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    JACEK1 is offline Key Member
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    Trading waters WW

    Hello.

    What does "Trading waters: WW" mean? Is it something to do with oceans or seas across which ships sail? What does WW stand for?

    It is still the same paint speciffication that was mentioned in my first thread tonight. It refers to the boot top/wind and water strake (on a ship).
    The antifouling specifications is calculated based on the following parametres:
    Drydocking interval: ? months, Speed: ? knots, Activity: ?%, Trading waters: WW
    Thank you.

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    andrewg927 is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Trading waters WW

    What is the source of this? It's not a common word. WW usually refers to World War.

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