364. Goods forwarded.

Where, in the course of the voyage, the ship in which the goods are being carried is lost, but the goods are saved, the shipowner is entitled to forward them by some other means to their destination1, and thus earn the freight2. If, however, he does not do so within a reasonable time3, he is deemed to have abandoned the voyage, and the consignee is entitled to have them without paying any freight at all