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共同海损担保AVERAGE GUARANTEE

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AVERAGE  GUARANTEE     (FORM B)

 

(Based on wording approved by the Association of Average Adjusters

and the Institute of London Underwriters)

 NOTE: This guarantee will be accepted provided that no additions, deletions or amendments are made to it.

 To: The Owners of the vessel named below and other parties to the adventure as their interests may appear.

 

VESSEL  XXX 

VOYAGE    

In consideration of the delivery in due course of the goods specified below to the consignees thereof without collection of a deposit, we, the undersigned insurers, hereby undertake to pay to the shipowners or to the Average Adjusters, XXX, on behalf of the various parties to the adventure as their interests may appear, any contribution to General Average and/or Salvage and/or Special Charges which may hereafter be ascertained to be properly and legally due in respect of the said goods.

We further agree:

a) to make prompt payment(s) on account of such contribution as may be properly and legally due in respect of the said goods, as soon as the same may be certified by the said Average Adjusters;

b) to furnish to the said Average Adjusters at their request all information which is available to us relative to the value and condition of the said goods;

c) that the standard form of Non-Separation Agreement is to apply (copy attached); 

d) that this agreement shall be governed by XXX Law and a XXX Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute arising out of this agreement and each party shall irrevocably submit to the jurisdiction of that Court;

e) that this guarantee is intended to create a legally binding obligation notwithstanding that it may be transmitted and stored solely in electronic form. It is thereby agreed that transmission of this guarantee to the average adjusters constitutes good delivery to the Owners and other parties to the adventure who wish to enforce this guarantee.


PORT OF LOADING: 

PORT OF DISCHARGE: 

BILL OF LADING:

QUANTITY & DESCRIPTION OF GOODS: 

INSURED VALUE:

POLICY/REF & PREMIUM (if known):


SIGNATURE(with company chop)

NAME & ADDRESS

TEL NO FAX NO. E-MAIL

DATE 

Average Adjusters are:- 

 

ATTACHING TO:    AVERAGE  GUARANTEE     (FORM B)

 

STANDARD FORM OF NON-SEPARATION AND FORWARDING AGREEMENT

 

It is agreed that in the event of the vessel's cargo or part thereof being forwarded to original destination by other vessel, vessels or conveyances, rights and liabilities in General Average shall not be affected by such forwarding, it being the intention to place the parties concerned as nearly as possible in the same position in this respect as they would have been in the absence of such forwarding and with the adventure continuing by the original vessel for so long as justifiable under the law applicable or under the Contract of Affreightment.

 

The basis of contribution to General Average of the property involved shall be the values on delivery at original destination unless sold or otherwise disposed of short of that destination; but where none of her cargo is carried forward in the vessel she shall contribute on the basis of her actual value on the date she completes discharge of her cargo.

 

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  • 行业知识航次租船合同模板金康94 VC Charterparty GENCON94

