Time Charter-Place of Delivery/Redelivery

 

 

Definitions of Geographical Ranges

 

“Scandinavia”

shall mean ports or places situated in Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland, including islands within the Baltic Sea.

 

“Baltic”

         shall mean ports or places situated in the Baltic and adjacent waters south of a line drawn from Falsterbo to the 55 deg. latitude on the east of Moen, following the 55 deg. latitude west to Jutland.

 

         “U.K.”

         shall mean ports or places situated in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, excluding Hebrides, Shetland, Orkney, Jersey and Guernesey.

 

         “Continent”

         shall mean ports or places situated on the Coast of the European Continent, from Hamburg in the north to Bordeausx in the south, both inclusive, including Rouen.

 

         “A.R.A” (“Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp”)

         shall mean the ports of Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp.

 

         “Skaw/Cape Passero”

         shall mean ports or places situated on the Coast of the European Continent, from Skaw in the north to Cape Passero in the south east, Cape Passero being the easternmost point, thus including Western Mediterranean ports, Sardinia, Balearics and Corsica and including Rouen, but excluding the North African Coast and the Adriatic Sea.

 

         “Mediterranean”   

         shall mean ports or places situated in the Mediterranean Sea, from the Dardanelles in the north east to the Strait of Gibraltar in the west, thus including the Adriatic Sea and the Aegean Sea, but excluding the Suez Canal. The dividing line in the north east shall be the western entrance to the Dardanelles. The dividing line in the west shall be a line drawn from Gibraltar in the north to Ceuta in the south, both inclusive.

 

         “East Med.” (“East Mediterranean”)    

         shall mean ports or places situated in the Mediterranean Sea, from the Dardanelles in the north east to Cape Passero in the west. The dividing line in the north east shall be the western entrance to the Dardanelles, thus including the Aegean Sea. The dividing line in the west shall be a line drawn from Cape Passero in the north to, and including, Misurata in the south, thus including the east coast of Sicily and the Adriatic Sea.

 

         “West Med.” (“West Mediterranean”)

         shall mean ports or places situated in the Mediterranean sea, from Cape Passero in the east to the Strait of Gibraltar in the west. The dividing line in the east shall be a line drawn from Cape Passero in the north to, and excluding, Misurata in the south, thus including the north coast and the south west coast of Sicily. The dividing line in the west shall be a line drawn from Gibraltar in the north to Ceuta in the south, both inclusive.

 

         “East Coast Africa”

         shall mean ports or places situated on the East Coast of Africa, from Cape Guardafui in the north to, and including, Maputo in the south, including Zanzibar.

 

         “Southern Africa” 

         shall mean ports or places situated on the South Coast of Africa, from Maputo in the east to Luderitz in the west, both exclusive.

 

         “West Coast Africa”

         shall mean ports or places situated on the West Coast of Africa, from Dakar in the north to Douala in the south, both inclusive, including Fernando Poo, but excluding Cape Verda Islands.

 

         “Red Sea”

         shall mean ports or places situated in the Red Sea, from Suez in the north to the Strait of Bab el Mandeb in the south, thus including the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aquaba.

 

         “PG” (Persian Gulf”) or “AG” (“Arabian Gulf”)

         shall mean ports or places situated in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf, including Shatt Al Arab, not above Bashra. The dividing line in the south shall be a line drawn from, and including, Bandar Abbas to the northernmost point of the Musandam Peninsular.

 

         “Gulf of Oman”

         shall mean ports or places situated in the Gulf of Oman, from the Arabian Sea in the east to the Strait of Hormuz in the west. The dividing line in the east shall be a line drawn from, and including, Chah Bahar to Ra’s all Hadd. The dividing line in the west shall be a line drawn from, and including, Bandar Abbas to the northernmost point of the Musandam Peninsular.

 

         “East Coast India”

         shall mean ports or places situated on the East Coast of India, from, and including, Calcutta in the north to Cape Comorin in the south, excluding Sri Lanka.

 

         “West Coast India”

         shall mean ports or places situated on the West Coast of India, from, and including, Kandla in the north to Cape Comorin in the south.

