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What does GT stand for?

GT stands for Gross Ton

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I can confirm she is Shaw Savill & Albion's flagship MV Dominion Monarch, 27,155 gross tons, at London Docks.
Meyer Werft is currently building Norwegian's two new 146,600 gross ton, 4,000-passenger Breakaway class vessels: Norwegian Breakaway, scheduled for delivery in late April 2013, and Norwegian Getaway, scheduled for delivery in mid-January 2014.
Currently under construction in Germany, Norwegian Breakaway will be 144,017 gross tons and is scheduled for delivery in April 2013.
Currently boaters on vessels smaller than 300 gross tons (272 gross tonnes), around 70 feet (21 meters), are largely free to move around unrestricted, while small aircraft traffic is closely monitored and controlled.
Only ships that are more than 200 gross tons would come under the regulation.
Sorlandet, measuring 210 feet and 577 gross tons, is the oldest operative full-rigged ship in the world and was launched in 1927 at a shipyard in Kristiansand.
Reported regional aggregated spot market prices per gross ton shown for each commodity are based on all Management Science Associates' (MSA) Raw Material Data Aggregation Service (RMDAS) participants' actual order data submitted to and processed by MSA as of the 20th of each respective "buy month," rounded to the whole integer.