    金康合同中英文对照 THE BALTIC AND INTERNATIONAL MARITIME COUNCIL UNIFORM GENERAL CHARTER (AS REVISED 1922, 1976 and 1994) (To be used for trades for which no specially approved form is in force) CODE NAME: "GENCON" 1. It is agreed between the party mentioned in Box 3 as the Owners of the Vessel named in Box 5, of the GT/NT indicated in Box 6 and carrying about the number of metric tons of deadweight capacity all told on summer loadline stated in Box 7, now in position as stated in Box 8 and expected ready to load under this Charter Party about the date indicated in Box 9, and the party mentioned as the Charterers in Box 4 that: The said Vessel shall, as soon as her prior commitments have been completed, proceed to the loading port(s) or place(s) stated in Box 10 or so near thereto as she may safely get and lie always afloat, and there load a full and complete cargo (if shipment of deck cargo agreed same to be at the Charterers' risk and 10 responsibility) as stated in Box 12, which the Charterers bind themselves to ship, and being so loaded the Vessel shall proceed to the discharging port(s) or place(s) stated in Box 11 as ordered on signing Bills of Lading, or so near thereto as she may safely get and lie always afloat, and there deliver the cargo. 1. 兹由第 3 栏所列的下述船舶所有人与第 4 栏所指的承租人,双方协议如下: 船舶名见第 5 栏,总/净登记吨见第 6 栏,货物载重量大约吨数见第 7 栏,现在动态见第 8 栏, 根据本租船合同作好装货准备的大约时间见第 9 栏。 上述船舶一旦完成前个合同,应驶往第 10 栏所列的装货港口或地点,或船舶能安全抵达并始终 浮泊的附近地点,装载第 12 栏所列的货物,满舱满载,(如协议装运甲板货,则由承租人承担 风险。)(承租人应提供所有垫船用席子和/或木料及所需隔板。如经要求,船舶所有人准许使用 船上任何垫舱木料。)承租人约束自己装运该货,船舶经此装载后,应驶往第 11 栏所列的,在 签发提单时指定的卸货港口或地点,或船舶能安全抵达并始终浮泊的附近地点,交付货物 2. Owners' Responsibility Clause The Owners are to be responsible for loss of or damage to the goods or for delay in delivery of the goods only in case the loss, damage or delay has been caused by personal want of due diligence on the part of the Owners or their Manager to make the Vessel in all respects seaworthy and to secure that she is properly manned, equipped and supplied, or by the personal act or default of the Owners or their Manager. And the Owners are not responsible for loss, damage or delay arising from any other cause whatsoever, even from the neglect or default of the Master or crew or some other person employed by the Owners on board or ashore for whose acts they would, but for this Clause, be responsible, or from unseaworthiness of the Vessel on loading or commencement of the voyage or at any time whatsoever. 2. 船舶所有人责任条款 船舶所有人对货物的灭失、损坏或延迟交付的责任限于造成灭失损坏或延迟的原因是由于船舶海商法资料库 http://blog.sina.com.cn/hubeisz 老雷分享 Q693174509 2 所有人或其经理人本身未尽谨慎使船舶各方面适航,并保证适当配备船员,装备船舶和配备供 应品,或由于船舶所有人或其经理人本身的行为或不履行职责。船舶所有人对由于其他任何原 因造成的货物灭失、损坏或延迟,即使是由于船长或船员或船舶所有人雇佣的船上或岸上人员 的疏忽或不履行职责(如无本条规定,船舶所有人应对他们的行为负责),或由于船舶在装货或 开航当时或其他任何时候不适航所造成的,亦概不负责。 3. Deviation Clause The Vessel has liberty to call at any port or ports in any order, for any purpose, to sail without pilots, to tow and/or assist Vessels in all situations, and also to deviate for the purpose of saving life and/or property. 3. 绕航条款 船舶有权为任何目的以任何顺序挂靠任何港口,有无引航员在船均可航行,在任何情况下拖带 和/或救助他船,亦可为拯救人命和/或财产而绕航。 4. Payment of Freight (a) The freight at the rate stated in Box 13 shall be paid in cash calculated on the intaken quantity of cargo. (b) Prepaid. If according to Box 13 freight is to be paid on shipment, it shall be deemed earned and non-returnable, Vessel and/or cargo lost or not lost.Neither the Owners nor their agents shall be required to sign or endorse bills oflading showing freight prepaid unless the freight due to the Owners hasactually been paid. (c) On delivery. If according to Box 13 freight, or part thereof, is payable at destination it shall not be deemed earned until the cargo is thus delivered. Notwithstanding the provisions under (a), if freight or part thereof is payable on delivery of the cargo the Charterers shall have the option of paying the freight on delivered weight/quantity provided such option is declared before breaking bulk and the weight/quantity can be ascertained by official weighing machine, joint draft survey or tally. Cash for Vessel's ordinary disbursements at the port of loading to be advanced by the Charterers, if required, at highest current rate of exchange, subject to two (2) per cent to cover insurance and other expenses. 4. 运费支付 (a) 运费应按第 13 栏规定的费率,按所装货物的数量计算以现金支付。 (b) 运费预付。如按第 13 栏规定运费应预付,则运费视为已挣得,无论船舶/货物是否灭失, 不得返还。除非运费已支付给船东,否则船东或其代理无需签发运费预付提单。 (c) 运费到付。如按第 13 栏规定运费或部分运费为到付,则运费直到货物卸完才视为挣得。 不论(a)款如何规定,如运费或部分运费为到付,租家有权在开舱前选择按卸货重量/数量支付 运费,且该重量/数量可由官方计量器或联检或理货确定。如经要求,承租人应现金垫付船舶在 装货港的经常费用,而按最高兑换率折合并附加 2%抵偿保险费和其他费用。

