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 CPRail WZd
Internal Correspondence 1^
Date
July 18th, 1979
From
R. R. Reid
To
A. Cairns
T. King
A. Meijer
Fil^: S - 101
Reconversion Alaska Cruise Ship - "M. V. Africa"
Attached find architects drawing of the proposed reconversion
of the Italian built vessel (1952) M. V. Africa. These are the
only drawings available. Some information as attached will be
helpful, there is more to follow.
Will you evaluate drawings and offer your educated opinion as to
(a) Suitability of vessel in Alaska Service from
your respective departmental positon background —
not marketing.
(b) Specify minimum number of employees required to
* man ship — Mr. Meijer to meet separately with
%,   *$*?*   *  Mr, Reid.
*%,*fc*^) Any forseeable physical operational concerns of
* th$ vessel which are apparent aside from berthing,
pilotage, stevedoring etc.
Replies are required to reach me not later than Friday afternoon
July 20th — Mr. Jfeijer to contact Mr. Reid, Thursday July 19th.
&&&j
E)Form102-R
R. R.  Reid
Manager, Special Projects
Coastal Marine Operations
c.c. N. Cartwright - Confirming we will get together Friday,
July 20th for an evaluation of the plans.
V. Jones     - Various conversations.
D. Hall      - For your information.
M. W. Holland - For your information.
 Update "M.V. Africa"
Public Areas such as Lounges, Observation Rooms ., Bars, Dance Floor area remain
undefined and information is pending. Tom King is concerned about the fuel
consumption which he thinks may only be guesswork. We are concerned with the
age of the ship - built in Italy in 1952 - and where it has been since then. The
Africa isn't registerred in Lloydfs and Maple Shipping have no specs on her.
Some specificiations have been computed' on basis of the information given by
Joe Carton's office.
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Length    522.10f
Width      68.2'
Draft      2^.11f
Gross tonnage - 11, i0i|
Total known cabins 299
Total passengers  673
Max imum Speed Knotsl9 (app)
Sun Princess - 535'
"        76'
"  approx 2$'
"     - 17,000
"        378
"       700
" Knots   21
Vera Cruz  - 1*67'
"        6h'
ti        i
11      10,600
363
736
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Pat - 373*
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" 6000
"     151
"   19
Twin Screws
Crew Accommodation in 2 berth cabins for i?Q0T    m  	
Dining Room Capacity - 350.        »        380        t!       375  1 ff   181*
Measured Areas
Lido Deck        -    Public Room fAf - ll.h9' x 6l.l8T
Stroll Deck    -    Public Room fA» - 106.0iif x 6l.l8f
»B» - l|0.78f x iiO.781
Cabins
Upper Deck - Outside Cabins - 2 Beds, also 2 Beds and one Upper
Basically - 18.35f x 8.15'
Single Cabins  - 8f x 81
Inside Cabins  - 1 Bed, 1 Upper - 8! x 6!
2 Beds, 1 upper - 12f x 6*
ffA,! Deck - Outside Cabins - 2 beds, also 2 Beds and 1 Upper - l6T x 8f
Inside Cabins  - 1 Bed, 1 Upper - 9f x 6*
2 Beds, 2 Uppers - 9' x 9'
Shopping Center - 36.7f x 161 Galley - 1*0.63f x 6.1;f
Dining Room - 101.96' x 6i|.56r
nBff Deck  - Outside Cabins - 2 Beds, also 2 Beds and 1 Upper 22f x 8f
Inside Cabins - 1 Bed, 1 Upper , - 10f x 6f
Single Cabin  - 6f x 8f   2 Beds, 2 Uppers - l6f x 8f
Bureau - l6f x 8f  Laundry 20f x liif tapering to 12f width.
f?CM Deck  - Outside Cabins - 2 Beds, also 2 Beds and 1 Upper
Varies - 8.151 x 13* to 12f x 9f
 . 2
»Ct! Deck cont'd
Inside Cabins - 2 Beds 10.2! x 8!  (These cabins are intertwined with
the outside cabins)
Inside Cabins - 2 Beds, 1 Upper - 12f x 7§?, 1 Bed, 1 Upper 10T x 6f
Laundry - 2k1  x 28.5f tapering to lU.2f
Disco  - 53.02f x 2l|f
,fDM Deck - Cinema - 2k%  x 28.5f tapering in width to i;0f
All cabins are reported to have both toilet and showers - some with baths.
Concern - Lack of public rooms in comparison with capacity of ship.
R. R. Reid - July 16, 1979
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TRIM & STABILITY INFORMATION
BOOKLET
M.V. "FORT CHAMBLY"
Hull # 169
INDEX
PAGE
£
1. General Particulars
2. Plans showing Cargo Spaces. Storerooms and Tanks
3. Special Notes regarding the Stability and
Loading of the ship
4. Metric Conversions
5. Hydrostatic Particulars in F.W. & S.W.
6. Capacities, Centres of Gravity of Cargo Spaces, *
Storerooms, Crew and Effects
7. Capacities, Centres of Gravity and Free-Surface
Moments of Oil and Water Tanks
8. Notes on Free Surface Moments
9. Cross Curves of Stability (KN Curves)'(F.W.)
9.1 Cross Curves of Stability (KM Curves (S.W.)
10. Example showing use of Cross Curves (KN)
11. Deadweight Scale
12. Typical Condition Sheet
13. Statical Stability Curve for Condition
14. Condition Nos. 1 - 4 in Fresh Water
Condition No. 1   Lightship
Condition No. 2   Ballast:  Departure
Condition No. 2A  Ballast:  Arrival
Homogeneous Loading:  Departure
Homogeneous Loading:  Arrival
Loaded with Flour & 30 Tractor
Trailers:  Departure
Condition No. 3
Condition No. 3A
Condition No. 4
Condition No. 4A
Loaded with Flour & 30 Tractor
Trailers:  Arrival
1
2
3
4
5
a
11
12
12a
13
15
16
17
IS
19
23
27
31
35
39
 15.       Condition
Condition No. 5
Condition No. 6
Condition No. 6A
Condition No. 7
Condition No. 7A
Condition No. 8
Condition No. 8A
INDEX (Cont'd)
Nos. 5 - 8 in Salt Water
Lightship
Ballast:  Departure
Ballast:  Arrival
Homogeneous Loading:  Departure
Homogeneous Loading: Arrival
Loaded with Flour & 30 Tractor
Trailers:  Departure
Loaded with Flour &  30 Tractor
Trailers: Arrival
PAGE
43
44
43
52
56
60
64
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1.   GENERAL PARTICULARS
Ship,s Name:
M.V. "FORT CHAMBLY"
Official Number:
188396
Signal Letters: VCLV
Port of Registry:
Montreal, Canada
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Owners Name and Address:   Canada Steamship Lines Ltd.,
759 Victoria Square
Montreal, Quebec
Canada
Builders Name, Address and
Ship Number:
Collingwood Shipyards,
Collingwood, Ontario, Canada
■Hull #169
Date Keel Laid:
May 18, I960
Moulded Dimensions (Feet)  Length O.A.  462'-11"
Length B.P. 441*-4"
Breadth (Mid) 56'~0"
Depth • (Mid) 32,~0"
Summer Load Draft :  (Feet)  24»-2£" (F.W.)  23'-8" (S.W.)
c
Block Coefficient (Full)
Displacement (L. Tons)
0.7234  (F.W.)  0.7210 (S.W.)
12030  (F.W.)   12075 (S.W.)
Deadweight  (L.Tons)
8314  (F.W.)   8359  (S.W.)
Gross Tonnage:
5852
Net Tonnage:
3833
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5.1  HYDROSTATIC
(in salt water S
A/B = Above Keel
A - Aft Jos.
F » Fwd XL.
PARTICULARS
= 35 ft3/ton)
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Draft
A/B
[Feet]
Displacement
[Tons]
T.P.I"
Tons per
inch
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M.C.T.I"
Moment tc
Change
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One Inch
L.C *B*
from 55.
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L.C.F.
from 32.
