A conclusion of shipbrokers negotiations to charter.


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INDEXING FIXTURE

A fixture that changes position with regular steplike movements.

RADAR REFLECTOR

A special fixture fitted to a vessel or incorporated into the design of certain aids to navigation to enhance their ability to reflect radar energy. In general, these fixtures will materially improve the visibility for use by vessels with radar.

TIME ALONGSIDE

A subjective term usually referring to the time a vessel arrives in some position off the dock, pier, or terminal just before the first line is thrown. For further definition-contact Bryan Phillips. This time is not used in most post fixture calculations but may be required for specific regional trades.

CHARTERER'S AGENTS

In a charter party covering a fixture on an f.i.o. basis which implies that the loading and unloading expenses are for charterer's account, charterers appoint their agents to attend to ship's business.

FIXING LETTER

a document containing a summary of the principal condition of a charter party as soon as the negotiations about the chartering of a vessel have resulted in the fixture of a ship.

ATTIC TANK

An open tank which is installed above the highest plumbing fixture in a

BACK VENT

An individual vent for a plumbing fixture located on the downstream (sewer) side of a trap to protect the trap against siphonage.

BACK SIPHONAGE

The flowing back of used, contaminated, or polluted water from a plumbing fixture or vessel into the pipe which feeds it; caused by reduced pressure in the pipe.

CRANE HOOK

A hoisting fixture designed to engage a ring or link of a lifting chain, or the pin of a shackle or cable socket.

GUARD

A shield or other fixture designed to protect against injury.

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