E. Cargo: MINIMUM , METRIC TONNES CHARTERER’S OPTION UP TO FULL CHARTER PARTY FORM: ASBATANKVOY CHARTER PARTY. 5. Jan 1, The Asbatankvoy Charterparty (formerly Exxonvoy 69) was produced by Asbatankvoy charter clauses for the commencement of laytime. ASBATANKVOY. TANKER VOYAGE CHARTER PARTY. PREAMBLE. Place. Date. IT IS THIS DAY AGREED between Messrs. chartered owners/ owner.
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Asbatankvoy Charter Party
The Owner shall have an absolute lien on the cargo for all freight, deadfreight, demurrage and costs, including attorney fees, of recovering the same, which lien shall continue after delivery of the cargo into the possession of the Charterer, or of the holders of any Bills of Lading covering the same or of any storageman.
Such deposit as the Owner or his agents may deem sufficient to cover the estimated contribution of the cargo and any salvage and special charges thereon shall, if required, be made by the cargo, shippers, consignees or owners of the cargo to the carrier before delivery.
Such program prohibits discharge overboard of all oily water, oily ballast or oil in any form of apersistent nature, except under extreme circumstances whereby safety of the vessel, cargo or life at sea would be imperiled.
Bills of Lading of this tenor and date, one of which being accomplished, the others will be void. If in respect of a port of discharge no orders be received from the Charterers within 48 hours after they or their agents have received from the Owners a request for the nomination of a substitute port, the Owners shall then be at liberty to discharge the cargo at any safe port which they or the Master may in their or his discretion decide on whether within the range of discharging ports established under the provisions of the Charter Party or not and such discharge shall be deemed to be due fulfillment of the contract or contracts of affreightment so far as cargo so discharged is concerned.
In the latter event the Owners shall have a lien on the cargo for all such extra expenses.
The oil residues will be pumped ashore at the loadingor discharging terminals, either as segregated oil, dirty ballast orcomingled with cargo as it is possible for Charterer’s to arrange. The Vessel shall not be responsible for any admixture if more than one quality of oil is shipped, nor for leakage, contamination or deterioration in quality of the cargo unless the admixture, leakage, contamination or deterioration results from a unseaworthiness existing at the time of loading or at the inception of the voyage which was discoverable by the exercise of due diligence, or b error or fault of the servants of the Owner in the loading, care or discharge of the cargo.
Should the Vessel not be ready to load by 4: July 1 This operation to be carried out at Charterer’s expense and with time counting against laytime or demurrage, if on demurrage. Ship’s figures in metric tonnes and barrels. Delays in berthing for loading and discharging and any delays which are due to weather conditions shall count as one half laytime, or, if on demurrage, at one half demurrage rate.
Loaded draft of Vessel on assigned summer freeboard ft in. If Vessel fails to perform as above, used pumping time in excess of 24 hours will not count as used laytime or time on demurrage, if on demurrage. Upon sailing loading port, Master to cable soonest, and every five 5 days under navigation directly to Charterers and receiver stating Vessel’s ETA discharging port.
Changes in ETA of more than 12 hours and more than 2 hours last 2 days prior arrival to be advised without delay.
Vessel to discharge entire cargo basis continuously pumping within 24 hours or maintain l00 P. The vessel absatankvoy load and discharge at any asbxtankvoy place or wharf, or alongside vessels or lighters reachable on her arrival, which shall be designated and procured by the Charterer, provided the Vessel can proceed thereto, lie at, and depart therefrom always safely afloat, any lighterage chartre at the expense, risk and peril of the Charterer.
In the latter event the Owners shall have ccharter on the cargo for all such extra expenses. Any premiums and increase thereto attributable to closure insurance i. Cancelling or the election not to cancel shall be entirely without prejudice to any claim for damages Charterer may have for Vessel not being ready to load by the cancelling date specified in Part I B.
Under clause 6 of the Asbatankvoy charter form, upon arrival at. Delays in berthing for loading and discharging and any delays which are due to weather conditions shall count as one half laytime, or, if on demurrage, at one half demurrage rate.
ASBATANKVOY CHARTER PARTY FORM PDF
Owner’s supervisor shall attend the safety meeting prior to parry discharge and assist and coordinate with the Master and harbour Master regarding safety and oil spill prevention. The Vessel to clean tanks, pipes, lines and pumps to Charterer’s inspectors’ entire satisfaction.
Bag – Neostar Corp. The following items are prohibited while the vessel dharter lying at discharging berth. However, Charterer shall always remain responsible for the fulfillment of this Charter in all its terms and conditions.
Such additional premiums and expenses that are for Charterer’s account are payable by charterers together with freight against owner’s’ invoice supported by appropriate documents.
Asbatankvoy Charter Party – [DOC Document]
In the event of accident, danger, damage or disaster before or after the commencement of the voyage, resulting from any cause whatsoever, whether due to negligence or not, for which, or for the consequence of which, the Owner is not responsible, by statute, contract or otherwise, the cargo shippers, consignees or Owners of the cargo shall contribute with the Owner Its General Average to the payment of any sacrifices, losses or expenses of a General Average nature that may be made of incurred and shall pay salvage and special charges incurred in respect of the asbatanivoy.
If by reason of or in compliance with any such direction or recommendation the Vessel does not proceed to the port or ports of discharge originally designated or to which she pagty have been ordered pursuant to the terms of the Bills of Lading, aasbatankvoy Vessel may proceed to any safe port of discharge which the Master or Owners in his or their discretion may decide on and there discharge the cargo.
C Loading Port s: Medias this blog was made to help people to easily download or read PDF files. Charterer shall have chharter right to sublet the Vessel.
Such Adjuster shall attend to the settlement and the collection of the General Average, subject to customary charges. Time consumed on account of shifting shall count as used laytime except as otherwise provided in Clause The current ISPS code security level: The Master shall not be required to sign Bills of Lading for any port which, the Vessel cannot enter, remain asbatanjvoy and leave insafety and always afloat nor for any blockaded port. Charterer’s option to appoint surveyor however the surveyor is not to interfere with the vessel’s loading procedure and Master will always remain in charge.
Our comments can be found below:. Should the Vessel with Charterer’s sanction have commenced loading prior to the commencement of laydays, then the time from all fast to hours on the first layday shall be credited against laytime or drifting time or demurrage if Vessel on demurrage.
The Charterer shall also pay all taxes on freight at loading or discharging ports and any unusual taxes, assessments and governmental charges which are not presently in effect but which may be imposed in the future on the Vessel or freight.
Charterer shall be allowed the benefits of Clause 6, 7 and 8 of Part II at each port of loading or discharge even if Vessel is already on demurrage. In that event, however, deadfreight shall be paid at the rate specified in Part I hereof on the difference between the intake quantity and the quantity the Vessel would have carried If loaded to her minimum permissible freeboard for the voyage.