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Charterers criticised for ‘no crew change’ clauses

Employers end up having to decide “whether to die doing the right thing or survive by bending to the will of the charterers,” the International Maritime Employers’ Council says

Charterers are said to be using ‘no crew change’ clauses in charterparties to avoid taking on the added costs of repatriating seafarers. IMEC says this lets unscrupulous operators undermine efforts to solve the crisis

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