Time Charter Agreements

(e) the vessel must be able to maintain at least 33% of its summer performance on board at any time, as a load and/or ballast, in full immersion and in good seaworthiness. For example, if the vessel is immobilized by the CSP for certain reasons, the officer may not be very enthusiastic about evacuating the vessel as soon as possible, because in that case the vessel will be taken out of service and the agent`s employer (charterer) would lose nothing. If an original car letter is not available in any unloading port where the vessel may be ordered by charterers in accordance with this Charter, or if the charterers require the owners to deliver cargo to a portion or port other than that of the car letter, however, the owners unload this cargo in accordance with the instructions of the charterers, upon presentation of the recipient designated by the charterer (the recipient) of an appropriate identification to the master and taking into account the charterers who compensate the owners in the indemnification letters agreed by the International Group of Clubs P-I and published from time to time, which deal with the relevant circumstances. This compensation is deemed to be granted if the charterers give instructions to the owners in accordance with this clause. (a) in good conscience, the vessel is acceptable for chartering and/or terminal by the oil companies listed in Schedule A (part 1 marked „BP, ExxonMobil, Shell, Chevron and Total“) and maintains the validity of these authorizations for the duration of the charter period. The owners have the vessel inspected and accepted by the other oil companies listed in Schedule A (part 2 marked „Statoil, Conoco and Valero“ and then maintain the validity of these assumptions for the duration of the charter. A charterer can also be a cargo-free party, which takes a ship from the owner to the charter for a specified period and then acts to transport goods with a profit above the rental rate, or even make a profit in a rising market by refloating the ship to other charterers. iii) Until the vessel is safe next to it, it must keep a sufficient amount of clean ballast on board to ensure safe handling during its passage to the mooring. For clarity, if the owners/masters lead the ship to miss the first available convoy as soon as it arrives at the link area, the lost waiting time for the next convoy will be the owners` account.

(b) If the vessel`s cargo acceptance rate is less than the minimum rate indicated above or if its unpacking period exceeds the overtime time prescribed for the full loading of the vessel, this is a rental period and the charterers are entitled to recover, in deduction of rent, losses, damages, costs or expenses resulting from the owner`s non-loading. It is important that we understand our responsibility through each charter party. (b) Without prejudice to the rights or remedies available to charterers under this Charter or under existing legislation, charterers are permitted, in the event of a breach of the aforementioned undertaking, to evict the vessel from rent until the vessel is again compliant with the requirements of the ISM code and all losses, damages, expenses or delays resulting are on behalf of the owners. (a) the owners commit, before arrival at the loading port, to a lower value of: ???? ARE YOU ABSOLUTELY IN THE USE OF A PROFESSIONAL HACKER? (CATCHING A CHEATING SPOUSE[Phone Hack], RECOVERY OF LOST FUNDS, CREDIT SCORE UPGRADE, SITE WEB HACK…) Great productive and priviledge information rarely comes, as I share with you a wonderful insight that you wish you had years ago.