[Feet]
V.C.B
A/B
[Feet]
Transverse
Metacentre
A/B
[Feet]
8
3588
41.97
912
1.55F
0.05A
4.25
34.90
9
4093
42.38
927
1.28F
0.43 A
4.78
30.85
10
4598
42.79
945
1.03F
0.79A
5-32
28.85'
11
5115
43.21
967
0.80F
1.17A
5.85
27.41
12
5633
43.62
992
0.57F
I.56A
6.38
26.32
13
6165
44.04
1017
0.35F
1.95 A
6.92
25.50
14
6696
44.47
1044
0.15F
2.35A
7.45
24.78
15
7234
44.90
1071
0.05F
2.77A
7.98
24.20
16
7771
45.32
1099
0.25A
3.21A
8.51
23.77
17
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45.75
1126
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2? , h.o
18
8871
46.17
1155
0.66 A
4.16A
9.57
23.14 • 1
19
9435
46.60
1183
O.88A
4.66A
10.10
22.95
20
9998
47.03
1212
1.12A
5.21A
10.63
22.85
21
10561
47.46
1239
1.37A
5.80A
11.16
22.81
22
11124
47.88
1268
1.62A
6.42A
11.70
22.81
23
11687
48.31
1298
1.88A
7.15A
12.24
22.87
24
12266
48.73
1328
2.16A
7.98A
12.78
22.98
25'
12857
49-16
1360
2.44A
. 6..6.7A
13.32
.23.14
The Hydrostatic Particulars given above have been
developed with the vessel floating on waterlines
which are level to the keel.
 -10a-
7-5 Ballast Water Tanks S =35.0 Ft^/Ton
A/B = Above Base
A = Aft Jtt-
F a Fwd 2a-
Compartment
Location
(Frame
Numbers)
CAPACITIES
Centres of
Free
Surfac e
Moment
[Ton ft
1005$ Full
Cubic Ft.
L.  Tons
at     %
Gravity
Tfeetl
V.C.G.
A/B
L.C«G•
fromJS-
Fore Peak
Stem - 11
3260
93.1
19.82
208.33F
67
Deep Tank
11 - 21
6740
192.6
11.62
L85.89F
628
Wing Tank
Port
21-41
3310
94.6
12.32
L52.28F
8
Wing Tank
Stbd.
21 - 41
3310
94.6
12.32
L52.28F
8
No. 1 D.B.  Port
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9800
280.0
2.63
.07.51F
1659
No.  1 D.B.   Stbd
21 - 69
9800
280.0
2.63
107.5IF
I659
No.   2 D.B.  Port
69 - 104
10950
312.9-
2.56
16.87F
4697
No.   2 D.B.   Stbd
69 - 104
10950
312.9
2.56
16.87F
4697
No.  3  D.B.  Port
104 - 137
9630
275-1
2.57
66.22A
3939
No.  3  D.B.   Stbd
104 - 137
9630
275.1
2.57
66.22A
3939
No.  4 D.B.   Port
137 - 150
2678
76.5
2.65
123.74A
405
Mo.  4 D.B.   Stbd
137 - 150
\    2678
76.5
2.65
123.74A
405
Aft Peak
172 - 188
\    2610
74.6
19.28
209.97A
743
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85346
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GZ a KN - KG „ « Sin 9
Where:
KN
Cross Curve ordinate [ft.]
KG j, o = Centre of Gravity above Keel corrected .
for free surface effects [ft.]
KG p s a KG (V.C.G.) +Z (Free Surface Correction) [ft.]
KG a 15.50 [ft.]
21 (Free Surface Correction) =0.20 [ft.] fAs calculated
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•   iSheet
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KN [ft.]    at
A=    6453.8Tons
see Cross Curves
Angle
of
Heel
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Sin 0
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6.64    *
15
0.2588
4.06
.   2.58
13.45
30
0.5000
7.85
5.60
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11.10
7.19                   1
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60
0.8660
13.60
6.65
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75
0.9659
15.16
5.28
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lues in the
last colum
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al
Stability Curve of the condition can be plotted.
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Station
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2.58
4
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5.60
1
5.60
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• 15.92
Area under 30° = ^/j      x s x I   ;
S =
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O
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GZ
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Where:
KN a Cross Curve ordinate [ft.]
KG « g a Centre of Gravity above Keel corrected .
for free surface effects [ft.]
KG p g = KG (V.C.G.) +Z (Free Surface Correction) [ft.]
KG a 15.37 [ft.] I
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tSheet      . I
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see Cross Curves
Angle
of
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>
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= KN -
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10.93
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14.93
5.56
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plotted.
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Area under curve up to 30°
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GZ a KN - KG FwS> Sin 9
Where:
KN a Cross Curve ordinate [ft.]
KG F s a Centre of Gravity above Keel corrected
for free surface effects [ft.]
KG F^Se = KG (V.C.G.) +Z (Free Surface Correction) [ft.]
KG = 20.11 [ft.]
T.  (Free Surface Correction) = q.IO [ft.] fAs calculated
Sin Condition
(.Sheet
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KN [ft.]    at
A = 12075     Tons
see Cross Curves
Angle
of
Heel
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Sin 9
KGF>S^  Sin0
GZ a KN - KGp^SinB
6.10
15
0.2588
5.23
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11.40
30
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1.39
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1.00
19.47   •
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al
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Area under curve up to 30
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Station
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Lever [ft]
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Multiplier
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for Area
0
0
1
0
15
0.87
4
3.48
30
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1
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2-
4.77
Area under 30° = 1/3  x s x Z
s =    15<
=   1/3     x  15 x 4.77
23 ^5
Area under up to 30° =   23.85        [ft.deg.]
*
2. Area Under curve up to 40
(Using Simpson's First  Rule)
Station
at Degrees
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Lever [ft.]
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for Area
0
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1-
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4
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1
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^
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-57- •
GZ a KN - KG y g Sin 9
Where:
KN a Cross Curve ordinate [ft.]
KG F s^ a Centre of Gravity above Keel corrected
for free surface effects [ft.]
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ISheet
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see Cross Curves
Angle
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15
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30
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45
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1.52
18.60
*     60
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75
0.9659
19.53
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Stability Curve of the condition can be plotted,
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CALCULATION FOR AREAS UNDER STATICAL STABILITY CURVE
Area under curve up to 30
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X
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• .
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- 61 -
GZ
KN - KG p g Sin 9
Where:
KN a Cross Curve ordinate [ft.]
KG F g = Centre of Gravity above Keel corrected .
for free surface effects [ft.]
KG FbS> = KG (V.C.G.) +Z (Free Surface Correction) [ft.]
KG = 18.41 [ft.]
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Sin Condition
tSheet
KG
F.S.
= 18.41  + 0.15  = 18.56  [ft.]
KN [ft.]     at
A = 8545-9   Tons
see Cross Curves
Angle
of
Heel
TDegrees]
Sin 9
KGF s>  Sin 9
GZ = KN - KGFaSin9
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15
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4.80
1.34
12.59
30
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3.31
17.23
45
0.7071
13.12
4.11
19.62
60
0.8660
16.07
3.55
20.05  '
75
0.9659
17-93
2.12
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Stability Curve of the condition can be plotted.
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Area under curve up to 30°
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GZ = KN - KG F s Sin 9
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Area under curve up to 30
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65 X 40* BUT HAS CERT FOR 500 PASS INCL 66 IN
.CABINS - OWNERS RECENTLY BEEN NEGOTIATING AND HOLDING
OUT FOR USD 12 MILL BUT WLD TRY GET DOWN TO 11.5 MILL
ALSO HAVE HAD FOLLWG NAMED TO US ALL ON MtLRY   PRIVATE
eAlS WHICH 'MIGHT* 8£ DEVELOPED -
MV 'STARMARK* _ •
ABT 2823 TDW. BLT.1971 NV
55 X 40' TRAILERS OR .170 X20' CONTRS
1 LIFT 30 TONS. STERN LOADING . .
2 X' -4000 BHP - ABT 18/19 KTS ON 24 T IFO (200)
TRY OFFER EXCESS USD 9 MILL ' ;.f
'BAYARD TYPE'
ABT5500 TDW> BLT 1975 NV
AST 1239 TRAILER METERS     . ^
2 X 6000 BHP PIELSTICK
ABT 19 KTS ON 40 T (1000) + 1.5 DO
TRY ARND USD 15 MILL EACH
MV 'GRIEG' ... ■
AST 5390 TDW. BLT 1972. BV HIGHEST ICE
ABT 60 X 12 M TRAILERS + 600 CARS .
