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Monday, August 17, 2015

A question from a reader..

DamayantiAugust 13, 2015 at 7:16 AM
  1. Hey! Can you tell me the implications of the clause
    "Laycan: Prompt"? Would prompt in this case mean that the ship HAS to be available at the start of the laytime or within reasonable period?
 
Prompt merely means 'now onwards'..........
 
In a negotiation you would ask for clarification (real laycan) from the charterer...
 
Cheers
VS

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