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CHAPTER 5 Loading and Discharging Ports, Places and Berths

Voyage Charters

CHAPTER 5 Loading and Discharging Ports, Places and Berths Loading and Discharging Ports, Places and Berths [clause 1 continued] The said vessel shall proceed to the loading port or place stated in box 10 or so near thereto as she may safely get and lie always afloat, … 8 9 10 … and being so loaded the vessel shall proceed to the discharging port or place stated in box 11 as ordered on signing Bills of Lading or so near thereto as she may safely get and lie always afloat … 15 16 17 18 [clause 1 is continued below] “Port or place” 5.1 The vast majority of voyage charter forms leave the choice of the location for loading and discharging to the parties, whether by the provision of a box to be filled in or a simple gap in the standard form. A binding fixture cannot come into existence unless these choices are made or machinery is specified for making them.

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