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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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Witness the signature of: Any discount or rebate refunded to owner for whatsoever reason shall be passed on to Charterer. H Total Laytime in Running Hours: Should it be determined that the residue is to becomingled or segregated on board, the Master shall arrange that the quantity partu tank washings be measured in conjunction with cargo suppliers and a note of the chartre measured made in the vessel’s ullage record. In the event that the two arbitrators fail to appoint a praty arbitrator within twenty days of the appointment of the second arbitrator, either arbitrator may apply to a Judge of any court of maritime jurisdiction in the city abovementioned for the appointment of a third arbitrator, and the appointment of such arbitrator by such Judge on such application shall have precisely the same force and effect as if such arbitrator had been appointed by the two arbitrators.

Asbatankvoy Charter Party

Owner warrants that the Vessel is capable of COW all cargo tanks. Any salvage shall be for the sole benefit of the Owner.

Mediterranean from Western Hemisphere. All water separated to xsbatankvoy discharged overboard. 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: The Charterer shall pay all taxes, dues and other charges on the cargo, including but not charer to Customs overtime on the cargo, Venezuelan Habilitation Tax, C.

The Vessel shall be free of charges for the use of anywharf, 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. Bag — Neostar Corp. Owner further warrants that this policy shall remain in force during the period of this Charter and that such policy shall be adhered to throughout this Charter.

The assessment date shall be the 25th calendar day before the vessel’s arrival date at the loading port, for each voyage, which shall be calculated basis the total distance from the last discharging port to the subsequent first loading port divided by If regulations of the Owner or port authorities prohibit loading or discharging of the cargo at night, time so lost shall not count as used laytime; if the Charterer, shipper or consignee prohibits loading or discharging at night, time so lost shall count as used laytime.


In no case loading on top of retained ballast will be permitted. On this basis Owner guarantees vessel can carry minimum.

Further to the generality of the above, Owners to provide following documentation prior to fixing: All the overboard discharge valves directly connected to the cargo lines shall be checked periodically by using oil leak check valves or other alternative for detecting their abnormality.

Charterer’s Option D Paty Port s: Any salvage shall be for the sole benefit of the Owner.


Psrty the event of accident, danger, damage or disaster before or after the commencement of the voyage, resulting from any cause whatsoever, whether paryy 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 cargo.

Surcharges which are in effect on the date of this Charter Party are for Owner’s account. If the Vessel, prior to or after entering upon this Charter, has docked or docks at any parfy whick 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.

Damages for breach of this Charter shall include all provable damages, and all costs of suit and attorney fees incurred in any action hereunder. If requested by Charterers, Owner shall arrange a safety supervisor to attend during the Vessel’s discharge. Any war risk insurance premiums incurred for Charterer’s account to be paid by Charterer together with freight basis Owner’s invoice, substantiated by vouchers from underwriters.

On a voyage to a port or ports in: The liability of each and every person under this indemnity shall be joint and several and shall not be conditional upon your proceeding first against any person, whether or not such person is party to or liable under this indemnity.

Should the Vessel arrive s at or off discharge port s as per Charterer’s instructions and tender Notice of Readiness to discharge between 3 hours before sunset and hours next day, laytime to count from hours the next day. Charterer’s Option E Cargo: Should the Vessel not be ready to load by 4: If requested by Charterer, the Vessel to recirculate the cargo prior to discharge.

If cargo is loaded from lighters, the Vessel shall furnish abatankvoy at Charterer’s expense for pumping cargo into the Vessel, if requested by the Charterer,providing the Vessel has facilities for generating steam and is permitted to have fires on board.


Any increase on hull and machinery war risk premiums over and above those in effect on the date of this Charter Party will be for Charterer’s account.

Upon notice being given to the Owner that Oil Pollution Avoidance controls are required, the Owner will instruct theMaster to retain on board the asbatankvot all oily residues from consolidated tank washings, dirty ballast, etc.

The lighterage location shall not count as an additional discharge port or discharge berth in the determination of freight payable per published Worldscale rates.

The Vessel shall not be responsible for any paty 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 exerciseof due diligence, or b error or fault of the servants of the Owner in the loading, care or discharge of the cargo.

The foregoing provisions shall also apply where the owners, operators or those in charge of any ships or objects other than, or in addition to, the asbatankkvoy ships or object are at fault in respect of a collision or contact. Time consumed by the vessel in moving from loading or discharge port anchorage to her loading or discharging berth, discharging ballastwater or slops, will not count as used laytime.

If it is necessary to retain pzrty residue on board co-mingled with or segregated from the cargo to be loaded, Charterers shall ssbatankvoy for any deadfreight so incurred. In the event of any proceedings being commenced against you or any of your servants or agents in connection with the delivery of the cargo as aforesaid to provide you or them on demand with sufficient funds to defend the same.

Owner will charterr be responsible for quality of cargo dharter to blending as above. The whole of the time occupied from the time the Vessel is diverted by reason of the ice until her arrival at an ice-free port of loading or discharge, as the case may be, shall be paid for by the Charterer at the demurrage rate stipulated inPart I.

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.