Exmar v. Scanports Shipping, Inc. (The “Cheshire”) – SMA No. 3123, 15 Nov 1994

ASBATANKVOY -- LOADPORT -- CARGO -- CHILLING -- CHARTER PARTY -- LAYCAN -- TERMINAL -- DEMURRAGE After substituting the fixed Vessel for the slower-loading subject Vessel, further delays were incurred at loadport due to insufficient cargo chilling per charter requirements. The Owners argued that this extended laycan was faulted by the terminal’s breach of the charter party and claimed any excess loading time as demurrage.
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