What details about the vessel will time charterers normally want to see in the charter party?

A Statement of General. Particulars including classification, dimensions, tonnages (GT, NT, dwt), constant weight, draughts, grain/bale cubic capacity of holds/tanks, dimensions, speeds (laden/in ballast), consumptions of fuel oil and diesel oil (laden/in ballast/in port working/idle), type of engines, fuel used, call sign, etc. For special ship types other specialist information will be required, e. g. lane and ramp details of a ro/ro ship.

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