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As we know from the course of the Naval Architecture, the Plimsoll line is a mark on a side shell of a ship indicating to what level the ship can legally be loaded to ensure safe sailing. It is clear that different ships have different levels at which they float, therefore the Plimsoll line will be different and depend on the type of ship or boat. The level the line is at will also change depending on the season as well as the type of water the vessel is sailing in.
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