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HEAVYLIFTVOY

20 September 2016

HEAVYLIFTVOY is a voyage charter party for the mid-sized heavy lift sector carrying specialist cargo. It is a comprehensive contract providing for free-in or liner in-hook terms for loading and free-out or liner out-hook terms for discharging. HEAVYLIFTVOY operates under the conventional cargo liability regime of the Hague-Visby Rules and is designed for the carriage of multiple shipments both above and below deck. A standard bill of lading, HEAVYLIFTVOYBILL, is intended to be used with it. The latest edition of this contract is HEAVYLIFTVOY, issued in 2009. Copyright in HEAVYLIFTVOY is held by BIMCO.

HEAVYCON 2007

20 September 2016

The HEAVYCON voyage charter party is a standard transportation contract for heavy and voluminous cargoes. It is a “knock for knock” contract designed primarily for the semi-submersible vessels serving the super heavy lift market where cargoes are almost exclusively carried on deck and are, in most cases, sole cargoes. A standard bill of lading, HEAVYCONBILL, is intended to be used with it. The latest edition of this contract is HEAVYCON 2007. Copyright in HEAVYCON 2007 is held by BIMCO.

Tanker market report dated 23 February 2018

26 February 2018

Go with the Flow - Last week the first test loading of a VLCC took place at the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP), a successful culmination of the port’s efforts to modify one of its pipelines to accommodate the bi-directional flow of crude through the terminal The weekly tanker market report by Gibson Shipbrokers features an overview of the crude oil and oil product tanker market.

Final phase of SUPPLYTIME update begins with consultation review

07 November 2016

A selected consultation group from the offshore industry including owners, charterers, brokers, insurers, P&I clubs and legal experts, have recently contributed with feedback on the revised SUPPLYTIME form. This process has helped the drafting team in reviewing and “polishing” the current draft during a two day meeting at BIMCO House in November.