9900 BHP STORK WERKSPOOR
ABT 18/19 KTS ON 35 T iFO (400) + 2DO
SISTER 'SIBELIUS'
FYG UNDSTD OWNERS THESE VSLS HAVE ORDERS FOR FIRST OF NEW
BO/RO TYPES FOR DELY IN 77 BUT BELIEVE THEY MIGHT CONSIDER
SELLING 'GRIEG* OR 'SIBELIUS' 3-4)834 8a 899* •
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R€  YRS 1BTH I NT ' IN RO/RO - ALTHOUGH REALISE NOT ALL FOLL FIT
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2 SISTER VSLS 'TBN' ?      .
ABT 17 00 TDW BLT 72 GL/BV
2 X 5 400 BHP MWM  ABT 16 K
ABT 50/60 TRAILERS 40' + SOME CARS/PASS.
RAMPS TO TRAILER DECK/LOWER HOLD
BEST OFFERS IN I TED WITH FLY PPT DELY BY ARRANGEMENT
3 resale ro/ro's
dely uan/mch/may 77 from European yard
abt 4500 tdw on 5.70 m
capacity 65 x 40' trailers (915 running metres)
(by lengthening by 27 m wud' increase to  1300 trailer m)
ramp main/weather deck     ' '    .
2 x 5100 bhp deutz - ast 13k
ideas usd 11  mill each
 <J   UNION   SYDNEY
ABT   6500   TDW.BLT   72   REBLT   12/73
ABT   1.148   TRAILER   METERS
(TTL   322   X  20*    CONTS   -   66   REEFER   PLUGS)
HANGING   CAR   DECKS
RAMPS   TO   UPPER.DECK  AND TANKTQP
2  X   4000   BHP   PIELSTICK
ABT   16.25   K  ON   31T   LIGHT   FUEL   *■   2   DO
IDEAS   USD   12   MILL   BASIS  DELY  MARCH/APRIL   7 7   »   TRADING
NEWZEALAND/AUSTRALIA
ALSO   POLL   RESALE   (GERMAN  YARD)   MIGHT   BE  DEVELOPED  ON
PRIVATE   BASIS    ■" ■•''-, .     '  .-
ABT   3000   TDW   ON   5.50   M.
DELY   APRIL  77   -   GL ' .
71* X   40'   TRAILERS   (ABT   348700   BALE)
2  X   3000   BHP   ENGINES   -   SERVICE  ABT   15.5   K
OWNERS   WILLING   DISCUSS   SALE   IF  ABT   DM  23   MlLL'OBTAINABLE
(FYG   SIMILAR   TYPE   TO   ABOVE  MIGHT  BE   DEVELOPED  AS   STRAIGHT, N/B
WHICH   ABLE   DO   18K   -   BELIEVE  SEVERAL   GERMAN   YARDS   CUD  OFFR   N/8 :   .-'
TRAILER   FERRY  FOR  ABT   70/75     UNITS   40'    AND   18K   AT   ARND  DM  23/24   MILL
FDR   DELY  UULY/AUG   77)
BELIEVE   POLL   RO/RO   -   PASS   VSL  STILL   AVAILABLE   BUT   PRESENTLY
CHECKING   LATEST   POSITION
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BLT   74   NV   -»•   1    Al    CAR   FERRY- ICE .B
ABT   65   X   40*    TRAILERS   +   30   CARS
100   PASS   WHEREOF   50    IN   CABINS
4 X   2310   BHP   NOHAB   DIESEL
ABT    18K  ON   30/32   T   DO i      ;
VSL  WAS   SCHEDULED  TO   BE  LENGTENED   LAST   MONTH   BY  20.25
M AND   IDEAS   HAVE   BEEN   IN   REGION   USD   12   MILL..
CHECKING   ON   OTHERS   AND WILL  REVERT   SOONEST
REGARDS .      '.     . .      '
TUW
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NORNAV   VCR
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vi,'   CARIBBEAN   PROGRESS
BRITISH   FLAG . •
ABT   4084   TDW.    BLT   1972   UK.   LR   S/3   76
ABT   9 3   X   40'    TRAlLES
2  X  4500   BHP   PIELST1CK
ABT   15.5/16   KTS   ON   28.T   IFO   (MAX  400)
2  X   40   T   LIFTS   ONE   EACH   TO   UPPDER   DECK/LOWER   HOLD-
OWNERS ASKING USD 12 MIL BUT ENCOURAGED TRY SLIGHTLY
LESS. DELY NOV 76 ON COMPL T/C - EXPECTED REDELIVERY
ECCANDA
MV   ANTONIO   SUARDIAZ/RIVA    INFANZON
AST   4243   TDW.   BLT   1976/75   BV
60   X   40*   TRAILERS
6000   BHP   WERKSPOOR.   ABT   15/16   KTS   ON   1000   KGS/HOUR   GO
2   INTERNAL   R^ftPS
IDEAS   USD   9.3   MILL   EACH'-   DELY  ONE   FLY   PPT   -   ONE   END'76
MV   VALER1E/VALLANN        "      '
ABT   6770   TDW.   BLT   1972   LR
60   X  40   FT   TRAILERS   +   I10CONTAINERS   20"
2 X  RUSTON   PAXMAN   -   TOTAL   4670, BHP   ABT   15   KTS
MCGREGOR   ELEVATPO   MAX  35   TONS
NEITHER   VSL  OFFICIALLY  FOR   SALE  BUT   TRY   DEVELOP  ONE   VSL  AT
ARND  SWKR   40   MIL   ON   BASIS   T/C   BACK  TILL   OWNERS   HAVE   DELY
THEIR   N/B'S   RESPECT IVLY  AUG-SEPT   7.7   AND'        '
FEB-MARCH   78
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2. Place and date
3.  Owners (Lossors)/Place of business
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5. Vessel's name (CI. 8)
8. Type of Vessel (motor or steam, dry-cargo, tank, reefer or passenger)
<iTc? £ l^ #/> * <-£ /V£      fv ££*-y
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CODE NAME; » PARECON #A'W PART J
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4. Charterers (LesseesJ/Place of business
6. Flag & country of registry (Ct. 8}
9.  GRT/NRT
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10. When/where built
11. Total dw. (abt.) In tons of 2,240 lbs. on summer freeboard
13.  Date of last special survey by the Vessel's classification society
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14.  Further particulars of Vessel (also Indicate minimum of months' validity of class Certificates agreed ace. to CI. 13} "~~"~
15. Port of delivery (C1.1)
16. Time for delivery (CI. 2}
19. Running days' notice If other than stated In CI. 2
17. Cancelling date (CI. 3)
18. Port of re-delivery (CI. 13}
VAw<rctxi/e/2
20. Frequency of dry;docking if other than stated In CI. 8 (Q
21. Trading limits (CI. 4}    A   I ~ ^ I      *4.->-     # ti ^i l~     ./ I    iT*" i    '      	
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24. Currency and method of payment (CI. S)
26. Bank guarantee/bond (sum and place) (Ct. 21, optional)
N/a
23.  Insurance (marine and war risks) (state value ace. to CI. 11 (e) or, if
applicable, ace. to CI. 12 (k)) (also state If CI. 12 applies)
20   Additional insurance cover for Charterers' account limited to (CI. 11 (b)
or, if applicable, CI. 12 (g))
/^fw.^^-ITV*cfai[■ 03^  S.G
32.  Latent defects (only to be filled in i» period other than stated in CM)
34. Place of arbitration (CI. 25) £~?«**i
23. Charter hire (CI. 9)
25. Place of payment; also state beneficiary and bank account (Cl~9)
27. Mortgage^), if any (CI. 10)
-nJa.
