10% of the %22150 GT and above%22 ships in the Turkish Maritime Fleet are %22Dry Cargo%22 ships.
The share of “Dry Cargo” vessels among “150 GT and above” vessels in the Turkish Maritime Fleet for 2020 is 10.47%. This rate was 15.94% in 2016.
In the period of 2016-2020, the number of especially %22load-purpose%22 ships in the Turkish Maritime Fleet and their share in the total fleet are decreasing.
For other data that may be related to this data, you can refer to the 150 GT and Over Ships by Ship Types in the Turkish Maritime Fleet .
Source : General Directorate of Maritime Affairs-Department of Maritime Trade Development, Fleet Statistics , DWT and Number Development of Turkish Maritime Fleet by Ship Types (150GT and Over Ships), 2016-2020
For detailed information about ship types, you can refer to https://armatorlerbirligi.org.tr/gemi-tipleri .
Gros Tons (GRT / GT): It is the volume in cubic meters below the main deck and the enclosed spaces above the main deck. For detailed information, see https://armatorlerbirligi.org.tr/hacim-ve-agirliklar .
In its total number, %22Passenger Ships%22, %22Ferry (Passenger-Car-Dry Cargo)%22, %22City Lines Sea Bus – Passenger Only%22, %22City Lines Sea Bus-Passenger/Vehicle%22, %22Passenger Engines%22, %22Recreational Passenger%22 Ships – Passenger Only”, “Recreational Passenger Ships-Passenger / Vehicle”, “Fishing Vessels”, “Tugboat”, “Service Ships”, “Scientific Research Vessels”, “Sea Vehicles”, “Floating Dock / Crane”, “ Commercial Yacht”, “Private Yacht” are included.