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BARGEHIRE 2021

24 February 2021

This is the latest edition of BARGEHIRE which 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 as further detailed in the BARGEHIRE. The charterer generally pays for operating expenses such as maintenance and repairs but, unlike bareboat chartered ships, barges are often chartered with owner’s Hull & Machinery insurance made available to the charterer. Although not as often, Protection & Indemnity insurance can also be made available to charterers, especially when the duration of the contract is short. Copyright in BARGEHIRE 2021 is held by BIMCO.

Sergey Ivanov

01 October 2019

Sergey is an Executive Director as well as a co-partner at MABUX: consultancy and information provider for global bunker industry with HQ in Sweden. He began his career as a Sinologist graduated from Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages and from Shandong University in P.R.China. Before taking up his positon at MABUX Sergey headed Far Eastern Branches of Companies from Republic of Korea (ships repair and agency service) and Sweden (global fishing) and was a co-founder and a Member of the Board of Istok Group Companies engaged in fishing and marine transportation (own fleet) in the Far-East. He currently resides in Sweden.

William MacLachlan

15 November 2019

William is Partner at HFW and advises a wide variety of companies and financial institutions across the commercial shipping, cruise, ferry and yachting industries on a range of transactional shipping matters. William has particular expertise in ship design, ship building, ship repair, ship sale and purchase and ship recycling. He spent some eight months seconded to a leading European shipbuilder. William is a key member of HFW's Travel and Leisure Team and manages the firm's day to day relationship with CLIA and Interferry. In addition, William is experienced in matters of physical and cyber security and advises a range of ship owners and private security companies on the contractual, regulatory and compliance issues affecting them. William speaks regularly at conferences and contributes to a range of printed media. William is also a trustee of the Mission to Seafarers, one of HFW's global charity partners.

SOLAS amendments to enter into force on 1 January 2020

20 December 2019

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has issued a set of important amendments to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), as well as various codes mandatory under the Convention. The changes will enter into force on 1 January 2020 and can be viewed below.