If the Vessel is prevented from leaving the port after completion of loading/discharging for more than two (2) hours waiting for cargo papers or for any other reason attributable to cargo being loaded or discharged including but not limited to control and/or clearance by customs or other authorities and/or any other charterers’ purposes, the Charterers shall pay the Owners compensation in an amount equivalent to the rate of demurrage stipulated in the charter party for all time after completion of loading/discharging until the termination of such delay.
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New regulation from the International Maritime Organization (IMO), which will require existing ships to reduce carbon emissions, is due to enter into force in just under one year. As compliance will benefit to a large extent from co-operation between shipowners and charterers, BIMCO has developed a new clause to address the changes.
BIMCO has published a new charter party clause to help tackle potential abuse by sanctions busters of the Automatic Identification System (AIS) which is mandatory for all ships to use under regulations for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS).
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The experiences of operating during the Covid-19 pandemic and the challenges this has created have prompted a review of the BIMCO Infectious or Contagious Diseases Clauses (the "IOCD Clauses”).
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