    发布于:2022-03-22 12:47:54
  • 行业知识定期租船合同附加条款Time Charterparty Rider Clause

    Clause 29-Vessel's Description Clause 30First hire and bunkers value on delivery to be paid to Owners within 3 banking days after vessel’s delivery. Hire / Bunkers are payable to Owners’ bank: Hire / bunkers are payable to Owners’ bank: Owners solemnly declare that we will NOT change our bank account information set forth herein UNLESS our chartering desk inform you by a written notice with authorized signature and company stamp by fax and by post, and followed by a personal telephone call. To avoid doubts, neither our chartering desk nor commercial department nor accounting department will just send you an email to change bank account information or attach an invoice with changed bank account information.  If Charterers receive any fake email, please contact us before making remittance. Reliance on any information unconfirmed is solely at Charterers own risk.  Clause 31(a) PaymentWith reference to Clause 5 failing the punctual and regular payment of the hire, or on any fundamental breach of this Charter-Party, the Owners shall be at liberty to withdraw the vessel from the service of the Charterers without prejudice to any claims they (the Owners) may otherwise have on the Charterers. (b) Grace PeriodWhere there is failure to make punctual and regular payment of hire due to oversight, negligence, errors or omissions on the part of the Charterers of their bankers, the Charterers shall be given by the Owners three clear banking days written notice to rectify the failure, and when so rectified within those three clear banking days following the day of Owners' notice, the payment shall stand as regular and punctual. Failure by the Charterers to pay the hire within three days of receiving the Owners' notice as provided herein, shall entitle the Owners to withdraw as set forth in Sub-Clause (a) above. (c) Last Hire PaymentShould the vessel be on her voyage towards port of redelivery at the time the last and / or the penultimate payment of hire is / are due, said payment(s) is / are to be made for such length of time as the Owners and the Charterers may agree upon as being the estimated time necessary to complete the voyage, and taking into account bunkers estimated on board on redelivery, to be taken over by the Owners and estimated disbursements for the Owners' account before redelivery. Should same not cover the actual time, hire is to be paid for the balance, day by day, as it becomes due. When the vessel has been redelivered, any difference is to be refunded by the Owners or paid by the Charterers, as the case may be. (d) Right of SuspensionAt any time while hire is outstanding, the Owners shall,  without prejudice to the liberty to withdraw, be entitled to withhold the performance of any and all obligations hereunder and shall have no responsibility whatsoever for any consequences thereof, and Charterers hereby indemnify the Owner for all legitimate and justifiable actions taken to secure their interests, and hire shall continue to accrue and any extra expenses resulting from such withholding shall be for the Charterers’ account. Clause 32Charterers to have the right to withhold from Charter hire, during the period of this Charter, such amounts due to off-hire and Owners’ disbursements, but properly substantiated. Charterers to have the right to withhold from last hire payments Owners’ estimated advances and disbursements, including any fines and any other accounts for Owners’ account and also the value of the estimated quantity of bunkers on redelivery. However, final accounting to be arranged by Charterers as promptly as possible. Any and all undisputed balance of hire at the time of redelivery of the vessel should be properly settled and paid within 7 days after vessel redelivered from Charterers.’ Clause 33Owners warrant that the vessel’s Crew is and will be during the period of this Charter Party employed under a bona fide union agreement, the standard of which is fully acceptable to the I.T.F. and unions in all countries not excluded in this Charter Party.In the event of the vessel being denied or restricted in the use of port and/or loading and/or discharging facilities or shore labor and/or tug or pilotage assistance or of any other restriction, detention or any loss of time whatsoever due to boycott or arrest of the vessel or due to government restrictions, all caused by the vessel and/or by reason of the terms and conditions on which members of the Crew are employed or by reason of any trading of this or any other vessel under same Ownership or operation or control, the payment of hire shall cease for the time thereby lost and all extra directly related expenses incurred due to above are to be for Owners’ account and may be deducted from hire. Owners are also responsible for any claim that may be presented by third party. Clause 34Should the vessel be seized or detained by any authority, or arrested at the suit of any party having or purporting to have a claim against any interest in the vessel, hire shall not be payable in respect of any period during which the vessel is not fully at Charterers' use and all extra expenses and consequential actual losses which proved by Charterers shall be for Owners’ account, unless such seizure or detention is occasioned by any personal act or omission or default of the Charterers or their Agents, or by reason of cargo carried. Clause 35Any delay, expenses and/or fines incurred on account of smuggling to be for Charterers' account, if caused by Charterers or by Charterers' servants and to be for Owners' account, if caused by Master, Officers, Crew or Owners' servants. Clause 36Charterers to have the option to add all or any part of a period of more than 1 (one) day off-hire time incurred during this Charter-Party to the Charter period, however same to be declared at least one month prior to definite redelivery of the vessel. At Owners' request, Charterers to provide details of added off-hire period. Clause 37Any delay and/or expense or consequential loss by reason of non-compliance with regulations, lack of proper documentation of equipment as per Clauses No. 29, 44, 45, 46 and 48 or on any breach of said Clauses to be for Owners' account. Clause 38If Stevedores, longshoremen or other workmen are not permitted to work due to failure of the Owners to comply with Clause 48, or because of lack of said certificates, any time so lost shall be treated as off-hire, and all extra expenses incurred, directly resulting from such failure, shall be for Owners’ account. Clause 39Should the vessel deviate or put back during a voyage, contrary to the orders or directions of the Charterers, the hire is to be suspended from the time of her deviating or putting back until she is again in the same or equidistant position from the destination and the voyage resumed therefrom.

