CARGOES EXCLUDED — VAPOR PRESSURE.





(a) Cargo shall not be shipped which has a vapor pressure at one hundred degrees Fahrenheit (100°F) in excess of thirteen and one-half pounds (13.5 lbs.) as determined by the current A.S.T.M. Method (Reid) D-323.

(b) FLASH POINT. Cargo having a flash point under one hundred and fifteen degrees Fahrenheit (115°F) (closed cup) A.S.T.M. Method D-56 shall not be loaded from lighters but this clause shall not restrict the Charterer from loading or topping off crude oil from vessels or barges inside or outside the bar at any port or place where bar conditions exist.

15. ICE. In case port of loading or discharge should be inaccessible owing to ice, the Vessel shall direct her course according to Master's judgment, notifying by telegraph or radio if available, the Charterer, shipper or consignee, who is bound to telegraph or radio orders for another port, which is free from ice and where there are facilities for the loading or reception of the cargo in bulk. In this event, freight shall be paid at the rate applicable under this Charter to such alternate loading or discharge port and any extra expenses incurred as a result of such change shall be paid for by Charterer and any time thereby lost to the Vessel proceeding to such alternate loading or discharge port versus proceeding there direct shall count as used lay time.

16. GENERAL CARGO. Subject to Owner's/Master's approval, Charterer has the option of shipping, in available dry cargo space, packed products and/or general cargo. Freight shall be payable at the bulk oil rate and Charterer shall pay in addition all expenses incurred solely as a result of the packed cargo being carried. Delay incurred, as a result of exercising such option, shall count as used laytime.

17. (a)QUARANTINE. Should the Charterer send the Vessel to any port or place where a quarantine exists, any delay thereby caused to the Vessel shall count as used laytime, but should the quarantine not be declared until the Vessel is on passage to such port, the Charterer shall not be liable for any resulting delay.

(b) FUMIGATION. If the Vessel, prior to or after entering upon this Charter, has docked or docks at any wharf which is not rat-free or stegomyia-free, she shall, before proceeding to a rat-free or stegomyia-free wharf, be fumigated by the Owner at his expense, except that if the Charterer ordered the Vessel to an infected wharf the Charterer shall bear the expense of fumigation.

 

18. CLEANING. The Owner shall clean the tanks, pipes and pumps of the Vessel to the satisfaction of the Charterer's Inspector. 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.

 

19. GENERAL EXCEPTIONS CLAUSE. The Vessel, her Master and Owner shall not, unless otherwise in this Charter expressly provided, be responsible for any loss or damage, or delay or failure in performing hereunder, arising or resulting from: — any act, neglect, default or barratry of the Master, pilots, mariners or other servants of the Owner in the navigation of management of the Vessel;, fire, unless caused by the personal design or neglect of the Owner; collision, stranding, or peril, danger or accident of the sea or other navigable waters; saving or attempting to save life or property; wastage im weight or bulk, or any other loss or damage arising from inherent defect, quality or vice of the cargo; any act or omission of the Charterer or Owner, shipper or consignee of the cargo, their agents or representatives; insufficiency of packing; insufficiency or inadequacy of marks; explosion, bursting of boilers, breakage of shafts, or any latent defect in hull, equipment or machinery; unseaworthiness of the Vessel unless caused by want of due diligence on the part of the Owner to make the Vessel seaworthy or to have her properly manned, equipped and supplied; or from any other cause of whatsoever kind arising without the actual fault or privity of the Owner. And neither the Vessel, nor Master or Owner, nor the Charterer, shall, unless otherwise in this Charter expressly provided, be responsible for any loss or damage or delay or failure in performing hereunder, arising or resulting from: — Act of God; act of war; perils of the seas; act of public enemies, pirates or assailing thieves; arrest or restraint of princes, rulers or people; or seizure under legal process provided bond is promptly furnished to release the Vessel or cargo; strike or lockout or stoppage or restraint of labor from whatever cause, either partial or general; or riot or civil commotion.

 

20. BILLS OF LADING. Bills of Lading, in the form appearing below for cargo shipped shall be signed by the Master as requested. Any Bill of Lading signed by the Master or agent of the Owner shall be without prejudice to the terms, conditions and exceptions of this Charter.

 

21. NEW JASON CLAUSE. 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 carrier is not responsible, by statute, contract or otherwise, the goods, shippers, consignees or owners of the goods shall contribute with the carrier in general average to the payment of any sacriflces, losses or expenses of a general average nature that may be made or incurred and shall pay salvage and special charges incurred in respect of the goods.

