|Voyage To||Vessel Name||Tonnes||Rate||Rate Unit||Lay date||Charterer Name|
|Ara||W.Africa||King Douglas||60000||W88.5||Mar 16||Bp|
|Uk Continent||Mediternean||Torm Saone||33000||W102.5||Mar 18||St Shipping|
|Uk Continent||US Gulf||World Navigator||37000||W135||Mar 20||Global|
|Us Gulf||Mexico||Sti Fontvieille||38000||200000||lumpsum||Mar 14||Charterer Not Reported|
|Us Gulf||Mexico||Nave Pulsar||38000||210000||lumpsum||Mar 15||Charterer|
Tanker charterer reports market as clean and dirty fixtures. Clean fixtures indicate the clean oil products and the dirty fixtures include crude oil. Tanker fixtures are based on world scale index – Operating a particular tanker size in certain route.
The first row of the fixture explains that the vessel MV King Douglas is fixed for the Voyage from Ara to West Africa to carry 60000 Tonnes of cargo at the world scale rate 88.5 ( 88.5% of the rate in the world scale tanker fixtures in that route ) and the lay date is March 16 ( It commences from ) with the charterer BP ( British Petroleum ).
Lumpsum means the voyage charterer pays the lumpsum amount of money irrespective any other unit like per ton or world scale.