 

         “Far East”

         shall mean ports or places situated on the Mainland Coast from, and including, Vostochny in the north east to Burma in the south west, thus including Singapore and including Japan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia and Taiwan.

 

         “Singapore/Japan”

         shall mean ports or places situated in the Far East, from Singapore in the south through the South China Sea to Japan in the north, thus including Singapore, the Philippines, Taiwan and the whole of Japan, but excluding Mainland ports, Malaysia and Indonesia.

 

         “ECCAN” (“East Coast Canada”)

        shall mean ports or places on the East coast of Canada situated on the Coast facing the Bay of Fundy, the Atlantic Ocean, the St. Lawrence River not above Montreal, and Gulf of St. Lawrence from, and including, Battle Harbour in the north to Oak Bay in the south, also including Anticosti, Prince Edward, Magdalen, Cape Breton and New Foundland.

 

         “USNH” (“United States North of Hatteras”)

         shall mean ports or places situated on the United States’ East Coast, from Cape Hatteras in the south up to, and including, Calais in the north, including the Chesapeake Bay, the Delaware Bay and the Delaware River not above Philadephia.

 

         “USEC” (“United States’ East Coast”)

         shall mean ports or places situated on the United States’ East Coast from Calais in the north to Miami in the south, both inclusive, including the Chesapeake Bay, the Delaware Bay and the Delaware River not above Philadelphia.

 

         “USNOPAC” (“United States, North Pacific Coast”)

        shall mean ports or places situated on the United States’ North Pacific Coast, from Blaine in the north to Brookings in the south, both inclusive, including the Columbia and Willamette Rivers and the Puget Sound.

 

         “USPAC” (“United States’ Pacific Coast”)

         shall mean ports or places situated on the United States’ Pacific Coast, from Blaine, in the North to San Diego in the south, both inclusive, including the San Francisco Bay Area, the Columbia and Willamette Rivers and the Puget Sound.

 

         “U.S. Gulf”

         shall mean ports or places in the United States situated on the Coast facing the Gulf of Mexico, from Key West in the east to, and including, Brownsville in the west, including the Mississippi River not above Baton Rouge.

 

         “ECCA” (“East Coast Central America”)

         shall mean ports or places in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama situated on the East Coast facing the Caribbean sea, including the Panama Canal.

 

         “WCCA” (“West Coast Central America”)

         shall mean ports or places in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama situated on the Pacific Coast, including the Panama Canal.

 

         “Caribs” (“Caribbean Sea”)

         shall mean ports or places situated on Cayman, Jamaica, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Virgin, Leeward, Windward and Barbados.

 

         “West Indies”

         shall mean ports or places situated on Cuba, Pinos, Bahamas, Great Inagua, Turks and Caicos.

 

         “ECSA” (“East Coast South America”)

         Shall mean ports or places situated on the East Coast of South America, from, and including, Georgetown on the north to Punta Dungeness in the south, including the Amazon River not above Macapa, the River Plate, the River Parana not above Santa Fe and the Uruguay River not above Fray Bentos.

 

         “NCSA” (North Coast South America”)

         shall mean ports or places situated on the North Coast of South America, from Georgetown in the east to Turbo in the west, both inclusive, including the Orinoco River not above Matanzas and including Lake Maracaibo and Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Margarita, Trinidad and Tobago.

 

         “WCSA” (“West Coast South America”)

         shall mean ports or places situated on the south American Pacific Coast, from Jurado in the north to Punta Arenas in the south, both inclusive.

 

         “Taking Inward Pilot” – “Dropping Outward Pilot” – “Arrival Pilot Station”

         When describing delivery/redelivery points, it should be noted that the delivery/redelivery terms “Taking Inward Pilot”, “Dropping Outward Pilot” or “Arrival Pilot Station” may not be sufficiently clear and may cause difficulties at a later stage, taking into account that pilotage, at many ports or places, may be performed in two or three stages and that the employment of compulsory and/or non-compulsory “port” Pilots, “river” pilots etc. may be necessary.

 

         The parties are accordingly recommended to describe the delivery/redelivery points as exactly as possible and to check in advance whether the contractual arrangement matches the actual conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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