    发布于:2022-03-22 12:21:58
  • 行业知识定期租船合同模板土产格式46 Time Charterparty NYPE46

    Time CharterGOVERNMENT FORMApproved by the New York Produce ExchangeNovember 6th, 1913 – Amended October 20th, 1921; August 6th, 1931; October 3rd, 1946 1 This Charter Party, made and concluded in …… Hongkong………………………XXXX ……………….day of…XXXX…...……..…….…..XXXX2 Between………………...……………as………….3 Owners of the good ………Hong Kong flag…………..…… Steamship/Motorship “XXX” – description see Clause 29. .. of ……………………….…4 of …………………tons gross register, and ………………..………tons net register, having engines of ………..……………….…….…indicated horse power5 and with hull , machinery and equipment in a thoroughly efficient state, and classed…………………….………..…………………….………………………….…6 at  ……………………of about……………..…….. cubic feet bale capacity, and about ……………….………………………………….……….. tons of 2240 lbs.7 deadweight  capacity  ( cargo and bunkers,  including   fresh  water  and  stores  not  exceeding  one and  one half  percent of  ship’s  deadweight  capacity,8 allowing a minimum of fifty tons ) on a draft of… ………... feet …….….…….. inches on …………....…….Summer   freeboard, inclusive of permanent bunkers,9 which  are of  the  capacity of  about …………………………………………………..……… tons of fuel, and capable of steaming fully laden, under good weather 10 conditions about        knots on a consumption of about             tons of  best  Welsh  coal – best  grade fuel  oil – best grade Diesel  oil,11 now …trading……………………….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………12 …………………………………….………………. and …………………………….…Charterers of the City of ……………………..…….…………13              Witnesseth,  That  the  said  Owners  agree to let, and the said Charterers   agree  to hire  the  said  vessel,   from   the time  of  delivery,   for14 About   ……………………………a period time charter of minimum 34 months to maximum 36 months, in 15 Charterers’ option. Always trading via safe port(s ) safe  berth(s) safe  anchorage(s) always afloat always within Institute Warranty Limits within  below  mentioned  trading limits.16 Charterers  to  have  liberty  to sublet  the vessel  for all or any  part of   the  time  covered  by  this  Charter,  but  Charterers  remaining  responsible  for17 The fulfillment of this Charter Party. acceptance of delivery by Charterers shall not constitute any waiver of Charterers’ rights under thisCharter Party.18 Vessel to be placed at the disposal of the Charterers, at ex- yard Dalian shipyard…………………………………………………………………………………………….......19 any time day or night, Sundays, Holidays included……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..20 in such dock or at such wharf or place ( where she may  safely lie,  always  afloat,  at  all  times of  tide, except  as otherwise provided in clause No.6 ) ,   as21 the Charterers may direct.  If  such dock,  wharf or  place be not available  time to count as provided  for in clause No.5.   Vessel   on  her   delivery  to  be22 ready to receive any permissible cargo with clean-swept holds and free from loose rust scale and residues of previous cargoes – see also Clause 87  -  and tight ,  staunch,  strong  and  in  every way  fitted for the  service,  having  water ballast,   winches  and23 donkey boiler with sufficient steam power, or if not equipped with donkey boiler, then other power sufficient to run all  the winches  at one  and the  same24 time ( and with full complement of officers,  seamen,  engineers and  firemen for a vessel of  her tonnage ) ,  to be employed,  in carrying lawful  merchan-25 dise, including petroleum or its products, in proper containers,  excluding …see Clause 57 -………………………………………………………………...26 (  vessel is not to be employed in the carriage of Live Stock,  but Charterers  are to have the  privilege of  shipping a  small  number on deck at  their  risk,27 all necessary fittings and other requirements to be for account of Charterers ) ,  in such lawful trades,  between  safe port  and/or ports  in  British,  North28 America,  and /or  United  states of  America,   and/or  West  Indies,   and/or  Central  America,  and/or  Caribbean  Sea,  and/or Gulf  of  Mexico,  and/or29 Mexico, and/or South America ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………  and/or  Europe30 and/or Africa,  and/or Asia,   and/or Australia,  and/or  Tasmania,  and/or  New Zealand,  but excluding Magdalena  River,    River St. Lawrence between31 October 31st and May 15th,  Hudson Bay and all unsafe ports;  also excluding,  when out of season, White Sea, Black Sea and the Baltic,32 …Trading Limits as per Clause 55 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….....33 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...34 …..…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………..35 as the Charterers or their Agents shall direct, on the following conditions:36           1.     That the Owners  shall  provide and  pay  for all provisions, wages and consular  shipping and discharging  fees of the Crew  and all other charges related to the master, officers and crew shall  pay   for  the37 insurance of the vessel,  also for all the cabin,  deck,  engine-room and other  necessary  stores,  including  boiler water also for non-compulsory garbage removal,             lubricating oil and maintain her class  and  keep38 the vessel in a thoroughly efficient state in hull, machinery and equipment with all necessary certificates to comply with applicable requirements                         at all ports within the agreed trading limits for and during the service.39          2.      That  the Charterers while the vessel is on hire shall  provide and pay  for all  the  fuel  except  as  otherwise agreed,  Port Charges,  compulsory, and/or customary Pilotages including Amazon and Orinoco River whole passage including entrance bar. The Baltic Sea from Skagen to Gedser and/or Bomholm and vice versa including Great Belt, The Baltic Sea sound pilot from Skagen to Bornholm and vice versa, Cannakale and Bosporus Strait, the whole Straits of Magellan, Torres Strait and Great Barrier Reef Pilot, Japan inland sea pilots, the Singapore pilotage from and to Aeba/b for bunkering to be for Charterers' account, Agencies, Commissions, Canal tolls,40 Consular Charges ( except  those  pertaining  to the Crew ), and all  other  usual  expense s except  those  before  stated,  but  when  the  vessel   puts   into 41 a port  for  causes  for  which  vessel  and/or Owners  is/are  responsible ,  then  all  such  charges  incurred  shall  be  paid by  the Owners.  Fumigations   ordered   because of42 illness of  the  crew to be  for Owners  account.  Fumigations  ordered  because  of  cargoes  carried  or  ports  visited  while  vessel is employed under  this43 charter  to be for Charterers account.  