Out of pocket expenses

Out of pocket expenses. The out of pocket expenses of a vessel in operation only cover the extra expenses which are incurred in comparison with a vessel lying idle in the home port. Wages, food, etc., as well as depreciation charges in full can be deducted from the running costs of the vessel in operation, in order to arrive at the out of pocket expenses.


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