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CHAPTER 48 Part I Description and Position of Vessel

Voyage Charters

CHAPTER 48 Part I Description and Position of Vessel PART I A. Description and Position of Vessel: Deadweight: tons (2,240 lbs.) Classed: Loaded draft of Vessel on assigned summer freeboard ft. in. in salt water. Capacity for cargo: tons (of 2,240 lbs. each) % more or less, Vessel’s option. Coated: □ Yes □ No   Coiled: □ Yes □ No Last two cargoes: Now: Expected Ready: Items of description generally 48.1 The effect of statements in the charter describing the ship, and the remedies of the charterer in the event that the statements are untrue, are discussed in Chapter 3 .

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