All  other  fumigations  to  be for  Charterers  account  after  vessel  has  been on  charter for  a  continuous period44 of six months or more.45           Charterers are  to  provide  necessary  dunnage  and  shifting  boards,  also  any  extra  fittings  requisite  for  a special  trade or unusual cargo,  but46 Owners to allow  them  the  use of any  dunnage  and  shifting boards already aboard vessel.  Charterers  to have  the  privilege  of  using  shifting  boards47 for  dunnage,  they  making  good any  damage  thereto.48           3.      That  the  Charterers, at  the  port  of  delivery,  and  the Owners,  at the port of re-delivery,   shall take over and pay for all fuel remaining on49 board the vessel at the current prices in the respective ports,  the vessel to be delivered  with  not less  than ……………………… tons and not more than50 …See Clause 41……….. tons and  to  be  re-delivered  with not less than ………………………… tons and not more than …………………………tons.51           4.     That the Charterers shall pay for the use and hire of  the  said  vessel at the rate of  US$XXX( XXX U.S.52 Dollars ) daily including overtime payable every 15 days in advance United States Currency per ton on vessel’s  total  deadweight  carrying capacity,        including bunkers and53 stores,  on …………………………… summer  freeboard, per Calendar Month, commencing on  and from  the  day of  her  delivery,  as aforesaid,  and at54 and  after  the same rate for any part of a month day; hire to continue until the hour of the day of her  re-delivery  in  like good order and condition, ordinary55 wear and  tear  excepted, to the Owners ( unless lost ) at on dropping last outward sea pilot one safe port Singapore/Japan range or in Charterers’ option56  Aden/Singapore range if Persian Gulf then redelivery passing Muscat outbound or in Charterers’ option Skaw/Passero range, at any time, day or night, Sundays and Holidays included. unless otherwise  mutually  agreed.  Charterers are to give Owners not less than …………………………………………..… days57 notice of vessels expected date of re-delivery, and probable port.  See Clause 58-58           5.      Payment of  said  hire to be made as per Clause 30 in New York in cash in United States Currency, semi-monthly  every 15 days in  advance,            and  for  the  last  15 days half  month or59 part of the same the approximate amount of hire,  and  should same not cover the actual time, hire is to be paid for the balance day by day,  as it becomes60 due, if so required by Owners, unless bank guarantee or deposit is made by  the Charterers, otherwise failing the  punctual  and  regular  payment  of  the61 hire, or  bank guarantee, or on any breach of this Charter Party, the  Owners  shall  be at liberty to withdraw the  vessel  from  the  service  of  the  Char-62 terers, without  prejudice to any claim they ( the Owners ) may otherwise  have  on  the  Charterers.   Time to count as from vessel’s delivery from 7 a.m.  on  the  working  day63 following that on which written notice of  readiness has been given  to  Charterers  or  their  Agents  before  4 p.m.,  but  if  required  by Charterers,  they64 to have the privilege of using vessel at once, such time used to count as hire.65           Cash for vessel’s ordinary disbursements at any  port may be advanced as required by the Captain, by the Charterers or their Agents may, subject66 to 2 1/2% commission and such advances shall be deducted  from the hire. The Charterers, however, shall in  no  way  be  responsible  for the application67 of such advances.68           6.      That the cargo or cargoes be laden and/or  discharged in any  dock or at any  wharf or anchorage or place that Charterers or their  Agents  may69 direct, provided the vessel can safely  lie  always  afloat at any time of tide,  except at such places in Argentina grain ports, Uruguay and Brazil only,          where it is customary  for  similar  vessels of similar size, dimensions and draft to  safely 70 lie aground and provided on soft mud / ground.71           7.      That the whole  reach of  the  vessel’s  Hold, Decks, and  usual  places of  loading ( not more than  she can  reasonably  stow and carry ),  also72 accommodations for Supercargo, if carried,  shall be at the Charterers’ disposal,  reserving  only  proper  and  sufficient  space  for  ship’s  officers,  crew,73 tackle,  apparel,  furniture,  provisions,   stores  and  fuel.   Charterers  have  the  privilege  of  passengers  as  far  as  accommodations  allow,  Charterers74 paying Owners ……………… per day per passenger for accommodations and meals.   However it is agreed  that   in case   any fines or extra expenses are75 incurred in the consequences of the carriage of passengers, Charterers are to bear such risk and expense.76           8.      That the Captain shall prosecute  his  voyages  with  the  due  despatch,  and  shall  render  all  customary  assistance  with  ship’s crew and77 boats. The Captain ( although appointed  by  the  Owners ),  shall be  under  the  orders  and  directions  of  the  Charterers  as  regards  employment and78 agency; and Charterers are to load , stow,  and trim and discharge the cargo at their  expense  under  the supervision of  the Captain,  who is to  sign  or is to authorize Charterers to sign Bills of  Lading  for79 cargo as presented, in conformity with Mate’s or Tally Clerk’s receipts.80           9.      That  if the Charterers shall have  reason to  be  dissatisfied  with the  conduct  of  the Captain, Officers,  or  Engineers,  the  Owners  shall  on81 receiving particulars of the complaint, investigate the same, and, if necessary, make a change in the appointments. This provision does not affect the     Charterers’ right to advance any claim or require Arbitration under Clause 17 of dispute, regarding the conduct of the Master in                                   prosecution of voyages and carrying out the orders and directions of the Charterers.82           10.    That the Charterers shall have  permission  to appoint a  super  cargo,  who shall accompany  the vessel  and see that  voyages are  prosecuted83 with the utmost despatch.  He  is to be furnished  with  free accommodation,  and  same fare as  provided for Captain’s  table,  Charterers  paying  at  the84 rate of U.S.$10.00 per day. Charterers to pay Owners U.S. $1,600. per 30 days pro rata for meals, representations, beverages, drinks, cigarettes,   communications, radio expenses and cables.  Owners  to  victual  Pilots  and  Customs  officers,  and  also,  when  authorized  by Charterers  or  their  Agents,     to victual Tally85 Clerks, Stevedore’s Foreman, etc., Charterers paying at the current rate for all such victualling.86           11.     