Ok a interactive question for the readers..
One of my students is trying to get his head around the following problem
A charterer is asking the market for a ship basis 2 or 3 laden legs
the question is
Why does a charterer ask for 2/3 laden legs and why not just ask for short period?
I have a feeling that i am gonna have to explain this more....but please if you know the anser have a go!
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