Where alternative methods of delivery are available, as, for example, where the goods may either be landed on a wharf or be delivered into lighters, the charterer is, apart from contract or custom, entitled to select the method used1, it being irrelevant that some other option would be less expensive2 or more convenient3 to the shipowner4.
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