That the Charterers shall  furnish  the  Captain  from  time to time with all  requisite  instructions and  sailing  directions,  in writing, and the87 Captain shall keep a full and correct log in English of  the  voyage or  voyages,  which are to be patent to the Charterers    or  their  Agents,  and  furnish  the  Char-88 terers,  their  Agents or supercargo,  when  required,  with  a  true copy of daily logs,  showing  the  course  of  the  vessel  and  distance run and  the  con-89 sumption of fuel.90           12.     That the Captain shall use diligence in caring for the care and ventilation of the cargo.91           13.   That the Charterers shall have the option of  continuing this charter for a further period of  ……………………………………………………....92 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…93 on giving written notice thereof to the Owners or their Agents …………… days previous to the expiration of the first-named term, or any declared option.94           14.     That if  required by Charterers, time  not to commence before ……XXXXXXXXXX……….…………………………….........……… and should vessel95 not have given written notice of readiness on or before……………XXXXXXXXXX…………………………….. but not later than 4 p.m. Charterers or96 their Agents to have the option of cancelling this Charter at any time not later than the day of vessel’s readiness.97           15.    That in the event of the  loss  of  time  from  deficiency sickness, strike, accident or default of master, officers or crew of  men or stores,             fire, breakdown  or  damages  to  hull ,  machinery  or  equipment,98 grounding, detention by average  accidents  to ship  or  cargo unless resulting from inherent vice, quality or defect of cargo , drydocking  for  the purpose of  examination or painting  bottom, or  by  any  other  cause99 preventing the full working of the vessel to the Charterers working of  the vessel,  the payment of hire  shall  cease for the time  thereby  lost;   and if  upon  the voyage  the speed  be  reduced  by100 defect in or breakdown of any  part  of her  hull,  machinery  or  equipment, the  time so lost and all extra expenses incurred, including bunkers             consumed during period of suspended hire shall be for Owners’ account,  and  the cost of  any  extra  fuel  consumed  in  consequence101 thereof, and all extra expenses shall be deducted from the hire subject to satisfactory documentary evidence in support.102          16.     That  should the Vessel  be  lost,  money paid  in  advance and not earned  (  reckoning  from the date of  loss or being last  heard of  )  shall  be103 returned to the Charterers at once.  The act of God,   enemies,  fire,  restraint of Princes,  Rulers and People,  and all  dangers  and  accidents  of  the Seas,104 Rivers, Machinery, Boilers and Steam Navigation,  and errors of Navigation throughout this Charter Party,  always mutually excepted.105          The  vessel  shall  have  the  liberty  to  sail  with  or  without  pilots,  to  tow and  to be towed,  to  assist  vessels  in  distress,  and  to  deviate  for  the106 purpose of saving life and property. In case of property, Owners and Charterers to share equally return of salvage.107          17.     That  should  any  dispute  arise between  Owners and  the Charterers,  the  matter in dispute shall  be  referred  to as per Clause 71, three persons at New York,108 one to be appointed by each of the  parties hereto, and  the  third  by  the two so chosen; their decision or  that of any  two of them, shall  be  final, and for109 the purpose of enforcing any award, this agreement may be made a rule of the Court. The Arbitrators shall be commercial men.110          18.     That  the Owners shall  have a  lien  upon all cargoes, and all sub-freights including dead freight and demurrage belong to Charterers and sub Charterers  for any amounts due  under  this Charter,  including  General Aver-111 age  contributions,  and  the  Charterers  to  have  a  lien  on  the Ship  for all  monies  paid  in  advance  and  not  earned, and any overpaid hire or excess112 deposit to be  returned  at  once.  Charterers will not suffer, nor permit to be continued, any lien or encumbrance incurred by them or their agents, which113 might have priority over the title and interest of the Owners in the vessel. The Charterers undertake that during the period of this Charter Party, they will not procure any supplies or necessaries or services, including ay port expenses and bunkers, on the credit of the Owners.114          19.     That all  derelicts and  salvage  shall  be  for Owners’ and  Charterers’  equal  benefit  after  deducting Owners’ and Charterers’ expenses and115 Crew’s  proportion.  General  Average  shall  be  adjusted,  stated  and  settled, according  to  Rules 1 to 15,  inclusive,  17  to  22,  inclusive, and Rule F of116 York-Antwerp Rules 1994 and any later amendments. 1924, at such port or place in the United States as may be selected by the  carrier, and  as to  matters  not  provided for by these and See Clause 67117 Rules, according to the  laws  and  usages at  the  port  of New York. In such  adjustment  disbursements  in  foreign  currencies  shall  be  exchanged  into118 United States money at  the  rate  prevailing on  the  dates  made and allowances  for  damage  to cargo claimed  in  foreign currency shall be converted at119 the rate  prevailing on  the  last  day of discharge  at  the  port  or  place  of final  discharge of  such damaged cargo from the ship. Average agreement or 120 bond and such additional security, as  may  be  required  by  the  carrier, must be furnished before delivery of the goods. Such cash deposit as the carrier121 or his agents may deem sufficient as additional  security  for  the  contribution of  the  goods and  for any salvage and  special  charges  thereon,  shall,   if122 required,  be made  by  the  goods,  shippers, consignees or owners of the goods  to the carrier  before  delivery. Such deposit shall,  at  the  option  of  the 123 carrier, be payable in United States money and  be  remitted to the adjuster. When  so  remitted  the  deposit  shall  be  held  in  a special  account  at  the124 place of adjustment in  the  name  of  the adjuster pending  settlement  of  the General Average and  refunds or  credit  balances,  if any,  shall  be  paid in125 United States money.126          In  the  event  of accident,  danger,  damage,  or  disaster,  before  or  after   commencement  of  the  voyage  resulting  from  any   cause  whatsoever,127 whether due  to  negligence  or  not,  for  which, or  for  the  consequence  of  which,  the  carrier  is  not  responsible, by statute, contact, or otherwise, the128 goods, the shipper and  the  consignee,  jointly  and  severally,  shall  contribute  with  the  carrier  in general  average  to the  payment  of  any sacrifices,129 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 the130 goods.  