Laydays. Sometimes this word may be used to refer to “laytime”, calculated in a number of “days”.


However, it is preferable to use “laytime” to mean the period allowed for the cargo to be loaded and/or discharged and for “laydays” to be used to refer to the earliest time when the charterer expects the vessel to be ready for loading and/or discharging.


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