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Under The Public Health (Ships) Regulations, what restrictions apply on boarding or leaving a ship after arrival at a UK port?
What are the advantages of registering under a flag of convenience?
What is the difference between grounding and stranding?
What general precautions should be taken against stowaways boarding in port?
In the Lloyd's Register class +100A1, what do the “+”,"100", "A" and "1" stand for?
What is a NAABSA berth or NAABSA port?
A new master joins a UK ship at an overseas port. The crew of non-UK officers and ratings are to join two days later. What should the master look for when they join, and what should be his priorities?
Why do some cargo ships have more than one set of load lines marked, i. e. multiple load lines?
What are the differences between "towage" and "salvage"?
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"Disponent owners" are sometimes mentioned in time charters. Who are they?
Can time charterers have a master and/or officers dismissed?
Can time charterers have the ship repainted in their own colours, and fly their own house flag, etc ?
Does a voyage charter commence on the day the agreement (i. e. fixture) was made?
How is a time charterer's interest in a common adventure determined?
How long may the hire period be under a time charter?
If time charterers hire a vessel for one voyage, why don't they use a voyage charter?
In a time charter, what dry cargo commodity restrictions are often imposed on time charterers?
In road transport terms, what is a time charter similar to?
In what circumstances might a liner company charter-in ships?
Is it permissible for time charterers to redeliver a vessel, e. g. a tanker, "dirty"?
Under a long time charter, how can owners ensure that they will not be penalised for drydocking the ship during the hire period?
Under a time charter, what kind of countries is a time charterer often prohibited from sending the chartered ship to?
Under a time charter, who would pay the crew's overtime when work had to be done preparing the ship for a particular cargo, e. g. washing down holds?
Under a voyage charter, which party is responsible for the ship's running costs (or vessel operating expenses) and voyage costs?
What are charterers' usual basic obligations under a voyage charter party?
What are the usual agency arrangements under a time charter?
What are the usual agency arrangements under voyage charters?
What are the usual agreements in a time charter concerning redelivery?
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