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BARECON 2001

19 September 2016

BARECON is a bareboat charter party. It is a lease agreement whereby the charterer obtains possession and full control of the ship along with the legal and financial responsibility for it. The charterer generally pays for all operating expenses, including fuel, crew, maintenance, repairs, and P&I and hull insurance.  The latest edition of this contract is BARECON 2017. Copyright in BARECON 2001 is held by BIMCO.

BARGEHIRE 2008

19 September 2016

BARGEHIRE is a bareboat charter party specifically designed for unmanned, non-self-propelled seagoing barges. It is a lease agreement whereby the charterer obtains possession and full control of the barge along with the legal and financial responsibility for it. The charterer generally pays for operating expenses such as maintenance and repairs but, unlike bareboat chartered ships, barges are often chartered with owner’s insurances made available to the charterer. Copyright in BARGEHIRE 2008 is held by BIMCO.

BARECON 2017

13 December 2017

BARECON is a bareboat charter party. It is a lease agreement whereby the charterer obtains possession and full control of the ship along with the legal and financial responsibility for it. The charterer generally pays for all operating expenses, including fuel, crew, maintenance, repairs, and P&I and hull insurance. The latest edition of this contract is BARECON 2017

MINREPCON

20 September 2016

MINREPCON is a standard contract for minor afloat repairs at a commercial berth or anchorage. It is not meant to be an alternative to REPAIRCON, which is the recommended contract for contracting with ship repairers or major sub-contractors. MINREPCON is intended to be used by shipowners to conclude written contracts with individuals or sub-contractors performing minor repairs which would normally be reluctant to read or sign a longer contract, such as REPAIRCON. It should be noted that MINREPCON is a short form and does not include many of the limitations and protections included in REPAIRCON. The latest edition of this contract is MINREPCON, issued in 2003. Copyright in MINREPCON is held by BIMCO.

REPAIRCON 2002

20 September 2016

REPAIRCON is a standard contract for ship repairs. It can be amended to be used for ship conversion work as well. The latest edition of this contract is REPAIRCON 2018. Copyright in REPAIRCON is held by BIMCO.

REPAIRCON 2018

20 September 2016

REPAIRCON 2018 is a standard contract for ship repairs. It can be amended to be used for ship conversion work as well. The latest edition of this contract is REPAIRCON 2018, issued in 2018. Copyright in REPAIRCON 2018 is held by BIMCO.

MINREPCON 2018

20 September 2016

MINREPCON 2018 is a standard contract for minor afloat repairs at a commercial berth or anchorage. It is not meant to be an alternative to REPAIRCON 2018, which is the recommended contract for contracting with ship repairers or major sub-contractors. MINREPCON 2018 is intended to be used by shipowners to conclude written contracts with individuals or sub-contractors performing minor repairs which would normally be reluctant to read or sign a longer contract, such as REPAIRCON 2018. It should be noted that MINREPCON 2018 is a short form and does not include many of the limitations and protections included in REPAIRCON 2018. The latest edition of this contract is MINREPCON 2018, issued in 2018. Copyright in MINREPCON 2018 is held by BIMCO.