29. Additional Insurance cover for Owners' eccount limited to (CI. 11 (b)
or, If applicable. Cf.*12 (g))
n/a.
31. Brokerage commission and to whom payable (Cl. 24)
.  ^_„ -^nrrS"'    i£ in
33. Applicable law (CI. 25}
35. Hire/purchase agreement (state if Part 111 applies) (optional)
38.  Numbers of additional clauses covering special provisions. If agreed
PREAMBLE. - It Is mutually agreed that this Contract shall be performed subject to the conditions contained In this Charter which shall
Include Part I as v/ell as Part II. In the event of a conflict of conditions, the provisions of Part I shall prevail over those of Part II to the extent of
such conflict. It Is further mutually agreed that Part III shall only apply and shall only form part of this Charter if expressly agreed and stated In
Cox 35. If Part III applies It is further mutually agreed that In the event of a conflict of conditions, the provisions of Part I and Part II shall prevail
ovar those of Part HI to the extent of such conflict.
Signature (Owners (Lessors))
Signature (Chanerzr* (Lessees))
 "BARECON 'A""   Standard Bareboat Charter
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Port of DMJvery
The Vessel shall be delivered and taken over by the Charterers at
the port indicated in Box 15. ~" mr^ rr»*^y h>f?K.aB..tsa.r^f»t,«aft
The Owners shall before and at the time of delivery exercise due
diligence to make the Vessel seaworthy and in every resoect ready
In hull, machinery and equipment for service hereunder. The Vessel
shall be properly documented at time of delivery.
The delivery to the Charterers of the Vessel and the taking over of
the Vessel by th© Charterers shall constitute a full performance by
tho Owners of all the Owners* obligations hereunder, and thereafter
the Charterers shall not be entitled to make or assert any claim
against !he Owner3 on account of any representations or warranties
expressed or Implied with respect to the Vessel but the Owners
shall be responsible for repairs or renewals occasioned by latent
defects in the Vessel, her machinery or appurtenances, existing at
v-K ,ns t,me °* delivery under the Charter, provided such defects have
«^r manifested themselves within 18 months after delivery unless other-
^'i wise provided in Box 32.
2. Time for Delivery
The Vessel to be delivered not before the date Indicated in Box 16
unless with Charterers' consent.
Idftfrrrra-^'nirvvirm anroac' try Boy 19—thp fl'Mr^r* t« r-V-. *h? CSa&i****
ftst-loso- thrm.Sfutu-rvning dayal r.nfire,,of-tho d«it» on wht'oh t>.u Vc^cf
is~-o*f>o.r.t'a4 ■t€«-4^»- r>o?4y f.>g~d^Uu<uy.
Tha Owners to keep the Charterers closely advised of possible
changes in the Vessel's position.
3. Cancelling
Should the Vessel not be delivered latest by the cancelling date
indicated in Box 17, the Charterers to have the option of cancelling
this Charter.
If it appears that Vessel will be delayed beyond the cancelling date.
Owners shall, es soon as they are In a position to state with
reasonable certainty the day on which Vessel should be ready, give
notice thereof to Charterers asking whether they will exercise' their
option of cancelling, end the option must then be declared within
one hundred and sixty-eight (163) hours of the receipt by Charterers
of such notice. If Charterers do not then exercise their option of
cancelling, the seventh day altar the readiness date stated in
Owners' notice shall be regarded as a new cancelling date for the
purpose of this Clause.
■A.    Trading Limits
The Vessel shall be employed In lawful trades for the carriage of
suitable lawful merchandise within the trading limits indicated in
Box 21.
Notwithstanding any other provisions contained in this Charter it
Is agreed that nuclear fuels or radioactive products or waste are
specifically excluded from the cargo permitted to be loaded or
carried under this Charter. This exclusion does not apply to radioisotopes used or intended to be used for any industrial, commercial,
agricultural, medical or scientific purposes provided the Owners'
prior approval has t>een obtained to loading thereof.
_»
7.
Surveys ■
Survey on Delivery and Re-delivery. - The Owners and Charterers
shall each appoint surveyors for the purpose of determining and
agreeing In writing the condition of the Vessel at the time of delivery
and re-delivery hereunder. The Owners shall bear all expenses of
the On-Survey including loss c? time, if any. and the Charterers
shall bear all expenses of the Off-Survey including loss of time,
if any. at the rate of hire per day or pro rata, also including in each
case the cost of any docking and undocking, if required, in connection herewith.
Inspection
inspection. - The Owners shall have the right at any time to inspect
or survey the Vessel or instruct a duly authorised surveyor to carry
out such survey on their beh3lf to ascertain the condition of the
Vessel and satisfy themselves that the Vessel is being properly
repaired and maintained. Inspection or survey in dry-dock shall be
made only when the Vessel shall be in dry-dock for the Charterers*
purpose. However. Owners shall have the right to require the Vessel
to be dry-docked for inspection if Charterers are not docking her at
normal classification intervals. The fees for such inspection or
survey shs!! in the event of the Vessel being found to be in the
condition provided in Clause 8 of this Charter be payable by the
Owners and shall be paid by the Charterers only in the event of
the Vessel being found to require repairs or maintenance in order
to achieve the condition so provided. All time taken in respect of
inspection, survey or repairs shall count as time on hire and shall
form part of the Charter period.
Tho Charterers shall also permit the Owners to inspect the Vessel's
log books whenever requested and shall whenever required by the
Owners furnish them with full information regarding any casualties
or other accidents or damage to the Vessel. If required, the Charterers shall from time to time keep the Owners advised of the
intended employment of the Vessel.
Inventories and Consumable Oil and Stores
A complete inventory of the Vessel's entire equipment, outfit, appliances and of all consumable stores on board the Vessel shall be
m3de by the Charterers in conjunction with the Owners on delivery
8nd again on re-delivery of the Vessel. The Charterers and the
Owners respectively shall at the time of delivery and re-delivery take
over and pay for all bunkers. lubricating oil. water and unbroached
provisions, paints, oils, ropes and other consumable stores in the
said Vessel at the then current market prices at the ports of delivery
and re-delivery, respectively-
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
35
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
55
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
63
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84 9i
85 Bt
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
/   8. Maintenance and Operation 96
(a) The Vessel  shall during the Chapter period be In the full pos-   97
i session and at the absolute disposal for all purposes of the Char-   98
» terers and under their complete control in every respect. The Char-    99
] terers shall maintain tho Vessel, her machinery, boilers, appurtenan- 100
| ces and spare parts in a good state of repair, in efficient operating 101
\ cunditicn   and   in   accordance  with  good   commercial   maintenance 102
1 practice and. except as provided for in Clause 12 (I). they shall keep 103
» the Vessel  with  unexpired  classification  of  the class  indicated   in 104
| Box 12 and with other required certificates in force at all times.       105
IT
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The Charterers to take Immediate steps to have the necessary 108
repairs done within a reasonable time failing, which the Ownsrs 107
shall have the fight of withdrawing the Vessel from the service of 108
the Charterers wHbout noting any protest and without prejudice to 109
any claim the Owners may otherwise have on the Charterers under 110
the Charter. 111
Unless otherwise agreed, in the event of any Improvement, structural 112
changes or expensive new equipment becoming necessary for the 113
continued operation of the Vessel by reason of new class require- 114
ments or by compulsory legislation costing more than 5 per cent. 115
of the Vessel's marine insurance value as stated In Box 28, thsn 116
the arbitrators under Clause 25 shall have power to re-negotiate 117
thi3 Contract in a reasonable W3y having regard. Inter olla. to the 118
length of the period remaining under the Charter and may d9Cida 119
the ratio in which the cost of compliance shall bo shared between 120
the parties concerned. 121
The Charterers are required to establish and maintain financial 122
security or responsibility in respect of oil or other pollution damage 123
as required by any government, including Federal, state or municipal 124
