London Arbitration 15/19

SPEED AND PERFORMANCE – WHETHER LOST TIME AND EXPENSES TO BE FOR CHARTERER – HULL CLEANING – PROLONGED PORT STAY When the Vessel required hull cleaning after a prolonged port stay Charterer contended that they were not liable for time and expenses as the inspection and cleaning occurred after redelivery.  During a voyage chartered on an amended NYPE 1993 form the Vessel encountered a prolonged port stay, which necessitated hull cleaning. Charterer claimed the time and expenses of the cleaning would not be for their account due to the structuring of the clause providing for extended port stays. The relevant...
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