Model charter party for the hottest voyage

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Model voyage charter party

part I

1 Shipping broker

the Baltic international shipping company recommends that the unified general cargo charter party (revised in 1922 and 1976) include the "f.i.o" option and other codes (right to be used for trade without implementing the approved format): "Jinkang"

2. Place and date

3 The place of business of the ship owner (Article 1)

4 Lessee/place of business (Article 1)

5 Ship name (Article 1)

6 Total registered tons/pure registered tons (Article 1)

7 Cargo tonnage (approx.) (clause 1)

8 Now dynamic (Article 1)

9 Estimated date of readiness for loading (approximately) (Article 1)

10 Place of loading port (Article 1)

11 Unloading port location (Article 1)

12 Cargo (specify the quantity and the agreed range of options for the ship owner at the same time. If there is no agreement on full cargo, specify "partial cargo" (Article 1)

13 Freight rate (specify whether to pay according to the delivered quantity or the shipped quantity) (Article 1)

14 Payment of freight (specify the name of currency and payment method, as well as the beneficiary and bank account number) (Article 4)

15 Handling costs inhibit their use as functional materials (specify the choice of (a) or (b) in Article 5); At the same time, indicate whether the ship has no handling equipment

16 Loading and unloading time (if the respective time of loading is agreed. Fill in (a) or (b); For example, according to the total time of loading and unloading, fill in (c) (Article 6)

(a) loading time

(b) unloading time

(c) total time of loading and unloading

17 Shipper (specify name and address) (Article 6)

18 Demurrage rate (loading and unloading) (Article 7)

19 Deconstruction day (Article 10, such as Beijing power supply system)

20 Brokerage commission and to whom (Article 14)

21 The additional provisions of the special provisions of the relevant agreement

it is hereby mutually agreed that this contract shall be performed in accordance with the conditions set out in part I and part II of the charter party. In case of any conflict between the conditions, the provisions in part I shall prevail over part II, but to the extent of the conflict

Part II

1 It is hereby agreed by the owners of the following vessels listed in column 3 and the Charterers referred to in column 4 as follows:

see column 5 for the names of steam engine vessels or internal combustion engine vessels, see column 6 for the total/net registered tons, see column 7 for the cargo deadweight, see column 8 for the current dynamics, and see column 9 for the approximate time to prepare for loading according to this charter party

the above ships should sail to the loading port or place listed in column 0 that can be loaded evenly and continuously during the process of the experiment, or the nearby place where the ship can safely arrive and always float, and will carry the goods listed in column 12 in full hold and full load (if the deck cargo is loaded by agreement, the charterer shall bear the risk.) (the charterer shall provide all mats and/or timbers for dunnage and required partitions. If required, the shipowner shall permit the use of any dunnage timbers on board). The lessee bound himself to ship the goods. After this loading, the ship shall sail to the unloading port or place listed in column 11 and designated when issuing the bill of lading, or the nearby place where the ship can safely arrive and always float, and deliver the goods after paying the freight at the rate specified in column 13 according to the quantity of goods delivered or shipped in column 13

2. The owner's clause

the owner's loss, damage or delay in the delivery of the goods is limited to the fact that the cause of the loss, damage or delay is due to the improper or negligent stowage of the goods (except that the stowage is completed by the shipper/charterer or its stevedores or employees), or because the owner or manager himself fails to exercise due care to make the ship seaworthy in all respects and ensure the proper manning Equip the ship and provide supplies, or due to the acts or non performance of duties of the ship owner or its manager

the ship owner shall not be responsible for the loss, damage or delay of the goods caused by any other reason, even if it is caused by the negligence or non performance of duties of the master or crew or other personnel on board or on shore employed by the ship owner (in the absence of this article, the ship owner shall be responsible for their actions) or by the unseaworthiness of the ship at the time of loading or sailing or at any other time. Damage caused by the contact or leakage, smell or volatilization of other goods, or the flammable or explosive nature of other goods or inadequate packaging, even if the fact is caused by improper stowage or negligence, shall not be regarded as caused thereby

3. Deviation clause

the ship has the right to call at any port in any order for any purpose, whether there is a pilot on the ship or not, tow and/or rescue other ships under any circumstances, and also deviate for the purpose of saving human life and/or property

4. Freight payment

freight shall be paid in cash at the time of delivery, in the manner specified in column 14, at the average exchange rate on the day or days of payment, without discount. If requested by the master or the ship owner, the consignee is obliged to pay the freight when accepting the goods

if required, the charterer shall pay the vessel's recurring expenses at the loading port in cash, and pay an additional 2% at the highest exchange rate to offset the insurance premium and other expenses

5. Loading and unloading charges

a liner clause

the goods should be transported to the side of the ship so that the ship can lift the goods with its own hook. The lessee shall arrange and bear the expenses of the personnel required for the loading operations on shore and on barges. The ship only lifts goods on board

if the ship is loaded with an onshore crane, the goods shall be delivered to the hold, and the ship owner shall only pay the leveling fee

the lessee shall be responsible for loading, stowing and unloading any cargo weighing more than 2 tons per piece and/or warehouse, and shall bear all risks and expenses

the consignee shall collect the goods at the side of the ship within the range of the ship's hook, and bear all risks and expenses

b the ship owner is not responsible for handling charges and stowage and peacetime charges

the charterer or his agent shall be responsible for delivering the goods to the hold, stowing and/or leveling, and taking delivery and unloading from the hold, and the ship owner shall not bear any risk and responsibility

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