Deadweight all told (DWAT) or the gross deadweight tonnage of a vessel expresses the quantity of goods that the vessel can load, including provisions, lubricant and fuels. It is also the difference between the loaded and empty tonnage displacement. When referring to deadweight tonnage or DWT, people usually mean DWAT.


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