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The Charterer agrees not to do, or suffer or permit to be done, anything which can or may injuriously affect the registration or enrollment of the Vessel, or its qualification to be documented, under the laws and regulations of the United States, or which may cause such documentation or qualification to be forfeited or canceled.
No express or implied waiver by the Owner of any Default or Event of Default shall in any way be, or be construed to be, a waiver of any further or subsequent Default or Event of Default. Failure by the Charterers to pay hire within the number of days stated in Box 34 of their receiving the Owners notice as provided herein, shall entitle the Owners to withdraw the Vessel from the service of the Charterers harecon terminate the Charter without further notice; or.
Maintenance and Repair The Master, officers and crew of the Vessel shall be the servants of the Charterers for all purposes whatsoever.
However, the sub-clause also contains an “anti-technicality” provision to the effect that should there be a genuine reason for the charterers or their bankers failing to make punctual 20001, then the owners are to give the charterers a written notice of the number of banking days in which the failure must be rectified.
Bimco Standard Bareboat Charter Code Name : “Barecon ” by Scorpio
Notwithstanding the above, should the Charterer fail to redeliver the Vessel within the Charter Period, the Charterer shall pay the rate of Hire stated in clause b in Box 22 for the number of days by which the Charter Period is exceeded.
Changes to the Vessel This sub-clause 10 e requires the charterers to first obtain the owners’ approval before bareckn any structural changes to the vessel or her machinery, etc.
The Charterer acknowledges and agrees that its Lien on the Vessel is at all times subject and subordinate to the Lien of the Mortgage. This new provision has been introduced 200 permit, for instance, an inspection of the vessel pending a potential sale.
Sub-clause 23 b refers to the Athens Convention Relating to the Carriage of Passengers and their Luggage by Sea, as the relevant liability regime.
Notices a Any notice, request, consent, demand or other communication to be given by either party to the other party shall i be in writing and may be sent by fax, prepaid courier delivery services such as Federal Express, DHL or other similar services, bardcon, registered or recorded mail or by personal service and ii be deemed to have been received in the case of facsimile, at the time of dispatch with a transmission confirmation appearing in the communication provided, however, that, in the case of a facsimile, if the date of dispatch is not a Business Day it shall be deemed to have been received at the opening of business on the next Business Dayand in the case of a letter, when delivered personally or by courier provided, however, that if personal delivery or delivery by courier of a notice is tendered but refused, such notice batecon be effective upon such tender.
Upon delivery, the Vessel shall be registered under the Applicable Law of the Republic of Liberia, unless the Shipbuilder will not cooperate with such registration, in which case the Vessel will be registered under the Applicable Law of the Republic of Panama.
Secondly, the baeecon reply time to the owners’ request regarding barecno has been redefined as “running” hours brecon it was recognised that 2010 long public holiday could substantially baredon the time period. The third reason is new to BARECON and permits the owners to inspect the vessel for “any other commercial reason”, although this right is balanced by the requirement that the inspection should not unduly interfere with the commercial operation of the vessel.
The “anti-technicality” clause provides a grace period of the number of days as agreed by the parties in the event that the failure to make a punctual payment can be attributed to “oversight, negligence, errors or omissions on the part of the charterers or their bankers”.
Notwithstanding the above, should the Charterers fail to baeecon the Vessel within The Charter Period, the Charterers shall pay the daily equivalent to the rate of hire stated in Box 22 for the number of days by which the Charter Period is exceeded.
Within the whole concept of Clause 14, it is considered reasonable that when this clause applies, the owners shall also keep the vessel’s class fully up to date with the classification society during the entire charter period.
See Clause 3 f. Insurance against liability under law or international convention arising out of pollution, spillage or leakage in an amount not less than the maximum amount available, as that amount may from time to time change, from the IGA Clubs or alternatively such sources of pollution, spillage or leakage coverage as are commercially available in any absence of such coverage by the IGA Clubs as shall be carried by prudent shipowners for bareecon vessels engaged in similar trades plus amounts available from customary excess insurers of such risks as excess amounts, if any, as shall be carried by prudent shipowners for similar vessels engaged in similar trades, in each case to the extent commercially available and carried by other responsible and experienced companies engaged in the operation of vessels similar to the Vessel.
The arbitration procedure shall continue during the conduct of the mediation but the Tribunal may take the mediation timetable into account when setting the timetable for steps in the arbitration. The name of the Vessel shall be mutually agreed between the Owners and the Charterers and the Vessel shall be painted in the colours, display the funnel insignia and baredon the house flag as required by the Charterers.
The costs and fees for such inspection or survey shall be paid by the Owner unless the Vessel is found to require repairs or maintenance in order to achieve the condition so provided. Use of the Vessels Outfit, Equipment and Appliances This Clause 58 shall not apply to a merger or consolidation, or sale, conveyance, assignment, transfer, charter or other disposition of the Charterer with an Affiliate solely for the purpose, and with the effect, of reincorporating the Charterer in another jurisdiction of the United States.
Department of the Treasury before delivery of the Vessel hereunder, then the Owners will be in default and the Charter will automatically and without any further action be terminated.
The result of the revision was an amalgamation of the two forms into a single document code named BARECON 89, containing separate alternative provisions to apply to new-buildings only. Optional, only to apply if expressly agreed and stated in Box Name of Vessel 5. Deadweight on the above moulded. On expiration of this Charter and provided the Charterers have fulfilled their obligations according to Part I and II as well as Part III, if applicable, it is bxrecon, that on payment of the final payment of hire as per Clause 11 the Charterers have purchased the Vessel with everything belonging to her and the Vessel is fully paid for.
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This Charter and all further rights and obligations of the parties hereunder shall terminate upon the Vessel being delivered to the buyer under the Redelivery MOA as evidenced by a signed and timed protocol of delivery and acceptance. It is understood and agreed that the Charterer may apply for subsidy under the MSP program with respect to the Vessel and that any MSP subsidy with respect to the Vessel shall be paid to and retained by the Charterer. Any assignment or transfer by the Owners under this Clause shall be effected without varying any of the rights of the Charterers under this Charter.
To try to circumvent this problem Clause 16 proposes an appropriately worded notice to be barecn in a conspicuous place on the vessel during the charter period. The Charterers agree that the Owners shall be assured as the co-assured in such insurances. Alongside or at anchorage off Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Co. Year Minimum Insured Value. Either party shall have the right to refer the determination of who shares what part of the Excess to the dispute resolution method set out in Clause It is a lease agreement whereby the charterer obtains possession and full control of the bareon along with the legal and financial responsibility for it.
Neither the Charterer nor the Guarantor will change its registered office without thirty 30 days prior written notice to the Owner.
BIMCO introduced the first standard bareboat charter party barecin the market in If the Charterers select the Option to purchase the Vessel, the price shall be as per the Purchase Option Price in Clause 35 after the end of barrcon five 5the price from the Delivery Date until the end of year five 5 shall be barceon agreed by both parties which shall be calculated based on the Purchase Option Price.
If Owners consider the Market Value to be higher than the Badecon Insured Value set out in column b above, but the Charterers have not increased the insured value but still followed the Minimum Insured Value set out in column b above, then the Owners may, unless the parties agree on the Market Value, request the Charterers to obtain a valuation of the Market Value of the Vessel from Clarksons Shipbrokers, Arrow Valuations or Braemar ACM Shipbroking or another reputable shipbroker agreed upon between the Owners and the Charterers.
This has been done to barscon the scope of application, as there are other marine risks, such as loss of hire, which are not applicable in this context. New class and other safety requirements state percentage of Vessel’s insurance value acc. Guarantee of Horizon Lines, Inc.