If  a  salving  ship  is  owned  or  operated  by  the  carrier,  salvage  shall  be  paid  for as  fully  and  in  the same manner as if such salving ship or131 ships belonged to strangers.132          Provisions as to General Average in accordance with the above are to be included in all Bills of Lading issued hereunder. Hire shall not be contributed to General Average.133          20.     Fuel  used  by  the  vessel  while off  hire, also  for  cooking,  condensing  water, or  for grates and stoves to be agreed to as to quantity, and the134 cost of replacing  same,  to  be  for  Owners account.135          21. That  as  the  vessel  may  be  from  time  to time  employed  in  tropical  waters during  the  term  of  this  Charter, Vessel  is  to  be  docked  at  a 136 convenient  place,  bottom  cleaned and  painted  whenever  Charterers  and Captain  think  necessary,  at least once  in every six months, reckoning from 137 time of last painting, and payment of the hire to be suspended until she is again in proper state for the service.138 .............................................................See Clause 61………….…………………………………………………………………………………………………………139 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………………………………140          22.     Owners  shall  maintain  the gear of  the  ship  as  fitted,  providing  gear ( for all  derricks )  capable  of  handling  lifts  up  to three  tons,  also141 providing ropes, equipment, falls, slings and blocks as on board. If vessel is fitted with derricks capable of handling heavier lifts, Owners are to provide    necessary gear for142 same, otherwise  equipment  and  gear  for  heavier  lifts  shall  be  for  Charterers’ account.  Owners also to provide free of expense, sufficient electric        lighting with vessel’s light clusters to permit work at hatches and overboard at the same time.  on  the  vessel  lanterns and oil  for143 night  work, and  vessel to give use  of  electric  light  when so fitted,  but any additional  lights  over  those  on  board  to be at  Charterers’ expense.   The144 Charterers to have the use of any gear on board the vessel.145          23.     Vessel  to  work  night  and  day,  if  required  by Charterers, and all  winches to be at  Charterers’  disposal  during  loading  and  discharging;146 steamer  to  provide  one  winchman  per  hatch to work winches day and  night,  as required,  Charterers  agreeing  to  pay officers, engineers, winchmen147 deck  hands and  donkeymen  for overtime  work  done  in  accordance  with  the  working  hours and  rates stated in the ship’s articles. If the rules of the148 port, or labour unions, prevent  crew  from driving  winches,  shore winchmen  to  be  paid  by Charterers. In the event of a disabled winch or winches, or149 insufficient  power  to  operate  winches, Owners  to  pay  for  shore  engine,  or  engines,  in  lieu  thereof, if required, and pay any loss of time occasioned150 thereby.151          24.It  is also  mutually agreed  that  this  Charter  is subject  to all  the  terms  and  provisions  of  and  all  the  exemptions  from  liability   contained 152 in  the  Act  of  Congress  of  the  United  States approved  on  the  13th  day  of  February, 1893,  and  entitled “ An Act  relating  to Navigation  of vessels;153 etc.,” in respect of  all cargo  shipped  under  this Charter  to or  from  the  United  States  of America.  It  is  further subject to the following clauses, both154 of which are to be included in all Bills of lading issued hereunder:155                                                                                                 U.S.A.  Clause Paramount156          This  bill  of  lading  shall  have  effect  subject  to  the  provisions  of  the  Carriage  of  Goods  by  Sea  Act  of  the  United  States,    approved  April157          16,   1936,   which  shall  be  deemed  to  be   incorporated  herein,  and  nothing  herein  contained  shall  be  deemed  a  surrender  by  the carrier of158          any  of  its  rights  or  immunities  or  an  increase  of any  of  its  responsibilities  or  liabilities  under  said  Act.  If  any  term of  this  Bill  of Lading159          be repugnant to said Act to any extent, such term shall be void to that extent, but no further.160                                                                                            Both – to – Blame Collision Clause161          If  the  ship   comes  into  collision  with  another  ship  as  a  result  of  the   negligence  of  the  other  ship  and  any  act,  neglect  or  default  of    the162          Master,   mariner,   pilot  or  the  servants  of  the  Carrier  in  the  navigation  or  in  the  management  of  the  ship,  the owners of the goods carried163          hereunder  will  indemnify  the  Carrier  against  all   loss  or   liability  to  the  other  or  non-carrying  ship  or  her  owners  in  so  far  as  such  loss164          or  liability  represents  loss  of , or  damage  to,  or  any  claim  whatsoever  of  the  owners  of  said  goods,  paid  or  payable  by  the  other  or  non-165          carrying  ship  or  her  owners  to  the  owners  of  said  goods  and  set  off,      recouped  or  recovered  by  the  other  or  non-carrying  ship   or  her166          owners  as  part  of  their  claim  against  the  carrying  ship  or  carrier.167          25.     The  vessel  shall  not  be  required  to  enter  any   ice-bound   port,  or  any  port where lights or light-ships have been or are about to be with-168 drawn  by   reason  of  ice,  or  where  there  is  risk  that  in  the  ordinary course of  things  the  vessel will not be able on account of ice to safely enter the169 port  or  to  get  out  after  having  completed  loading  or  discharging. Vessel not to force or be obliged to follow ice-breakers.170          26.     Nothing  herein  stated  is  to  be  construed  as  a  demise  of  the  vessel  to  the  Time  Charterers. The  Owners  to  remain responsible for the171 navigation  of  the  vessel insurance,  crew,  and  all  other  matters,  same  as  when  trading  for  their  own  account.172          27.     A  commission  of  1.25 2 1/2%  per  cent  is  payable  by  the Vessel  and  Owners  to ……………………………….…………………………….….…  173 ………………………Sinotrans Shipping (Beijing) Co., ltd…………………………………………………………………….……………………………………...174 on  the  hire  earned  and  paid  under  this  Charter, and  also  upon  any  continuation  or  extension  of  this Charter.175          28.     An address commission of  3.75 2 1/2%  per  cent  payable   to ……… Charterers……… on  the  hire  earned and paid under this Charter. Additional Clauses …No.29… to …No.122… inclusive  as  attached  hereto,  are  deemed  to  be fully   incorporated  in   this  Charter  Party.    Owners                                                                                                                   Charterers  

