And so, each shipper has an agreement with the shipowner, called a «transportation contract.» There are different ways to rent the boat to a charterer. There can only be a handful of shipowners who do not rely on the charterer to find the cargo for their ship. The shipment is transported in accordance with the charter party agreement between «charterer`s name» and «airline name» of January 1, 2016….. Similarly, the charterer is not concerned about fuel consumption in the context of the travel charter. The cost of fuel goes to the shipowners. The travel guide contains information from the charter holiday contract that requires an intensification of the captain and subsequent acts. I have a question, how to calculate the cargo for a multiport trip. for example, there is a cargo cargo from the country (C) and must unload its half share at other ports (A) – (B). For individual port unloading, the cost is $8 in Port A and Port B 11, but the agent says he could fill that in $10 for both ports. Now I wonder how he charges $10 freight for several ports? Similarly, according to the travel charter, he is the shipowner who paid for the maintenance of the vessel. If the charterer takes longer than expected to load or unload the cargo in use, the shipowner must receive a pre-agreed compensation, called demerit. Normally, you would find a mention of the charter party agreement in the bill of lading. The wording in the bill of lading could be pretty much so.
Charter part, a contract by which the owner of a ship leases it to others to transport a cargo. The shipowner continues to control the navigation and management of the vessel, but its cargo capacity is exercised by the charterer. Under this clause, the ship`s owner makes it clear that the vessel would be fit to sail in all respects at the beginning of the voyage, i.e. the vessel would be fit to travel to the country for which it is caught.