The main page of Shipbuilding Employment Charter on a motorboat (sometimes by chartering by death or sinking of the charter, especially lawyers) (i) (i) is the lease for the agreed period during which charterers acquire the majority of the rights of the owners. (ii) May be considered the maritime equivalent of a long-term leasing of vehicles. (iii) is most often used on LE FORM charter BARECON 89. (iv) Is used by owners such as banks and financial institutions that are not willing to manage or manage the courts themselves. (v) often depends on a management agreement. (for example, if an oil company charters an oil tanker by the independent owner of the tanker, but agrees that the owners operate the vessel on behalf of the oil company during the charter period). (vi) may depend on the call option after the expiry of the charter or during the term of the lease. (Payment of rent may include measurements of the purchase price, and transfer of ownership may follow the final instalment The undersigned charterer hereby charters and leases; and St. Augustine Sailing Enterprises, Inc. (hereinafter “SAILING”), permits the charter of the yacht described below under the following conditions: (the “charter” or the party that leases the vessel as “Bareboat”) and the owner of the boat through its manager, Atlas Yachts / Sailcaribe Yacht Charters, a private management and sailing training company, hereinafter referred to as “Atlas Yachts / SYC”.