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  • 行业知识共同海损协议AVERAGE BOND

    AVERAGE BOND     (FORM A)To: The Owners of the vessel named below and other parties to the adventure as their interests may appear.VESSEL   “XXX”              Port of shipment:   Port of destination/discharge:  Bill of Lading or waybill number(s):   Quantity and Description of Goods:   Invoice Value (attach copy):  In consideration of the delivery to us or to our order, on payment of the freight due, of the goods noted above we agree to pay the proportion of any salvage and/or general average and/or special charges which may hereafter be ascertained to be properly and legally due from the goods or the shippers or owners thereof under an adjustment prepared in accordance with the provisions of the contract of affreightment governing the carriage of the goods or, failing any such provision, in accordance with the law and practice of the place where the common maritime adventure ended and which is properly and legally payable in respect of the goods by the shippers or owners thereof.We also agree:(i) to furnish particulars of the value of the goods, supported by a copy of the commercial invoice rendered to us or, if there is no such invoice, details of the shipped value;(ii) to make a payment on account of such sum as is duly certified by the average adjusters to be properly and legally due from the goods and which is properly and legally payable in respect of the goods by the shippers or owners thereof;(iii) that the standard form of Non-Separation Agreement is to apply (copy attached);(iv) that this agreement shall be governed by XXX Law and a XXX Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute arising out of this agreement and each party shall irrevocably submit to the jurisdiction of that Court;(v) that this bond is intended to create a legally binding obligation notwithstanding that it may be transmitted and stored solely in electronic form. It is thereby agreed that transmission of this bond to the average adjusters constitutes good delivery to the Owners and other parties to the adventure who wish to enforce this bond. Receiver of goods: .........................................………................................………...........ADDRESS: .......................................................................................................…………….……………….........................................................................................................…………….……………….........................................................................................................…………….……………….........................................................................................................…………….…Tel No: ............................... Fax No: ................................. E-MAIL: ...............…………......AUTHORISED SIGNATORY: ...................................…..................... DATE: .....………............   ATTACHING TO:   AVERAGE BOND     (FORM A) STANDARD FORM OF NON-SEPARATION AND FORWARDING AGREEMENT It is agreed that in the event of the vessel's cargo or part thereof being forwarded to original destination by other vessel, vessels or conveyances, rights and liabilities in general average shall not be affected by such forwarding, it being the intention to place the parties concerned as nearly as possible in the same position in this respect as they would have been in the absence of such forwarding and with the adventure continuing by the original vessel for so long as justifiable under the law applicable or under the Contract of Affreightment. The basis of contribution to general average of the property involved shall be the values on delivery at original destination unless sold or otherwise disposed of short of that destination; but where none of her cargo is carried forward in the vessel she shall contribute on the basis of her actual value on the date she completes discharge of her cargo.  ------------------------- 

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  • 行业知识共同海损声明Declaration of General Average

    Declaration of General Average TO: ALL CONCERNS                    DATE: XXXPORT: XXXNAME OF VESSEL:  M.V XXXVOYAGE NO.:      2104SHIP OWNER:      XXX SHIPPING CO.LIMITEDKIND OF CARGO:   COKE IN BAGS TONS OF CARGO:   XXX MT/XXX BAGS GROSS TONNAGE:   1997PORT OF REGISTRY:BELIZE MV XXX,VOYAGE NO.2104,SAILED FROM THE PORT OF LIANYUNGANG,CHINA ON 15TH FEB 2021 TOWARDS TOYAMA PORT OF JAPAN. DURING THE VOYAGE,ABOUT 0245ST 20TH FEB, NAVIGATING AT SOUTH COAST OF S KOREA POSN:3405N,12705E, DURING THE VOYAGE,ABOUT 0245ST 20TH FEB, NAVIGATING AT SOUTH COAST OF S KOREA POSN:3405N,12705E,VESSEL COLLIDED WITH AN UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT,I AND CHIEF ENGINEER HEARD ABNORMAL SOUND AND QUICKLY TAILSHAFT STOPPED ROTATING AUTOMATICALLY,SHIP START DRIFTING,ABOUT 0430ST SHIP DROPPED ANCHORE IN POSITION OF 34-05.8N/127-10.13E.FROM BREAKDOWN HAPPENED,SHIP CARRIED OUT A SERIOUS OF CHECKING,FINALLY i AND CHIEF ENGINEER DISCUSSED AND JUDGED THAT AN UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT CAUSED DAMAGE TO OUR GEARBOX AND COUPLING, THE PART OF TRANSFER MOTION BETWEEN M/E AND GEARBOX BROKEN DOWN. ALL METHOD WERE TAKEN TO REPAIR THE VESSEL BUT ALL IN FAILURE  AND SHIP CAN NOT NAVIGATE BY HERSELF. DUE TO LIMITED CONDITION ON BOARD AND CONSIDERING THE SAFETY OF SHIP AND/OR CARGO,WE APPLIED FOR TUG TO GO TO XXX SHIPYARD FOR REPAIRING. CONSIDERING THE ABOVE FACTS & INFORMATION, NOW I AS THE MASTER HAVE TO ANNOUNCE THE GENERAL AVERAGE HERE AND RESERVE THE RIGHTS OF ANY CLAIMS AGAINST ALL THE RELEVANT PARTIES ARISING FROM THIS ACCIDENT.   WITNESS ON BOARD, (SIG. & POSITION) CHIEF ENGINER: FOURTH ENGINER: YOURS TRULY, -----------------------------------MASTER OF M.V XXXDate:XXX

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