The owners ensure that the vessel meets all mandatory ballast water requirements at charter times and costs. Owners are liable for losses and/or damages (excluding consequential damages and/or damages) as well as all costs, fines, penalties and other claims, including, but not limited, legal costs arising from non-compliance with these provisions. If such an omission results in a delay, the vessel must be taken to the exclusion of the lease for each period lost, notwithstanding the provisions contrary to that party`s charter. 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. A. Storage is carried out at the Master`s discretion in a protected and safe location and the vessel can always, in the event of floating operations, engage in anchor or drift (b) (i) (i) Charterers provide owners and the master with their complete contact information and, upon request, all other information that owners need to comply with the ISPS/MTSA code. To the extent that a sublease is authorized by the provisions of this Charter Party, charterers ensure that the contact information of all sub-charterers is also made available to the owners and the Master. In addition, charterers ensure that all sub-charters they contract during the charter period include the following provision: Charterers may send supernumerars to the ship`s available accommodation on each charter trip. In this case, the owners make available provisions and all necessary provisions, as they are made available to public servants, with the exception of alcohol. Charterers pay the rate of 20 $US per day for each representative on board the vessel.
The charterer`s representative signs the owners` letter of compensation before boarding 1. The owners guarantee that the ship`s ballast air will not exceed 132 feet. If the trade limits under this Charter cover the United States of America or the territories controlled by the United States, any period lost in a port in the United States or the United States is the expectation of a usCG inspection and/or the issuance of a tanker inspection letter (“TVEL”) for the owners and the vessel for each period lost, except the lease, provided the vessel calls the United States in the last 12 months. All cargo transfers to or from transfer ships are made in accordance with the recommendations made in the latest edition of the ICS/OCIMF Ship to Ship Guide (Petroleum). The owners agreed that the vessel and its crew would comply with these recommendations, and the charterers agreed that the transfer vessel and its crew would comply with these recommendations. Charterers provide and pay for all necessary equipment, including appropriate wings and sheaths. Charterers have the right to designate, at their own expense, supervisory personnel who will be on board the vessel, including a mooring, to assist in this type of transfer.