or other division or authority thereof, to enable the Vessel, without 125
penatty or charge, lawfully to enter, remain at. or leave any port, 126
place, territorial or contiguous v/aters of any country, state or 127
municipality in performance of this Charter without any delay. This 128
obligation shall apply whether or not such requirements have been 129
lawfully imposed by such government or division or authority thereof. 130
The Charterers shall make and maintain all arrangements by bond 131
or otherwise as may be necessary to satisfy such requirements at 132
the Charterers' sole expense and the Charterers shall indemnify 133
the Owners against all consequences whatsoever (including loss of 134
time) for any failure or Inability to do so. 135
*T0V*_ef»-eeBgK»5s tfippTtvttrr-nr-utr^jiik rwssT?^-^^r»r^^3^i39
Charterers are required  to  enter the   Vessel  undexJtiie-*T0VALOP 137
SCHEME or under anysimilar compujsorxxicia
thic. ChartDf'GrKi£t-___ct3^s?:T, ^»f^^^SXff>f^5^
(b) The Charterers shall at their own expense and by their own 140
procurement man, victual, navigate, operate, supply, fuel end repair 141
the Vessel whenever required during the Charier period and they 142
shatl pay all charges and expenses or every kind and nature v/h3t- 143
soever incidental to their use and operation of the Vessel under 144
this Charter, including any foreign general municipality and/or state 145
taxes. The Master, officers and crew of the Vessel shall be the 146
servants of the Charterers for all purposes whatsoever, even if for 147
any reason appointed by the Owners. 148
Charterers shall comply with the regulations regarding officers and 149
crew in force in the country of the Vessel's registry and also with 150
those of their own country. 151
(c) During the currency of this Charter, the Vessel shall retain her 152
present name as indicated in Box 5 and shall remain under and fly 153
the flag as indicated in Box 6. Provided, however, that the Charterers 154
shall have the liberty; to paint the Vessel in their own colours, 155
install and display their funnel insignia and fly their own house flag. 156
Painting and re-painting, instalment and re-instalment to be for the 157
Charterers' account and time used thereby to count as time on hire. 158
(d) The Charterers shall make no structural changes In the Vessel 159
or changes in the machinery, boilers, appurtenances or spare parts 160
thereof without in each instance first securing the Owners* approval 161
thereof. If the Owners so agree, the Charterers shall. If the Owners 162
so require, restore the Vessel to its former condition before the 163
termination of the Charter. *$u _tf}_> £*ia»_m-2S *64
(e) The Charterers shall have the use of all outfit, equipment, and 165
appliances on board the Vessel at the time of delivery, provided 166
the same or their substantial equivalent shall be returned to the 167
Owners on re-delivery in the same good order and condition as 168
when received, ordinary v/ear and tear excepted. The Charterers 169
shall from time to time during the Charter period reptece such 170
items of equipment as shall be so damaged or worn as to be unlit 171
for use. Charterers are to procure that all repairs to or replacement 172
of any damaged, worn or lost parts or equipment be effected in 173
such manner (both as regards workmanship and quality of materials) 174
as not to diminish the value of the Vessel. The Charterers have the 175
right to fit additional equipment at their expense and risk but the 176
Charterers shall remove such equipment at the end of the period 177
if requested by the Owners. 178
Any equipment including radio equipment on hire on the Vessel 179
at time of delivery shall be kept and maintained by the Charterers 180
and the Charterers shall assume the Obligations and liabilities of 181
the Owners under any lease contracts in connection therewith and 182
shall reimburse the Owners for all expenses incurred in connection 183
therewith, also for any new equipment required in order to comply 184
with radio regulations,                                                                                185
(f) The Charterers shall dry-dock the Vessel and clean and paint 185
her underwater parts whenever the same may be necessary, but not 187
less than once in every eighteen calendar months after delivery 188
unless otherwise agreed in Box 20. * 189
Hire . -190
(a) The Charterers shall pay to th9 Owners for the hire of the Vessel 191
at the lump sum per calendar month as indicated In Box 23 com- 192
mencing on and from the date and hour of her delivery to the 193
Charterers and at and after the agreed lump sum for any part of a 194
month. Hire to continue until the date and hour when the Vessel is 195
re-delivered by the Charterers to her Owners. 196
(b) Payment of Hire, except for the first and last month's Hire. If 197
sub-clause (c) of this Clause is applicable, shall be made In cash 198
without discount every month In advance on the first day of each 199
month in the currency and in the manner indicated in Box 24 and 200
at the place mentioned in Box 25. 201
(c) Payment of Hire for the first and last month's Hire if less than 202
a full month shall be calculated proportionally according to the 203
number of days in the particular calendar month and advance pay- 204
ment be effected accordingly. 205
(d) Should the Vessel be lost or missing. Hire to cease from the 206
date and time when she was lost or last heard of. Any Hire paid in 207
advance to be adjusted accordingly. 208
(e) In default of payment beyond a period of seven running days 209
the Owners to have the right cf withdrawing the Vessel from the 210
service of the Charterers, without noting any protest and without 211
Interference  by any  court  or any  other  formality  whatsoever and 212
[Charterer to advise Owner  immediately of^_
any damage-or  loss  sustained by  the vessel;,)
same  to be  fol lowed by a  detai led, wrl tten V.
report.     In event damage affects  class,     .   I
|same  to be   reported by  cable or  telephone     i
to Owner  (or  its   representative)   Immediately  and vessel   not   to be operated
until   such   time  as  said damage   Is   repatred
\ to satisfaction  of ClasslfI cation.Society*
■
 ~fafttti^
"BARECON 'A'~    Standard Bareboat Charter
without   orejudice   to   nny  claim   the   Owners   may  otherwise   have 213
'    Charterers under the Charter. 214
shall  entitle the Owners  to  an 215
wj'nout   ore
-•■gainst^'*
(f>  Any C,\rf
stay   in   payment   of   Hire
interest Of to per cent, per annum
Mortgage
216
217
Owners'warrant that they have not effected any mortgage of the 218
Vessel unless otherwise indicated in Box 27. Owners hereby under-219
take not to effect any (other) mortgage of the Vessel without Chart- 220
erers* prior approval. Any mortgage approved by Charterers here-221
under is herein referred to as an "approved mortgage" and any 222
mortgagee under an approved mortgage is herein referred to as an 223
"approved mortgagee". 224
(rlAII time U3ed for repairs under the provisions of sub-clause (d) 319
ano\{s) of this Clause end lor repairs of latent defects according 320
to Clause 1 above, including any deviation, shall count as time on 321
hire am* shall lorm part of the Charier period. 322
The Owners shall not be responsible for any expense* as are In- 323
cldent to the use and oparation of the Vessel for such time as may 324
be required to make such repairs. 325
(g) If the concfttlans of the above insurances permit additional In- 326
surance to ba placed by the parties such cover shall be limited to 327
the amount for eac\party set out in Box 23 and Box 30. respectively. 323
Owners or Charterer's the case may be shall immediately furnish 329
the other party with particulars of any additional insurance effected. 330
including copies of anyx cover notes or policies and the written 331
consent of the Insurers ohany such required insurance in any case 332
where the consent of such Insurers is necessary. 333
Insurance and Repairs 225
(a) During the Charter period the Vessel shall be kept insured by 226
Charterers at their expense against marine, war and Protection and 227
Indemnity risks in such form as Owners shall in writing approve. 228
which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. Such marine, war 229
and P. and I. insurances shall be arranged by Charterers to protect 230
the interests" of both Owners and Charterers and "approved mort-231
cjrigaeV (if any), and Charterers shall be at liberty to protect under 232
such insurances the interests of any managers they may appoint. All 233
insurance policies shall be in the joint names of Owners and Chart- 234
erers as their interests may appear. 235
li the Charterers fail to arrange and keep any of the insurances 233
provided for under the provisions of sub-clause (a) above in the 237
