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bareboat charter

[′ber‚bōt ‚chärd·ər]
(industrial engineering)
An agreement to charter a ship without its crew or stores; the fee for its use for a predetermined period of time is based on the price per ton of cargo handled.
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A Canadian, long licensed as a CPA in California and Florida, he's also a bare-boat certified sailor/yachtsman and "serious student of the universe" with strong interests in Eastern thought, mythology, social justice, politics and fine red wine--not necessarily in that order.
These contracts are representative across time and bare-boat charter arrangements with contracts secured with new clients, contracts being renewed as well as option extensions being exercised with existing clients who have established relationships and have been working in tandem with the Group.
Throughout the islands there are unparalleled opportunities for sailing on bare-boat or skippered yacht, deep-sea and fly-fishing as well as a broad diversity of dive experiences for the novice and experienced diver alike.
According to the cooperation agreement, Vnesheconombank will consider financing the construction of two LNG tankers, and Sovcomflot confirms its interest in operation of these tankers as a bare-boat charterer and a technical manager.
According to a press release of the Romanian Naval Authority (ANR), remitted to Agerpres, Hispania' port container of 20,976 tdw under German flag was registered at the Romanian pavilion, at the request of a Romanian company which signed a bare-boat contract on a two-year period with a foreign legal person of a EU member state.
Most charter companies require the skipper of a bare-boat charter to demonstrate competence in handling an expensive piece of equipment like a modern sailboat.
To bare-boat a 32-foot sailboat that sleeps about four can cost from $210-$375 daily depending on the season.
Allow two days by bare-boat charter from Seattle, assuming the weather across the sometimes treacherous Juan de Fuca Straits is fair.