There are legal differences between a cash charter and other types of charter arrangements, commonly known as travel or charter charters. During a trip or time charter, the charterer charters the vessel (or part of it) for a specified or specified period of time. In these charters, the charterer may direct where the vessel will go, but the ship`s owner retains possession of the vessel through his employment with the master and crew. On the other hand, in a boat or a cash charter, the owner hands over the owner`s possession of the vessel and the charterer hires his own captain and crew. The Bare-Boat-Charterer is sometimes called “owner available.” The abandonment of ownership of the vessel by the owner is the defining characteristic of a cash charter or shipwreck. A cash charter is indeed a financing agreement. It is generally considered a lease-sale agreement, particularly leasing, for accounting purposes, in accordance with both international accounting standards (IFRS 16) and U.S. accounting standards.  Cash rentals have become more common since the mid-1990s and particularly since the early 2000s. The demand for yacht holidays is increasing and many experienced and semi-experienced Yachties now consider it easier and cheaper to rent a boat in cash rather than owning a clean yacht. While both the international leisure travel industry (particularly outdoor holiday activities) and the boating industry have experienced a boom over the past decade, the bare-hull charter industry, which includes both activities, is also booming. Include a competent skipper if this is requested at the charterer`s expense, if it is available. The charterer may be declared late with this charter agreement, one of the following events occurs.
Instead, the people who rent the owner`s boat are responsible for maintaining this kind of thing. For a cash charter, on a motor yacht, two crew members, skippers and co-skippers, can obtain licenses for motor yachts. These licences are mandatory and cannot be replaced by self-reports. If we feel that their navigation is insufficient and regardless of their licences, we have the right to require charterers to hire a skipper. Under Greek law, the condition of a cash charter agreement is that two crew members have adequate training and experience to manage a yacht safe from the land. One of them should take responsibility as skipper and the other as a co-skipper. BIMCO has published a new edition of BARECON, the industry`s standard contract for cash chartering. We may require the skipper and co-skipper to submit a CURRICULUM VITA to assess their navigation. Regardless of their certification, we retain the right to require charterers to hire a skipper if we finish the latter, that their ability to navigate safely is insufficient. While bareboat technically refers to any boat that can be chartered without a skipper or crew, Bareboating typically refers to sailing yachts, including catamarans.