A cash charter or shipwreck charter is an agreement for the lease of a vessel that does not include technical management or maintenance under the agreement. The charterer receives full possession and control of the ship, as well as the legal and financial responsibility of the ship. The charterer pays for all operating costs, including fuel, crew, port costs, and P-I and Hull insurance. In the case of commercial chartering, the charter period can take many years; and may end with the acquisition of ownership of the vessel. In this case, a shipwreck charter is a form of rental-sale by the owners who could have been the shipbuilders. Demise chartering is common among tankers and bulk carriers. Types of charter There are three basic types of boat chartering: travel charter, on-time chartering and cash chartering. In any event, the contract between the shipper (or charterer) and the shipowner is referred to as a „charter party.“ What some future naval insurance officials may not know is that when a customer does not use a common carrier, but instead accepts a charter agreement with a shipowner, the customer generally accepts a number of subtle and sometimes misunderstood liability positions that are not covered by the open freight directive. The appropriate insurance treatment for these additional exposures is a lesser known type of marine freight insurance, called charter liability insurance. The charterer`s liability insurance coverage coverage may vary depending on the type of charter and the additional inclusions or exclusions agreed before the purchase of the insurance. A charter contract is a contract akin to a travel charter, but the shipowner undertakes to carry a certain number of cargoes on a given line within a specified time frame. The agreed frequency of loading may require more than one vessel. Charter liability insurance is a kind of insurance designed to protect shipping companies from certain risks or obligations.
 This may include fines and violations of the law, damage to cargo or ship, and personal injury, including and to death. Loss of liability of charterers Losses of liability for a timely trip or charter are primarily the result of charter conditions. Insurers often use a metre on board to conduct „on-hire and speedboat“ inspections of the chartered vessel. These inspections describe all the damage that is present when a vessel is leased and leased. These inspections are designed to separate existing damage from damage sustained during the period to be covered. With regard to shipping and chartering, it refers to the practice of shipowners using their vessels. The contract signed by the owner and the charterer is referred to as the charter party.