The charterer representative has the right to measure one or all of the cargo tanks, bunker tanks and non-loading premises of the vessel and to take samples from each of the sites mentioned above. c. The bunkers consumed during storage do not take into account the power of the vessel in point 18. (bb) Baltic ports when, due to its draught, the ship is required to pass the Great Belt. Deep-swirling vessels must use the Danish government-designated T-route and be guided by the pilot`s advice. The owners guarantee that they are a participating owner (as defined in the 2006 Oil And Gas Pollution Compensation Agreement (TOPIA 2006) and that the vessel is registered in toPIA in 2006 and therefore remains for the duration of this Charter, provided that:-d) the vessel is not obliged to disembark from the landing pilot at the last unloading port before the unloading port and remains leased until it is in a position that is no less favourable to the charterers than that at the beginning of the loan. Owners provide charterers with notice, confirm or advise on any changes to the date and time previously indicated, seven, three, two and one day before the delivery of the dry acal. When assessing the amount to be deducted from the rent (as shown in item 19.3 of the charterer), any distance made or traveled by the vessel during the rental of the vessel, including bunkers consumed by the vessel, is taken into account when the vessel is not leased (i.e. credited to the owners). The master is authorized to provide assistance to other vessels. All recovery and compensation payments for this assistance are for the same benefit to owners and charterers, after deducting from the master and crew, as well as all expenses, expenses and sacrifices (including, but not limited, time loss, secondary rent, rent paid, ship repairs and used bunker fuel). Non-contractual liability to third parties rests with the owner, unless it affects only residual compensation. 1.

The owners guarantee that the air of the vessel in the ballast state does not exceed 132 feet. The owners ensure that the vessel meets all mandatory ballast water requirements at charter times and costs. Owners are liable for losses and/or damages (excluding consequential damages and/or damages) as well as all costs, fines, penalties and other claims, including, but not limited, legal costs arising from non-compliance with these provisions. If such an omission results in a delay, the vessel must be taken to the exclusion of the lease for each period lost, notwithstanding the provisions contrary to that party`s charter. Charterers have the right, at their time and at their own expense, to bring their representative (including an independent surveyor appointed by the charterers) to conduct inspections of the vessel and/or observe the operation of the cargo and/or determine the quantity and quality of the cargo; water and tailings on board, including the collection of cargo samples, inspection and reproduction of ship protocols, documents and recordings (which are limited, among other things, to the personal notes of the master, officers or crew on the operation of the vessel, the coarse logbook and computer generated data) at each loading and/or unloading port. The charterer representative may also perform one of the above operations inside or outside another port, where charterers may ask the master to redirect the vessel at any time to an abandoned loading port. Charterers must obtain the consent of the owners of each cargo on board before requesting the vessel to be diverted. (d) if the vessel remains or is installed for more than twenty days in a port and/or anchorage and/or berth; the owners then notify the charterers that the vessel`s performance may be compromised, and the owners are not responsible for changes in the description of the vessel`s speed and consumption until the vessel`s hull has been rubbed, which the owners must arrange after the