What is roll period of a ship and on what factors does it depends ?
Roll period is how quickly a vessel return to upright position while rolling. So it is the time a ship takes from upright position to going to a particular angle on port side and then going to a angle on starboard side and then again returning back to upright position (zero list position) during natural rolling.
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