The port of discharge is normally named in the charter. But this is by no means always so. Where the charter gives the charterer the option of ordering the ship to various ports of discharge within a given range, as is often the case with contracts for the carriage of commodities, the risks of the voyage and the position of the parties may be materially altered according to the situation of the port to which the ship is actually ordered to proceed
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