"You'll pay me cash, of course," Captain Dove stipulated, as though he had been bargaining about a charter-party.
To charter a vessel is to take her to freight, under a charter-party.
The agreement for the letting to freight the whole or any part of a vessel for one or more voyages; the charter-party.
The "charter-party" with myself seemed to bind me, and so I sailed on.
The charter-party specified the salary of the captain, surgeon, and carpenter, and allowed 200 pieces of eight for victualling.
She had a long, but a safe passage, delivering the freight according to the charter-party, in good condition.
The charter-party which we give elsewhere was then signed, the rewards were higher than usual, and many modifications introduced.
At the date of the charter-party the vessel was not in Amsterdam, but she arrived there four days later.
My owners'll have to rank with the rest on their charter-party.
charter-party, chrt′ėr-pr′ti, n. the common written form in which the contract of affreightment is expressed—viz.