manner described therein. Owners shall notify Charterers whereupon 233
Charterers shall rectify the position within seven running days. 239
failing which Owners shall have the right to withdraw the Vessel 240
from the service of the Charterers without prejudice to any claim 241
the Owners may otherwise have against the Charterers. 242
The Charterers shall, subject to the approval of the Owners and 243
the Underwriters, effect all insured repairs and shall undertake 244
settlement of all costs in connection with such repairs as well as 245
insured charges, expenses and liabilities (reimbursement to be 246
secured by the Charterers from the Underwriters) to the extent of 247
coverage under the insurances  herein  provided for. 243 13.  Re-dehvery
(h) Should the Vessel becomexan actual or constructive total loss 334
under the insurances required under sub-clause (a) of th?s Clause. 335
all insurance payments for such loss shall be paid to Owners, who 336
shall distribute the moneys between\themse!ves and Charterers ac- 337
cording to their respective interests.  V 338
(i) If the Vessel becomes an actual total loss or a constructive total 339
loss under the insurances arranged by Owners in accordance with 340
sub-clause (a) of this Clause, this Charter shall terminate as of the 341
date of the casualty giving rise to such loss. \ . 342
(j) Charterers shall upon the request of Owners> promptly execute 343
such documents as may be required to enable Owners to abandon 344
the Vessel to Insurers and claim a constructive total loss. 345
(k> For the purpose of insurance coverage against marine and war 346
risks under the provisions c? sub-clause (a) of this Clausa.Mhe value 347
of the Vessel is the sum indicated in Box 28. v 348
(I) Notwithstanding anything contained in Clause 8 (a). ?: is aqreed 349
that under the provisions of Clause 12, if applicable, the Owners 350
shall keep the Vessel with unexpired classification in force at all 351
•trmos--oufin3 the* Gh_f4ef^peHe^— .,,   -     . .      .. t ^352
The Charterers also to remain responsible for and to effect repairs 249
arid settlement of costs and expenses incurred thereby in respect 250
of all other repairs not covered by the insurances and/or not ex-251
ceeding any possible franchise(s) or deductibles provided for in 252
the insurances. 253
All time used for repairs under the provisions of sub-clause (a) of 254
this Clause and for repairs of latent defects according to Clause 1 255
above including any deviation shall count as time on hire and 256
shall form part of the Charter period. 257
(b) If the conditions of the above insurances permit additional In- 258
surance to be placed by the parties, such cover shall be limited 259
to the amount for each party set out in Box 29 and Box 30, 260
respectively. Owners or Charterers as the case may ba shall im-261
mediately furnish the other party with particulars of any additional 262
insurance effected, including copies of any cover notes or policies 263
and the written consent of the Insurers of any such required in- 2C4
sucance in any case where the consent of such Insurers is necessary. 265
(c) Should the Vessel  become an actual or constructive total  loss 266 ^   Hon-Lien
under the insurances required under sub-clause (a) of this Clause, 267
all  insurance payments for such loss shall ba paid to Owners, who 2S8
shall distribute the moneys between themselves and Charterers ac- 269
cording to their respective interests. 270
353
The  Charterers shall  at  the  expiration  of  the  Charter  period   re* 354
deliver the Vessel at a safe and ice-free port as indicated in Box 18. 355
Should the Vessel be ordered on a voyage by which the Charter period 360
may be exceeded the Charterers to have the use of the Vessel 351
to enable them to complete the voyage, provided it could be 332
reasonably calculated that the voyage would allow re-delivery about 363
the time fixed for the termination of the Charter. 364
The Vessel shall be re-delivered to the Owners in the same or as 365
good structure, state, condition and class as that in which she was 366
delivered, fair wear and tear not affecting class excepted. 367
The Vessel upon re-delivery shall have her survey eveies up to date 368
and class certificates valid for at least the number of months agreed 369
in Box 14. 370
(d) Owners shall upon the request of Charterers, promptly execute 271
such documents as may be required to enable Charterers to abandon 272
the Vessel to Insurers and claim a constructive total loss. 273
(e) For tha purpose of insurance coverage against marine and war 274
risks under the provisions of sub-clause fa) of this Clause, the value 275
of the Vessel is the sum indicated in Box 23. 276
12<-4^^uranc,a. ,R»palgs,ami-CI-as&*4^a4^»w——_»--, _ ^       277
278
279
(a) During the Charter period the Vessel shall be kept insured by 280
the Owners at their expense against marine and war ris*s under 281
the form of policy or policies attached hereto. The Owners and/or 282
Insurers shall not have any right of recovery or subrogation against 283
the Charterers on account of loss of or any damage Ao the Vessel 284
or her machinery or appurtenances covered by suet* insurance, or 285
on account of payments made to discharge claims against or 236
liabilities of the Vessel or Owners covered by sych insurance. All 287
Insurance policies shall be in the joint namos of Owners and 283
Charterers as their interests may appear. / 289
(Optional, only to apply it expressly agreed and stated In
in which event Ciajse 11 shall be considered deleted).
Box' 2B,
371
Charterers will not suffer, nor permit to be continued, any lien or 372
encumbrance incurred by them or their agents, which might have 373
priority over the title and interest of the Owners in the Vessel. 374
The Charterers further agree to fasten to the Vessel in a conspicuous 375
place and to keep so fastened during the Charter period a notice 376
reading as follows: - 377
"This Vessel is the property of (name of Owners). It Is under 378
charter to (name of Charterers} and by tho terms of the Charter 379
Party neither the Charterers nor the Master have any right, pov/er 380
or authority to create, incur or permit to be imposed on the 381
Vessel any lien whatsoever." 382*
Charterers shall indemnify and hold Owners harmless against any 333
lien of whatsoever nature arising upon the Vessel during the Charter 384
period while she is under the control of Charterers, and against 385
any claims against Owners arising out of the operation of the Vessel 335
by Charterers or out of any neglect of Charterers in relation to the 337
Vessel or the operation thereof. Should the Vessel be arrested by 388
reason of claims or liens arising out of her operation hereunder 383
by Charterers, Charterers shall at their own expense take all 330
reasonable steps to secure that within a reasonable time the -Vessel 391
is released and at their own expense put up bail to secure release 392
of the Vessel. 393
aar. /
ssel shall  b
(b) During the Charter period the Vessel shall be kept insured by 290
the Charterers at their expense against Protection and Indemnity 291
risks in such form as Ov/ners shall in writing approve which ap- 292
proval shall not be unreasonably withheld. V. the Charterers fail to 293
arrange and keep any of the insurances provided for under the 294
provisions of sub-clause (b) in the manner described therein. Owners 295 15. Salvage
15.  Owners* Lien 394
Tho Owners to have a lien upon all cargoes and sub-freights b°- 395
longing to the Charterers and any Bill of Lading freight for all 396
claims under this Charter, and the Charterers to" have a lien on 397
the Vessel for all moneys paid In advance and not earned 393
shall notify Charterers whereupon Charterers shati rectify the posi- 296
tion within seven running days, failing which Owners shatl have 297
the right to withdraw the Vessel from the service of the Charterers 298
without prejudice to any claim/the Owners may otherwise have 299
against the.Charterers. / 300
(c) In the event that any act .or negligence of the Charterers shatl 301
vitiate any of the insurance/herein provided, the Charterers shall 302
pay to the Owners all losses and indemnify the Owners against all 303
claims and demands which would otherwise have been covered by 304
such insurance. / 305
399 .
(d) The Charterers shall, subject to the approval of the Ov/ners or 305
Owners* Under.vriters/effect all insured repairs, and the Charterers 307
shall   undertake   settlement  of  all   miscellaneous   expenses   in   con-303 wr-u*ne,u» ^verjg
r.ection with such/repairs a3 well as all insured charges, expenses 303
and   liabilities,   to   the   extent   of   coverage   under   the   insurances 310
provided for unefer the provisions of sub-clause (a) of  this  Clause. 311
Charterers   to ybe   secured   reimbursement   through   Owners'   Under-312
writers for such  expenditures upon  presentation of  accounts.