If a salving ship is owned or operated by the carrier, salvage shall be paid for as fully as if the said salving ship or ships belonged to strangers. Such deposit as the carrier or his agents may deem sufficient to cover the estimated contribution of the goods and any salvage and special charges thereon shall, if required, be made by the goods, shippers, consignees or owners of the goods to the carrier before delivery. In lieu of said deposit, Charterer has the option to give and Owner will accept written guarantee of Charterer to cover any contribution of the goods and any salvage and special charges thereon as may be required to be made by the goods, shippers, consignees or owners of the goods.

 

22. GENERAL AVERAGE. This Charter, its performance and enforcement shall be construed and governed by the laws of the United States or England, whichever country is specified in the Preamble of this Charter, except in cases of general average, which shall be settled according to York-Antwerp Rules 1950, Rule 22 excluded, and as to matters not therein provided for according to the usages and customs of the port of New York or London, whichever place is specified in the Preamble of this Charter.

If a general average statement is required, it shall be prepared at New York or London whichever place is specified in the Preamble, by adjusters appointed by the Charterer subject 10 approval of Owner, who shall attend to the settlement and collection of the general average subject to customary charges.

 

23. DEVIATION CLAUSE. The Vessel shall have liberty to call at any ports in any order, to sail with or without pilots, to tow or to be towed, to go to the assistance of vessels in distress, to deviate for the purpose of saving life or property or of landing any ill or injured person on board, and to call for fuel at any port or ports in or out of the regular course of the voyage Any salvage shall be for the sole benefit of the Owner.

 

24. SUBLET. The Charterer shall have the option of subletting the Vessel or assigning this Charter to any individual or company, but the Charterer shall always remain responsible for the due fulfillment of this Charter in all its terms and conditions. In the event of hostilities, the sublet privilege shall be limited to neutrals.

 

25. LIEN. The Owner shall have an absolute lien on the cargo for all freight, dead-freight, 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 storage man.

 

26. AGENTS. The Owner shall appoint Vessel's agents at all loading and discharging ports, Vessel to pay customary fees.

 

27. ARBINRATION. Any dispute arising under this Charter shall be settled by arbitration in New York or London whichever place is specified in the Preamble of this Charter. The party requesting arbitration shall serve upon the other party a written demand for arbitration with the name and address of the arbitrator appointed by it, and such other party shall within twenty (20) days thereafter appoint an arbitrator, and the two arbitrators so named, if they cannot agree, shall appoint a third, and the decision or award of any two shall be final and binding upon the parties. Should the party upon whom the demand for arbitration is served fail or refuse to appoint an arbitrator within twenty (20) days, the single arbitrator shall have the right to decide alone, and his decision or award shall be final and binding upon the parties. The arbitrators shall have the discretion to impose the cost of the arbitration upon the losing parry, or divide it between the parties on any terms which may appear just. Any decision or award rendered hereunder may be made and entered as a rule or judgment of Court.

28. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. Any provision of this Charter to the contrary notwithstanding the Owner shall have the benefit of all limitations of, and exemptions from, liability accorded to the Owner or Chartered Owner of vessels by any statute or rule of law for the time being in force.

 

 

Судно – гарантия - рейс.

Без изменений. Согласно данной статье фрахтователь должен проинструктировать судовладельца о свойствах груза и условиях его перевозки, если же это сделано не будет, то в случае порчи корпуса судна или отдельных элементов его конструкции , либо при нанесении вреда здоровью членам экипажа фрахтователь обязан оплатить судовладельцу за это по безналичному расчёту денежное взыскание в размере одной трети суммы фрахта, что в таком случае будет коммерчески выгодно судовладельцу.

 

2. а) Фрахт.

Изменена.Коммерчески целесообразным в данной статье является тот факт, что фрахтовая ставка заранее оговорена при подписании данного чартера. Но у фрахтователей есть всего 3 банковских дня, чтоб оплатить фрахт. Фрахтователь обязуется оплатить фрахт ДО начала выгрузки по безналичному расчёту (в долларах).

б) Авансы. Изменена.В данную статью вношу изменение, по которому какие-либо авансы, предусмотренные данным соглашением сторон, оплачиваются ТОЛЬКО по безналичному расчёту (в долларах).

 

Мёртвый фрахт.

Без изменений. Коммерчески целесообразным для судовладельца является тот факт, что мёртвый фрахт должен платиться по норме, определённой частично на основе различия между количеством перевозимого груза и количеством, которое Судно несло бы, если загружено под минимально допустимый надводный борт для совершения данного рейса.

 





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