bareboat charter terms

bareboat charter terms
The Tonnage Tax Manual (paragraph 17143) provides, for the purposes of Schedule 22 to the Finance Act 2000, that a charter on bareboat charter terms means a hiring of a ship for a stipulated period on terms which give the charterer possession and control of the ship, including the right to appoint the master and crew.

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