Seapanther Navigation Co. Ltd. v. Clark Oil Trading Company (The “Mare De Kara”), SMA No. 3238, 17 Jan 1996

ASBATANKVOY -- ARBITRATION -- BERTH -- TERMINAL -- PIPELINE -- MANIFOLD -- Charterer Award This arbitration centered upon the slow load rate at the Vessel’s second berth. The Charterers claim that this rate was faulted by shipside flow restrictions basis the high pressures in the terminal pipeline. The Owners, however, argue that the flow restriction could have been avoided if, instead of using only one hose, the terminal utilized the Vessel’s full range of manifold connections.
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