“Charterers shall provide the owners with their full contact details and shall ensure that the contact details of all sub-charterers are also made available to the owners if a sublease is permitted under the conditions of the party to the charter.” (d) The ship shall, before the dry dock, discharge the outgoing lake, which shall be deposited at the last port of discharge, and does not have rental time; until it is in a position no less favourable for charterers than at the beginning of the rental off. Owners must inform dry dock charterers seven, three, two and one day before the new delivery, or inform them again of a change in the date and time previously indicated. Any service or distance performed or performed by the ship during the non-rental of the ship, including bunkers consumed by the ship, is taken into account in the assessment of the amount to be deducted from the rent (i.e. credited by the owners) (to be consistent with the wording of clause 19.3 of the party to the charterer). in any event, unless the ship is under charter at the time of its passage to a party other than the charterer. (a) To the knowledge of the owners, the vessel is acceptable for chartering and/or terminal by the oil companies listed in Annex A (Part 1 marked “BP, ExxonMobil, Shell, Chevron and Total”) and maintains the validity of such authorizations for the duration of the charter. Owners must have the vessel inspected and accepted by the other oil companies listed in Appendix A (Part 2 marked “Statoil, Conoco and Valero”) and then maintain the validity of these assumptions throughout the charter period. If no original bill of lading is available at any port of discharge to which the ship may be ordered by charterers under this Charter, or where charterers require owners to supply cargo to a party or port other than that defined in the bill of lading, the owners shall nevertheless unload such cargo in accordance with the charterer`s instructions. upon presentation of appropriate identification by the consignee designated by the charterers vis-à-vis the master and taking into account the charterers who compensate the owners in the manner prescribed by a letter of compensation agreed upon and published from time to time by the International Group of P &I Club, which deals with the relevant circumstances. Such compensation shall be deemed to take place when charterers give instructions to the owners in accordance with this clause. It is agreed that in case of capture, the vessel will remain on lease unless the provisions relating to the party to the chartering of time and / or another exception may apply in the context of chartering (e.g.B infringements of the owners), unless such a stop occurs as a direct result of the removal. The owners have confirmed once again that the vessel will follow the guidelines of the EU NAVFOR SOMALIA MARITIME SAFETY CENTRE (website www.mschoa.org) to the international maritime community of the Gulf of ADEN. Charterers shall have the right, at their time and expense, to bring their representative (including an independent surveyor designated by the charterers) to carry out inspections of the ship and/or to observe the operation of the cargo and/or to determine the quantity and quality of cargo, water and residues on board, including cargo sampling, inspection and copying of ship protocols.
documents and records (including, but not limited to, personal notes of the master, officers or crew regarding the operation of the ship, the rough logbook and computer-generated data) at each port of loading and/or unloading. . . .