NAMING LOADING AND DISCHARGE PORTS.
(a) The Charterer shall name the loading port or ports at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the Vessel's readiness to sail from the last previous port of discharge, or from bunkering port for the voyage, or upon signing this Charter if the Vessel has already sailed. However, Charterer shall have the option of ordering the Vessel to the following destinations for wireless orders:
On a voyage to a port or ports in:
PORT SAID Eastern Mediterranean or Arabian Gulf (from ports west of Port Said).
(b) Charterer shall have the option of ordering the Vessel to the following destinations for wireless orders:
On a voyage to a port or ports in:
SUEZ Mediterranean (from Arabian Gulf)
GIBRALTAR Mediterranean (from Western Hemisphere).
If Charterer exercises the option indicated in 4(a) or 4(b), they undertake to nominate actual loading or discharge port(s) in sufficient time to avoid delay to the Vessel.
(с) If, after loading or discharging ports have been nominated, Charterer desires to vary such ports, Owner agrees to issue such revised instructions as are necessary to give effect to Charterer's revised orders and Charterer agrees to reimburse the Owner for any extra expenses incurred as a result of any change in loading of discharge ports. Any time thereby lost to the Vessel shall count as used lay time.
5. ETA. A wireless message is to be sent by the Master to the shippers at loading port forty-eight (48) hours before Vessel's arrival stating expected date and hour of arrival at loading port, failing which Charterer to be allowed an additional twenty-four (24) hours under Clause H, Part I.
6. LAYDAYS. Lay time shall not comment before the date stipulated in Part I, except with the Charterer's sanction. Should the Vessel not be ready to load by 4:00 o'clock P.M. (local time) on the cancelling date stipulated in Part I, the Charterer shall have the option of cancelling this Charter by giving Owner notice of such cancellation within twenty-four (24) hours after such cancellation date; otherwise this Charier to remain in full force and effect.
7. NOTICE OF READINESS. Upon arrival at customary anchorage at each port of Loading or discharge, the Master of his agent shall give the Charterer or his agent notice by letter, telegraph, wireless or telephone that the Vessel is ready to load or discharge cargo, berth or no berth, and lay time, as hereinafter provided, shall commence upon the expiration of six (6) hours after receipt of such notice, or upon the Vessel's arrival in berth (i.e., finished mooring when at a sea loading or discharging terminal and all fast when loading or discharging alongside a wharf), whichever first occurs.
8. DEMURRAGE. Charterer shall pay demurrage per running hour and pro-rata for a part thereof at the rate specified in Part I for all time that loading and discharging and used lay time as elsewhere herein provided exceeds the allowed lay time elsewhere herein specified. If, however, demurrage shall be incurred at ports of loading and/or discharge by reason of fire, explosion, storm, or by strike, picketing, lockout, stoppage or restraint of labor or other labor difficulties or disturbances, or by breakdown of machinery or equipment in or about the plant of Charterer, supplier, shipper or consignee of the cargo, the rate of demurrage shall be reduced one-half of the amount stated in Part I per running hour or pro-rata for part of an hour for demurrage so incurred.
9. SAFE BERTH-SHIFTING. The Vessel shall load and discharge at any safe 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 there from always safely afloat, any lighter age being at the expense, risk and peril of the Charterer.
10. PUMPING IN AND OUT. The cargo shall be pumped into the Vessel at the expense, risk and peril of the Charterer, and shall be pumped out of the Vessel at the expense of the Vessel, but at the risk, and peril of the Vessel only so far as the Vessel's permanent hose connections where delivery of the cargo shall be taken by the Charterer or its consignee. If required by Charterer, Vessel after discharging is to clear shore pipe lines of cargo by pumping water through them and time consumed for this purpose shall apply against allowed laytime. The Vessel shall supply her pumps and the necessary power for discharging in all ports, as well as necessary hands. However should the Vessel be prevented from supplying such power by reason of regulations prohibiting fires on board, the Charterer or consignee shall supply, at its expense, all power necessary for discharging as well as loading, but the Owner shall pay for power supplied to the Vessel for other porposes
11. HOSES: MOORING AT SEA TERMINALS. Hoses for loading and discharging shall be furnished by the Charterer and shall be connected and disconnected by the Charterer, or, at the option of the Owner, by the Owner at the Charterer's risk and expense.
12. DUES—WHARFAGE—TAXES. Dues and other charges on the cargo shall be paid by Charterer and dues and other charges on the Vessel (whether or not such dues or charges are based on the quantity of cargo loaded or discharged) shall be paid by the Owner. Any taxes on freight at loading and discharging ports are to be borne by Charterer. The Vessel shall be free of charges for the use of any wharf, dock, place or mooring facility arranged by the Charterer for the purpose of loading or discharging cargo; however the Owner shall be responsible for charges for such berth when used solely for Vessel's purposes, such as awaiting Owner's orders, tank cleaning, repairs, etc., before, during or after loading or discharging.
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