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Pending physical repossession of the Vessel in accordance with this Clause 29, the Charterers shall hold the Vessel as gratuitous bailee only to the Owners. No failure or delay on the part of either party hereto to exercise any power, right barfcon remedy abrecon this Charter shall operate or be interpreted as a waiver hereof or thereof, nor shall any single or partial exercise by a party hereto of any power, right or remedy preclude any other or further exercise hereof or thereof or the exercise of any other power, right or remedy by such party.
The question of class is also dealt with in the Redelivery Clause Clause narecon in which the penultimate paragraph reads as follows: Operation of the Vessel sub-clause 10 b.
The Charterer may exercise its option by written notice to the Owner given not earlier than days nor less than days prior to the applicable EBO Date.
Sub-clause 26 e of the War Clause refers to the charterers having the “liberty” to comply with applicable orders, directions, recommendations, etc. Extension of Charter Period Upon the expiration of the Basic Period, or if applicable, 2010 Renewal Period, the Charter Period shall be extended a for the duration of any Voyage in progress of the Vessel at such expiration and any period necessary for the unloading of cargo related to such Voyage, and b for any period necessary to make any repairs to the Vessel as may be required in order to put the Vessel in a condition necessary to comply with Clause 15provided that neither extension shall exceed 90 days.
The delivery provisions of BARECON have been expanded to incorporate a requirement that the vessel be properly documented on delivery sub-clause 3 b. Consequently, lines of sub-clause 13 a state “Insurance barceon shall cover the Owners and the charterers according to their respective interests”.
The Vessel is not to trade in ice nor follow ice-breakers. Notification of Proceedings II. Breach of the charterers’ obligation to maintain and repair may entitle the owners to withdraw the vessel if the charterers fail to effect repairs, etc.
The wording of sub-clause 2 a has been amended in BARECON to state, for the sake of clarity, that delivery to the charterers will take place when the vessel is ready for delivery and “properly documented”. Rate of interest payable acc. The lack of uniformity in national legislations in respect of rules governing the validity and enforceability of a mortgage may make the mortgagee’s position exposed in a default situation created by the owners.
This insurance shall not be required with respect to the Vessel while the Vessel is idle or laid up. 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. Your message was sent successfully!
B In the case of insurance carried pursuant to Clause 48 a i: It should be noted that although sub-clause 1 d has been re-worded to make its provisions clearer, no substantive changes have been made to the text.
In the event of the Vessel becoming a wreck or obstruction to navigation the Charterers shall indemnify the Owners against any sums whatsoever which the Owners shall become liable to pay and shall pay in consequence of the Vessel. Once this period has expired without payment being made, the owners have the right to terminate the Charter with immediate effect. Definitions In this Charter, the following terms shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them: If the Charterer is not controlling such proceeding because of a conflict of interest, the Charterer shall not be required to provide an Indemnitee with confidential information subject to attorney-client privilege.
On or before redelivery of the Vessel the Charterer will, at its own cost and expense, remove any stack insignia or stack colors of the Charterer or any other Person and make all corrections and repairs necessary to cause the Vessel to comply with all of the terms of Clause 15 hereof. In some jurisdictions, such as Panama and Liberia, covenants relating to the vessel are incorporated into the mortgage document.
Guarantee of Horizon Lines, Inc Number of additional clauses covering special provisions, if agreed. If the Vessel becomes a Total Loss or becomes subject to Compulsory Acquisition the chartering of the Vessel to the Charterers hereunder shall cease and the Charterers shall: Form of Performance Guarantees. Sub-clause 28 d relates to the winding up, liquidation, dissolution or bankruptcy of either party.
Guarantee of Horizon Lines, Inc. Relationship with Builder, Etc Barfcon. During the term of the Charter each of the Charterer and the Guarantor will at all times preserve, renew and keep in full force and effect its existence. Clause 18 Lien This is the usual clause granting the owners and the charterers a lien for their respective claims against each barevon.
All Basic Hire and Supplemental Hire shall paid by the Charterer to the Owner at such location and account as the Owner may bsrecon, in immediately available funds in Dollars at such office and to such account of the Owner not later than It should be noted that the term “bills of lading” has been changed to a general reference to “documents issued during the period of this Charter evidencing the terms and conditions agreed in respect of carriage of bxrecon.
In the case of a short-term bareboat charter of, say, three or four months, it is not considered appropriate that a renewal of class should fall upon the charterers see sub-clause 14 I. In the thirteen years that BARECON 89 has been available, it has established barecoh as the industry’s standard bareboat charter form, enjoying widespread use throughout the world.
Maritime Security Program Subsidy The right to withdraw the vessel is now found in Clause 28 Terminationwhich also provides a so-called “anti-technicality” provision covering hire payments sub-clause 28 a i Charterers’ Default.
The narrow definition of “owners” used in BARECON 89 did not cover all types of owner and, as no suitable single definition could be found, it was agreed that the best solution would be simply to refer to the contents of the appropriate box in Part I. Upon the expiration of the Basic Period, or if applicable, the Renewal Period, the Charter Period shall be extended a for the duration of any Voyage in progress of the Vessel at such expiration and any period necessary for the unloading of cargo related to such Voyage, and b for any period necessary to make any repairs to the Vessel as may be required in order to put the Vessel in a condition necessary to comply with Clause 15provided that neither extension shall exceed 90 days.
The purpose of sub-clause 5 c is simply to make clear that the exercise of the cancellation provisions does not prejudice any claims for damages the charterers might otherwise have on the owners. No provision is made in respect of dry-docking the vessel in relation to the on-hire or off-hire surveys as this is not considered normal practice in bareboat charters and should be left to the parties in each individual case to discuss and negotiate as appropriate.
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 similar 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 Owner may sell the Vessel and assign its rights under this Charter pursuant to and in accordance with Section 8. The arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the London Maritime Arbitrators Association LMAA Terms current at the time when the arbitration proceedings are commenced. Nowadays most vessels, and in particular new-building vessels, are financed by loans.
Barecon Standard Bareboat Charter Part I by Horizon Lines
In such an event, under the present wording the charterers would be unable to reject the vessel and could be left to effect and pay for potentially expensive repairs to the vessel in order to maintain class requirements during the charter period.
Clause 4 Time for Delivery This Clause contains the usual provisions relating to the date before which the vessel cannot be delivered, but now also incorporates an obligation for the owners to exercise due diligence to deliver the vessel no later than the cancelling date.
Minimum 3 months however not applicable in case the Charterers exercise the Purchase Barecom as per clause The Charterer acknowledges and agrees that its Lien on the Vessel is at all times subject and subordinate to the Lien of the Mortgage. The draft has been circulated to more than 20 companies or individuals in the bareboat chartering industry for comments and feedback.