noun Date: circa 1949 a boat chartered without its crew

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  • bareboat — [barebōt΄] n. a pleasure boat, esp. a yacht, with no personnel, rented to someone who will provide a captain and a crew …   English World dictionary

  • bareboat — bareboating, n. /bair boht /, adj. providing a boat only, exclusive of crew, stores, fuel, and the like: a bareboat charter. [Amer.; BARE1 + BOAT] * * * …   Universalium

  • bareboat — bare•boat [[t]ˈbɛərˌboʊt[/t]] adj. cvb naut. navig. providing a boat only, exclusive of crew, stores, fuel, and the like: a bareboat charter[/ex] • Etymology: 1955–60, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • bareboat — adjective Being or pertaining to a charter for the hire of a boat without any crew or provisions included …   Wiktionary

  • bareboat — adj. responsibility resting on the renter of a boat …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bareboat — adjective (of a boat or ship) hired without a crew …   English new terms dictionary

  • bareboat — noun a vessel (such as a yacht) that can be chartered without a captain or crew or provisions • Hypernyms: ↑vessel, ↑watercraft …   Useful english dictionary

  • bareboat charter — ➔ charter2 * * * bareboat charter UK US noun [C] (UK ► the renting of a boat, ship, or aircraft without including fuel, people to work on it, etc.: »Escape winter and experience a sailing vacation with a bareboat charter from our fleet …   Financial and business terms

  • bareboat charter terms — The Tonnage Tax Manual (paragraph 17143) provides, for the purposes of Schedule 22 to the Finance Act 2000, that a charter on bareboat charter terms means a hiring of a ship for a stipulated period on terms which give the charterer possession and …   Law dictionary

  • bareboat charter — bare·boat charter / bar ˌbōt / n: demise (3) Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary