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TABLE C.- (Continued.). CARGO-CARRYING AWNING-DECK VESSELS.

TABLE OF RESERVE BU OYANCY AND FRFEHOARD FOR FIRST-CLASS SEA-GOING AWNING-DECK STEAM VESSELS, (In Salt Water.)

Percentage Reserve Buoyancy to Main Deck-- (Winter).

19-6

19'9 20'3

20'6

210 | 214 21'9 22'3 228 23:3 238 24'3

247 25'2

261

26.8 27'2

27*6

Corresponding Height of Freeboard Amidships (Winter), Measured from Top of Main Deck at Side.

Moulded Depth (to Main Deck) and Length.

ft. in. ft. in. st. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. st. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. 'ft. in. fr. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. st. in. ft. in.

24 6 25 0 25 6 26

o 26 6 27 o 27 6 28 o 28

6

30 0 30 6 31 0 31

632

33 33

6

34

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ft.

st. ft.

294 300 306 312

324 330

342 348 354 360 366

372 378 384 390 396 402

it. in.'ft in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. st. in. st. in. ft. in. ft. in ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in.

66

2 10 3 o 3 3 4.1 3 6 39 3 1.4 2

7 4 935

5 5 54 5 8 5 II 6 6 6 6 6

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3 94 4

5 4 7 4 10 5

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72

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5

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3 94 o 4 24

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8 4 10 5 15

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5 10 6 0 6 396 6

18

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3 1. 3

6 8 6 10 7

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5 5 5

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7

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A. Correction in inch for a change of 10 ft. in the length.

B. Deduction in inches for summer voyages.

The above reduction in freebcard for summer voyages from European and Mediterranean ports is to be made from April to Septemter, inclusive. In

other parts of the world i he reduced freeboard should be used during the correspording or recognised summer months. Double the above reduction to

be allowed for voyages in the fine season in the Indian Seas, between the limits of Suez and Singapore. An additional freeboard of two inches shall be

required for all vessels up to and including 330 feet in length when entering the North Atlantic, when sailing to, or from, the Mediterranean, or any

British or European port, and which may sail to or from, or call at, ports in British North America, or eastern ports in the United States, north or

Cape Hatteras, from October to March, inclusive.

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An additional freebcard of three inches is required for the North Atlantic trade, and is to apply to all vessels sailing to, or from, the Mediterranean
or any British or European port and wbich may sail 10, or from, or call at poris in British Nortb America, or easierr'jorts in the lonited States
north of Cape Hatteras, fom Octo'er to March, inclusive.

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TABLE D.- (Continued.)-SAILING VESSELS TABLE OF RESERVE BUOYANCY AND FREEBOARD FOR FIRST-CLASS SEA-GOING IRON AND Steel SAILING VESSELS AND COMPOSITE ANL WOOD

VESSELS OF THE HIGHEST Class. (In Salt Water.)

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of the Highest Class. (In Salt Water.)

Percentage Reserve Buoyancy. (Iron Vessels.)
29'3
29'5
29'7 29'9

1
30'1 30'3

30'5
Co-efficient of

307 Fineness.

Corresponding Height of Freeboard Amidships,

Measured from Top of Deck at Side.

Moulded depth and length.
ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in.
Com
23 6 24

24
o 25 6 26

o 26 6 27 Wood

Iron
posite
ft. ft. ft. ft.

ft. ft. ft. 235 240 245 250 255

260 265

270 ft. in. fl. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ft. in

64 4 98 4 11 5 1 5 33 5 5 5 7 5 4 511 64 *66 4 IO 5 C 5 5 4 5 6

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TABLE D.-(Continued.)-SAILING VESSELS. TABLE OF RESERVE BUOYANCY AND FFFEBOARD FOR First-CLASS SEA-GOING IRON AND STEEL SAILING VESSELS. (In Salt Water.)

Percentage Reserve Buoyancy.

Co-efficient of

Fineness,

309 312 314 319 320 323 326 33'0

Corresponding Height of Freeboard Amidships,
Measured from Top of Deck at Side.

Moulded Depth and Length.

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1'4

14 15 I'5 1'5 the lengih..

An additional freeboard of three inches is required for the North Atlantic trade, and is to apply to all vessels sailing to, or from, the Mediteranean, or any British or European port, and which may sail to, or from, or call at ports in British North America, or eastern ports in the United States, north of Cape Hatteras, from October to March, inclusive

MEMORANDUM

OF

Explanatory Notes on the Application of the Tables of Freeboard,

drawn up with a view to securing Unisormity of Practice on the part of those entrusted with the Assignment of Freeboard under

The Load Line Act of 1890, and amended December, 1898. Deck Line.-In the case of vessels with uncovered iron or steel decks, a width of gutter waterway is to be assumed, and the point so obiained levelled out to the vessel's side. In the case of vessels of 24 st. beam and under, the width of the waterway assumed should be 12 in., and in vessels of 42 ft. and above, 21 in. In vessels of between 24 and 42 st. beam the width of the gutter waterway is to be taken as half an inch for every foot in beam.

Where a wood deck maintains a uniform thickness to the sides of a vessel, the same method should be adopted.

In cases where an iron deck is partly covered with wood, the deck-line is to correspond with the top of the deck amidships, whether the deck at that part be of wood or of iron, and the necessary corrections should be made in accordance with sub-paragraph (6), page 68, as also the correction always required to the statutory deck-line.

Bridge-houses in Spar-decked Ships.-In a spar-decked ship, where an efficient bridge-house is fitted amidships, covering the engine and boiler openings, if it extends over at least two-fifths of the vessel's length and has scantlings equal to the requirements of Lloyd's Register for bridge-bouses, it is to be taken into consideration in estimating the strength of the vessel for freeboard.

The allowance on this account should not in any case exceed that given in the following table :--

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Tables of Freeboard. --Additional freeboard will be required in the case of vessels classed 90 A and 80 A, or in vessels of equivalent strength thereto in accordance with the following scale :

Length of vessel

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Wherever in these explanatory notes reference is made to classes of vessels of Lloyd's various types, it is to be understood that these apply equally to all other vessels of equivalent strength, whether

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