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6.2.3 If the owner is able to charter the vessel for all or part of the charter period, the owner will credit the net amount of the charter rental resulting from the re-charter until the value of the remaining payment. The owner makes every reasonable effort to re-charter the vessel and will not unduly refuse his consent to re-charter, although it is possible to refuse charters that can reasonably be considered detrimental to the vessel, its reputation or its schedule. Charter is the document that is reviewed and interpreted by a court in the event of a dispute, but in practice most disputes are subject to arbitration. Among the most important clauses in each part of the charter are those that set the number of days allowed for loading or unloading and those that determine who should bear the associated costs. See also the bill of lading, account of. 6.3 If the vessel has taken over the Provisions of the Charter prior to the cancellation date or if the owner incurred other costs on behalf of the charterer, the charterer will reimburse these costs unless the supplier can be reimbursed in full or in part by the supplier or transferred to the next charter, in which case these fees will be adjusted accordingly. The owner is required to reduce these costs as much as possible. 5.5 The charterer may not charter or share a sub-charter or part with control of the vessel without the prior written consent of the owner. There are four main methods for chartering a tramp boat – charter, on-time charter, cash charter and “flat-rate contract.” Travel chartering is the most common. Under this method, a vessel is chartered for a one-shot voyage between specified ports with a cargo determined at a negotiated freight rate. On a timely charter, the charterer leases the vessel for a specified period of time, for a specified round trip or occasionally for a one-way trip indicated, the rental rate being expressed in the form of such a quantity per tonne of net weight per month. While on a travel charter, the owner bears all the costs of the trip (subject to the agreement on loading and unloading costs), the charterer currently bears the costs of the bunkers and shops consumed.

4.6 In the event of significant damage to the vessel during the charter period, which entitles the vessel to insurance, or in the event of a failure of equipment or machinery rendering the vessel unfit or unusable, either a pro-rata credit is granted for the period during which the vessel was not in a fishing or unusable state, or (if the charterer chooses it and the subsequent charter authorization) in which the vessel was insurmountable or unusable , or (if the charterer chooses it and is forced incapacity, provided that neither the charterer nor a member of its party has caused or contributed to the damage or breakdown, and the owner is not entitled to further compensation for damages or deviants in relation to consequential or financial damages or other means. , unless damage or failure is caused by the owner`s negligence and results in death or assault.