351. Terms in the charterparty as to time.

The consequences of delay may be made more extensive by express terms in the charterparty, provided that it is clear from the language used that such is the intention of the parties1. Thus, there may be a term that the ship is to sail for the port of loading on or before a named date2. It is then made a condition of the contract that the ship is to sail3 from the port in which she is lying by the given date; if she fails to do so, the charterer is entitled to refuse to supply a cargo4, and,