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  • Charter rates tumbled, and shipowners like Orient Overseas struggled to repay their debt.
  • Several doubt that charter rates will rise significantly for a number of years.
  • Blum, 29, remembers how surreal it felt, calling to inquire about charter rates.
  • Costs rose while charter rates declines, making it impossible to run with a profit.
  • Charter Rates : dlrs 125 for 90 minutes, dlrs 50 each additional 30 minutes.
  • After all, lose some bait and you can chalk it up to the charter rate.
  • A recent posting suggested a boink on a cruise ship, and even posted charter rates for sailing vessels.
  • J-Class Management's Web site said the charter rates do not include food, beverages, fuel, dockage and local taxes.
  • Note that charter rates are higher for overnight stays _ $ 55 for adults; $ 45 for children.
  • This was an unexpectedly large amount and fortunately the subsequent 1956 Suez Crisis resulted in charter rates increasingly substantially.
  • Charter rates are quoted case by case, and the company would not discuss prices for specific cargo like the tree.
  • Lloyd International's first two years of operations were unprofitable, mainly as a result of uneconomic charter rates caused by excess capacity.
  • A proposed corporate jet rule would require politicians to pay the comparable charter rate when they use executive planes for campaigning, Shays said.
  • Rather than pay the companies the comparable charter rate, candidates instead are allowed to pay what a coach-class airline ticket would have cost.
  • "Along with other commercial constraints, low charter rates and freight rates add to pressure for ship owners to cut costs, " the report said.
  • "This is based on the time charter rate of US $ 19, 000 per day per ship for the two container vessels, " he said.
  • "This is based on the time charter rate of US $ 19, 000 a day per ship for the two container vessels, " he said.
  • They feared that this would lead to significant market distortions, creating excess capacity and further depressing the already low charter rates in a highly competitive market.
  • The shipping market's general understanding was that liability was restricted to the difference between the market rate and the charter rate for the period of lateness and
  • The charter rates of $ 17, 500 a day or $ 70, 000 a week " are reasonable and can be obtained " according to the court papers.
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