All salvage and towage shall be for the Charterers' benefit and the 400
cost of repairing damage occasioned thereby shall be borne by 401
the Charterers. 402
17. Wreck Removal 403
In the event of the Vessel becoming a wreck or obstruction to 404
navigation the Charterers shall indemnify the Owners coainst any 405
sums whatsoever which the Owners shall become liable to pay 405
and shall pay in consequence of the Vessel becoming a wreck or 407
obstruction to navigation. 403
313
General Average.  If any. shall  be  adjusted according to iheX^rr^f(0
Antwerp Rules 1974 or any subsequent moajfic^lkLO-tWrtroT^urrent 411
at the lime of the casuajty^________-——■  412
The GJ22£2**fz}£i**^^ _-_Jl_gje     __, 413
(e) The Charterers  to  remain  responsible  for and to  effect  repairs 314 19. Assignment and Sub-Demise                                                                               414
and settlement of costs and  expenses  incurred  thereby in  respect 315 The Charterers shall  not  assign this Charter Party nor sub-demise 415
of all  omer repairs  not  covered  by the  insurances and/or not ex- 316 the V^s^l <7^r-^~-rrj:iv  fc_  ,).*'■     - a ."-~Mn a*-'JUas  of ■'S*  c™ .. r A1 G
ceedinfl* any  possible  franchise(s)   or  deductibles  provided   for In 317 erhi ^ I  ," .   »M»a   illii.,i.i,_^_,-d-_Kr;»sSf'M asd r,-v--jT-~"t U_____^_atfas,417
the insurances.                                                                                                          318 eed- cimui'iionr  q.d <\hj> Gyyf.»rs••&i>3i*- &ftftfrOv^.                                               418
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 T3Mrtt_.u»M   a       ^raTvaara baretioarxriafTer"
.23.
21.
419
Thp' Chafers* are to procure that all Bills of Lading Issued for 420
cirri*"© of goods under this Charter shall contain a Paramount 421
Clause incorporating any legislation relating to Carrier's liability 422
•lor cargo compulsorily applicable in the trade; if no such legislation 423
exists the Bills of Ladmg shall incorporate the British Carriage 424
of Goods by Sea Act. The Bills of Lading shall also contain the 425
amended New Jason Clause and the Both-to^Btame Collision Clause. 426
Tho Charterers agree to indemnify the Owners against all con- 427
sequences or liabilities arising from the Master, Officers or Agents 423
signing Bills of Lading or other documents. 429
Dank Guarantee 430
The Charterers undertake to furnish, before delivery of the Vessel. 431
a first class bank guarantee or bond in the sum and at the place 432
as indicated in Box 26 as guarantee tor full performance of their 433
obligations under this Charter. 434
(Optional, only to apply it Box 2S filled In). 435
destination, delivery or in any other wi*e whatsoever given by the 480
Government of the nation under whose flag the Vessel sails or any 481
other Government or any person (or body) acting or purporting to 482
act with the authority ©f such Government or by any committer or 483
eerson having under the terms of the war  risks  Insurance on the 484
essel the right to  give any such orders or directions. 485
22.
Requisition/Acquisition 436
(a) In the event of the Requisition for Hire of the Vessel by any 437
governmental or other competent authority (hereinafter referred to 438
as "Requisition for Hire") irrespective of the date during the Charter 439
period when "Requisition for Hire" may occur and irrespective of the 440
length thereof and whether or not it be for an indefinite or a limited 441
period of time, and irrespective of whether it may or will remain 442
in force for the remainder of the Charter period, this Charter Party 443
shall not be deemed thereby or thereupon to be frustrated or other-444
wise terminated and the Charterers shall continue to pay the 445
stipulated hire in the manner provided by this Charter until the 446
time when the Charter Party would h3ve terminated pursuant to 447
any of the provisions hereof always provided however that in the 448
event of "Requisition for Hire* any Requisition Hire or compensation 449
received or receivable by the Owners shall be payable to the 450
Charterers during the remainder of the Charter period or the period 451
of the "Requisition for Hire" whichever be the shorter. 452
The Hire under this Contract shall be payable to the Owners from 453
the same time as the Requisition Hire is payable to tha Charterers.    454
(b) In the event of the Owners being deprived of their ownership 455
in the Vessel  by any Compulsory Acquisition of the Vessel or re- 455
Acquisition* may occur, this Charter shall be deemed terminated 460
as of tha date of such "Compulsory Acquisition". In such event 461
Charter Hire to be considered as earned and to be paid up to the 462
date and time of such "Compulsory Acquisition". 463
(c) In the event of tha outbreak of war (whether there be a declaration of war or not) betwaen any two or more of the foUowing
countries: the United Kingdom, the United States of America. France,
the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the People's Republic of
China or in the event of the nation under who3e flag the Vessel sails
becoming involved in war (whether there be a declaration of war
or not), hostilities, warlike operations, revolution, or civil commotion preventing Vessel's normal trading either the Owners or
the Charterers may cancel this Charter, whereupon the Charterers
shall re-deliver the Vessel to the Owners in accordance with Clause
13, If she has cargo on board after discharge thereof at destination
or If debarred under this Clause from reaching or entering it at a
near open and safe port as direcled by the Owners, or If she ha3
no cargo on board, at the port at which she then Is or If at sea
at a near cpen and safe port as directed by the Owners. In all
cases hire shall continue to be paid in accordance with Clause 9
and except as aforesaid all other provisions ol this Gharter shall
apply until re-delivery.
(d) If in compliance with the provisions of this Clause anything Is
done or is not done, such not to be deemed a deviation.
436
487
483
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
495
497
493
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
24.  Commission^-	
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23.  War
(a) The Vessel unless the consent of the Owners be first obtained
not to be ordered nor continue to any place or on any voyage nor
be used on any service which will bring her within a zone which
is dangerous as the result of any actual or threatened act of war,
war, hostilities, warlike operations, acts of piracy or of hostility or
malicious damage against this or any other vessel or its cargo by
any person, body or State whatsoever, revolution, civil war, civil
commotion or the operation of international law, nor be exposed
in any way to any risks or penalties whatsoever consequent upon
the imposition of Sanctions, nor carry any goods that may in any
way expose her to any risks of seizure, capture, penalties or any
other interference of any kind whatsoever by the belligerent or
fighting powers or parties or by any Government or Ruler.
(b) The Vessel to have liberty to comply with any orders or directions   as   to   departure,   arrival,   routes,   ports   of   call,   stoppages.
The -Qw-iexd-lo pay a commission at the rate indicated in Box 31
to the Brokers named in Box 31 on any hire paid under the Charter
but in no case less than is necessary to cover the actual expenses
of the Brokers and a reasonable fee for their work. If the full hire
is not paid owing to breach of Charier by either of the parties the
party liable therefor to indemnify the Brokers against their loss of
commission. *£55 f%?fe>c5
Should the parties agree to cancel the Charter, Xhb^O^^-^xo
indemnify the Brokers against any loss of commission -KiWl-usuala
er.ao  tha   foromiahn   uo*.
pn*  rairx  fcc_U&»4£ct-iweb
a*prwt.-,ttiii ,hroV,ora-ge--i5rrr«
-<^3_4t&a*~&.
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
515
-616
517
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
473
479
25.  Law and Arbitration 518
This Charter shall be governed by the law of the country agreed 519
in Box 33 (If Box 33 not filled in. English Law shall apply). Any 520
dispute arising out of this Charter shall be referred to arbitration 521
in London or at the place agreed in Box 34. as the case may be. 522
the dispute being setfled by a single Arbitrator to be appointed 523
by the parties hereto. If the parties cannot agree upon the appoint- 524
ment of the single Arbitrator the dispute shall be settled by three 525
Arbitrators, each party appointing one Arbitrator, the third being 526
appointed by the Arbitrators of the parties. If the Arbitrators fail 527
to agree on the appointment of the third Arbitrator, such appoint- 528
ment shall be made by -Thn Pn;rin,,nn,ri,tnf.axnn«^p^} __*«&-=»» Cnn 529
fersnes'-in Co^on.ha50-i^,li either of the appointed Arbitrators refuses 530
or is incapable of acting, the party who appointed him shall appoint 531
a new Arbitrator in his place. 532
If one party fails to appoint an Arbitrator - either originally or by 533
way of substitution — for two weeks after the other party having 534
appointed his Arbitrator has sent the party making default notice by 535
mail, cable or telex to make the appointment. Tho ■.BaUio and Inier* 536
kjB__M_B-i t__-_u3aa ''W-'-if-^r* shall, after application from the party 537
having appointed his Arbitrator, also appoint an Arbitrator on behalf 538
of the party making default. 539
The award rendered by the Arbitration Court shall be final and 540
binding upen the parties and may if necessary be enforced by 541
the Court or any other competent authority in the same manner 542
as a judgement in the Court of Justice. 543
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 'BARECON *A'~    Standard Bareboat Charter
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HIRE/PURCHASE AGREEMENT
(Optional, only to apply it expressly agreed and stated in Box 35j
OrT'expi7^S5n~otthis Charter and provided Charterers have fulFTTJein
their obligatRTrKinccording to Parts I and 11, it is agreed, that on '
payment of the Rr^tsmonth's hire instalment as per Clause 9 the I
Charterers have purch_s<id the Vessel with everything belonging to !
