Ocean Marine Transportation, Ltd. v. Chembulk Trading, Inc. (The “Chembulk Vancouver”) – SMA No. 3699, 8 Aug 2001

ASBATANKVOY -- VOYAGE -- BERTH -- DISPORT -- LOADPORT -- CARGO -- TRANSSHIP -- Owner Award Because the previous voyage’s berth to disport was clogged by a state-owned vessel, the Vessel had an estimated loadport ETA outside of the demands of the Charterers’ cargo interest. So, a new agreement was made where the Vessel would temporarily abandon her current voyage, load the Charterers’ cargo, and transship the previous cargo later. The Vessel sailed to loadport, however was notified by her previous Charterer that transshipment would not be allowed, which forced the Charterers to renegotiate their sales contracts.
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