Ship's Squat / Under Keel Clearances / Speed Loss at Restricted Waters & Static Condition from Dynamic Drafts / Tide Calculations

Is it always correct to expect trim by head/bow when a vessel is navigating in waters with considerable ship's squat?

As per Barrass detailed theory, this is not standard, if the ship is on even keel when static, the trimming effect depends on the ship type (fine / full form) and block coefficient (Cb) being considered. Kindly consider maximum squat at the bow occurs when the ships, mostly tankers, are on even keel when static or when they have trim by the bow when static.

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