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bareboat charterの例文

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  • In pleasure boating, the most frequent charter arrangement is the bareboat charter.
  • There is a subtype of time charter called the demise or bareboat charter.
  • Besides the ASA-sanctioned courses and bareboat charters, most clubs tend to hold racing programs.
  • The ship was acquired under a ten-year bareboat charter.
  • In 1918 the tanker was operating on bareboat charter on behalf of the U . S . Naval Reserve Force.
  • Bareboat charters involve a person renting a boat or cabin and skippering it themselves if they are renting the whole yacht.
  • On 6 November the Maritime Commission transferred her to the U . S . Army under bareboat charter for supply operations in the Pacific.
  • There are legal differences between a bareboat charter and other types of charter arrangements, commonly called " time " or " voyage " charters.
  • Those included large troop and cargo transport ships that were Army owned hulls, vessels allocated by the War Shipping Administration, bareboat charters and time charters.
  • A "'bareboat charter "'or "'demise charter "'is an arrangement for the rent the vessel from the owner are responsible for taking care of such things.
  • After a period of layup the ship was operated as "'USAT " Kingsport Victory " "'by the Army under bareboat charter effective 8 July 1948.
  • Outside special bulk cargo markets, ships are hired by three types of charter agreements : the voyage charter, the time charter, and the bareboat charter.
  • Originally named SS " Brigham Young ", she was laid down under a Navy under bareboat charter from the Maritime Commission on 8 April 1943.
  • In January 2009, " Norwegian Sky " was sold to Ample Avenue, a subsidiary of Genting Hong Kong, and chartered back to NCL on a bareboat charter.
  • From May 1981, she was on bareboat charter to the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company operating between Douglas and Heysham in rivalry to the Manx Line,.
  • Resolution 40 not only included operators of pleasure craft bound for or on the inland and coastal waters of foreign states but specifically included bareboat charter vessels.
  • Taken over on a bareboat charter on 27 January 1942, " Araner " was delivered to the US Navy at the section base at San Diego, California.
  • A "'shipowner "'is the owner of a merchant vessel ( commercial ship ) and is involved in the outsourced or relayed onto the shipper through bareboat charter.
  • On 13 Jul 42 VCNO asked BuShips to negotiate a bareboat charter agreement with the owner of the auxiliary steel schooner yacht PIONEER at $ 1.00 per year.
  • Under a bareboat charter by the United States Maritime Commission, " Agwileon " carried civilian technicians and advisors to Sierra Leone for the U . S . Army.
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