her and the Vessel is fully*>ajd for. I
If the payment of the Instalm>r>*<due Is delayed for less than 7!
running days or for .a reason beyontKQharterers* control, the right !
of withdrawal urx.'er the terms of ClausV*_Je) of Part II shall not !
be exercised. However, any delay in paymenPoJ^the instalment due !
shall entitle the Owners to an interest of 10 per cfcnl^per annum.
?7.  In the following paragraphs the Owners are referred to as the Sell
and the Charterers as the Buyers.
23. The Vessel shall be delivered by the Sellers and taken over by the 555
Buyers on expiration of the Charter. 557
The Sellers guarantee that the Vessel, at the time of delivery^
free from all encumbrances and maritime liens or any dobie^/nat
soever other than those arising from anything dona^or'not done by
the Buyers or any existing mortgage agree^Ls^rTio be paid off by
the time of delivery. Should any cliyjD*r^vnich have been incurred
prior to tha time of deliverv^>-m3c*e*against the Vessel, the Sellers
hereby undertake JoJ^rfOTnTfy the Buyers against all consequences
of such claip4>^toihe extent it can ba proved that Sellers are
respans*Sfrr=f"for such claims. Any taxes, notarial, consular and other
chafes and pxpsnsesjconn^c'ed with the purchase and registration
'triiJer DujeiTTTfag, shall be for Buyers' account. 'Ai.y taxes; icu;>utar
d3
559
550
561
562
563
554 32.
555
565
567
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and  other  charges  and   expenses   connected  with   closing
Sellers* register, shall be lor Sellers' account.
In exchange for payment of the last month's hire instalment th><5?1
Sellers shall furnish the Buyers with a Bill of Sale duly otb>*ted 572
and legalized, together with a certificate setting out the recfistered 573
encumbrances, if any. On delivery of the Vessel the J&riffers shall 574
provide for deletion of the Vessel from the Shipper \Register and 575
deliver a certificate of deletion to the Buyers, y^ 576
The Sellers shall, at the time of delivery, fprtd to the Buyers all 577
classification certificates (for hull, engineer anchors, chains, etc.), 578
as well as all plans which may be in^8e'llers' possession. 579
The Wireless InstallatiojL^rTcF Nautical  instruments, unless on hire. 5S0
ajj be included \&*#ne sale without any extra payment. 581
Tiie^Vessel witTT>v^rything belonging to her shall be at Sellers' risk 532
"and expense until stress delivered to the Buyers, subject to the 533
conditions of this Contract^an^the Vessel with everything belonging 584
to her shall be delivered and r&keri over as she is at the time of 535
delivery, after which the Sellers sh_ll have no responsibility for 536
possible faults or deficiencies of any dessdotion.
587
The Buyers undertake to pay for the repatriation oTthe Captain. 588
Officers and other personnel if appointed by the Sailers to^lqe port 539
where the Vessel entered the Bareboat Charter as per Clause 1 690
(Part II) or to pay the equivalent cost far thnir jnuxfley to any otriec591
place. ~~ H5^2
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26.     Charterers   to have  the option of breaching  Institute Warranty
Limits;,  such breaching being subject  to Owner's  prior approval
and  that  of Underwriters  and  in which event  all   extra  insurance
to be  for Charterer's  account.
The  vessel  not  to be ordered  to nor bound to enter:
a)     Any place where  fever or epidemics  are prevalent or  to which
the  master,   officers  and crew by   law are not.: bound to follow
the vessel:
k)     Any  ice-bound place or any place where  1ights,'1Ight-ships,
« r
marks  and buoys  are or are  likely  to be withdrawn by  reason
of  ice on  the vessel's  arrival   or where  there   is   risk  that
ordinarily  the vessel will  not be able on account of  ice to
reach  the place or  to get out after having completed  loading
or discharging.     The vessel   not  to be obliged  to force  ice.
I f on  account of  ice   the  master considers   it dangerous   to
remain at  the   loading or discharging place  for fear of the
vessel  being  frozen   in and/or damaged,  he has   Hberly  to
sail   to a  convenient open place and await  the Charterer's  fresh
Instructions.
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27-  Charterers undertake that no dangerous cargo as defined by
the Canada Shipping Act (Section hG]) y   Dangerous Goods
Shipping Regulations, shall be consigned for carriage on
the vessel at any time.
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28.     Any modifications  made  to the  vessel  by  charterers  before or
after commencement of the charter must be  approved by  the
American Bureau of Shipping.
Owners have  tifte* option at  the end of  the  charter period
to restore  the vessel   to its  condition  as   received from
the builders  at Charterer's  expense.
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29.     It   Is  agreed  that  the   insurance Policies  noted  in Clause   II
above shall  be  arranged by Owners  as  Agents   for Charterers  and
Owners  shall   invoice Charterers.     In  all   other  respects   the provisions   of Clause   II   shall   apply.
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 30.     NEW JASON  CLAUSE
1 General   average  to be payable according to York-Antwerp
Rules,   137**»  but where  the  adjustment  Is  made   in  accordance
with  the   law and^practice of  the  United States  of America,   the
following  clause shall   apply:
Mn  case  of accident,   danger,   damage or disaster,  before or
after commencement  of  the  voyage,   resulting  from any  cause
whatsoever whether due  to negligence or not,   for which,  or for  the
consequence of which  the shipowner 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  sacrifices,   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  before
del I very. '
The  Charter Hire not   to contribute  to General   Average.
 5|
BOTH-TO-BLAHE   COLLISION   CLAUSE
"If  the  ship  comes   into collision v/i th  another ship as  a
result of  the  negligence  of  the other ship  and  any  act,
neglect or  default of  the master,  mariner,  pilot or  the
servants  of  the  carrier  In   the  navigation or  in   the
management of   the  ship,   the owners  of  the  goods   carried
hereunder wi11   indemnify  the carrier against   all   loss  or
liability  to the other or non-carrying ship or her ov/ners
Insofar as. such   loss or  liability  represents   loss  of,  or
damage to,  or any claim whatsoever of ttie ov/ners of said
r
goods,  paid or payable by   the other or non-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
her ov/ners  as  part of their claim against  the  carrying
ship or carrier.1
'The  foregoing provisions  shall   also apply v/here  the owners,
operators  or  those  in  charge of any ship or ships  or objects
other  than,  or  in  addition   to,   the  colliding ships  or objects
are at   fault   in   respect  to a collision or  contract.1
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WAR RISKS   DEVIATION  CLAUSE
'The ship shall   have   liberty  to comply with any orders  or
directions  as  to departure,  arrival,   routes,  ports  of call,
stoppages,   destination,   delivery or otherwise howsoever
given  by  the  government of  the  nation  under whose  flag
the vessel   sails or any department thereof,  or any person
acting or purporting to act with  the authority of such
government or of any  department  thereof, or by any committee
or persons  having,   under  the  terms  of  the war  risks   insurance
on  the ship,   the   right  to give such orders  oh directions
and  if by  reason of and  in compliance with any such orders
or directions  anything is  done or  is  not  done,  the same
shall   not be  deemed a deviation,  and delivery  in accordance
with such  orders  or directions  shall  be  a fulfilment of the
contract  voyage  and  the  freight  shall  be payable accordingly.1

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