For the purpose of this part, the following terms mean:
Capital equipment. Equipment or other property which may be depreciated for income tax purposes.
Depreciated replacement costs. The present replacement cost of capital equipment after being depreciated on a straight line basis over the equipment's depreciable life, which is standardized at ten years.
Downtime. The time a vessel normally would be in port or transiting to and from the fishing grounds.
Expendable items. Any property, excluding that which may be depreciated for income tax purposes, which is maintained in inventory or expensed for tax purposes.
Fund. The Fishermen's Guaranty Fund established in the U.S. Treasury under section 7(c) of the Act (22 U.S.C. 1977(c) ).
Market value. The price property would command in a market, at the time of property loss, assuming a seller willing to sell and buyer willing to buy.
Other direct charge. Any levy which is imposed in addition to, or in lieu of any fine, license fee, registration fee, or other charge.
Owner. The owner or charterer of a commercial fishing vessel.
Secretary. The Secretary of State or the designee of the Secretary of State.
Seizure. Arrest of a fishing vessel by a foreign country for allegedly illegal fishing.
U.S. fishing vessel. Any private vessel documented or certified under the laws of the United States as a commercial fishing vessel.