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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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announced today that it has entered into an agreement to terminate its bare-boat charter for the Suezmax tanker Faultless (DWT 154,970, built 1992), after sale of the vessel from its owners to a third party.
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.
Allow two days by bare-boat charter from Seattle, assuming the weather across the sometimes treacherous Juan de Fuca Straits is fair.