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SUPPLYTIME 2017

20 September 2016

SUPPLYTIME is a time charter party for offshore support vessels. It operates on a knock for knock liability regime, which means that each party agrees to bear responsibility for and indemnify the other in respect of loss of or damage to their own property, and injury to or death of their own personnel, regardless of fault. The latest edition of this contract is SUPPLYTIME 2017. Copyright in SUPPLYTIME 2017 is held by BIMCO.

GENCOA

20 September 2016

The GENCOA is BIMCO’s standard contract of affreightment for dry bulk cargoes. A contract of affreightment is an agreement between an owner and a charterer for the carriage of a certain amount and type of goods between agreed ports over a given period of time. It is not limited to a particular ship, but operates as a series of voyage charter parties. GENCOA has been designed to be used with any dry cargo charter party, although BIMCO would recommend the use of GENCON, COAL-OREVOY or GRAINCON. The latest edition of this contract is GENCOA from 2004. Copyright in GENCOA is held by BIMCO.

SUPERMAN

17 October 2016

The Standard Agreement for the Supervision of Vessel Construction, codenamed SUPERMAN, clearly sets out a ship managers’ duties and obligations when providing supervision services to a newbuilding project. It is an agency based agreement whereby the supervisors act for and on behalf of the owners. SUPERMAN is modelled on SHIPMAN 2009 and includes the same structure of liability provisions. Payment is on a “cost plus fee” basis. The latest edition of this contract is SUPERMAN, issued in 2016. Copyright in SUPERMAN is held by BIMCO.

BIMCO Terms 2015

20 September 2016

The BIMCO Terms is a standard contract for the purchase and supply of marine fuels to ships. The latest edition of this contract is BIMCO Bunker Terms 2018. Copyright in the BIMCO Terms 2015 is held by BIMCO.

SERVICECON

20 September 2016

SERVICECON is a standard service contract whereby a shipper undertakes to transport a minimum number of containers over an agreed given period. It has been developed to provide a basis for volume carriage in liner trades worldwide. Individual shipments are subject to the contracting carrier’s own bills of lading or sea waybills which are incorporated into the SERVICECON agreement. The latest edition of this contract is SERVICECON, issued in 2014. Copyright in SERVICECON is held by BIMCO.

Agency Appointment Agreement

09 January 2017

The agency appointment agreement provides a set of standard provisions for appointing an agent for a one-off port call. The agreement is concluded between the agent and a shipowner, ship operator, charterer or manager, and it sets out the services to be performed and the remuneration to be paid. This contract was published 9 January 2017 and is the latest edition. Copyright in the Agency Appointment Agreement is held by FONASBA. The publishers are BIMCO and FONASBA.

SHIPLEASE

23 September 2020

SHIPLEASE is a standardised term sheet intended for use in ship sale and leaseback transactions. The term sheet has been principally developed for sale and leaseback transactions involving second-hand ships, but it can be readily adapted to fit structures involving newbuildings or vessels that are undergoing major refit. It is suitable for use for both operating and finance leases, although it may need to be adjusted as appropriate. The latest edition of this contract is SHIPLEASE, issued in 2020.

ROPAXTIME

17 October 2016

ROPAXTIME is a standard time charter party for the RoPax trade. It can be amended to be used for RoRo ships as well. The charter party contains the latest standard time charter clauses and includes detailed provisions covering trade specific issues such as hotel, restaurant and passenger related issues. The latest edition of this contract is ROPAXTIME, issued in 2015. Copyright in ROPAXTIME is held by BIMCO.

BARECON 2017

13 December 2017

BARECON is a bareboat charter party. It is a lease agreement whereby the charterer obtains possession and full control of the ship along with the legal and financial responsibility for it. The charterer generally pays for all operating expenses, including fuel, crew, maintenance, repairs, and P&I and hull insurance. The latest edition of this contract is BARECON 2017