(ii) TOPIA 2006 shall not be terminated in accordance with clause IX of this Agreement. The master is authorized to provide assistance to other vessels. Owners and charterers shall be provided with all rescue operations and remuneration after deduction by the master and crew as well as all costs, expenses and sacrifices (including, but not limited to, loss of time, rental, paid rental, repairs to the vessel and bunker fuel consumed). Non-contractual liability to third parties is the responsibility of the owner, unless it relates exclusively to rescue remuneration. The ship should not be used as a shuttle tanker, but the owners are ready to discuss the use of the ship as a shuttle tanker, subject to mutual agreement of the revised terms, which involve a review of the commercial conditions. f) for the transport of crude oil with a point of less than or at 5 °C, the ship must be able to rinse the coastline with 4,000 cubic meters of seawater. c. „If the ship collides with another ship due to the negligence of the other ship and an act, negligence or omission of the master, seafarer, controller or personnel of the carrier during navigation or management of the ship, the owners of the goods carried underneath shall exempt the carrier from any loss or liability to the other ship or its owners, To the extent that such loss or liability constitutes the loss, damage or any claim of the owners of such property that is paid or paid by the other ship or its owners or their owners to the owners of such property and that is offset by the other ship or not or its owners in connection with their claim on the ship or carrier carrying; be recovered or confiscated. one.
Storage shall be carried out in a protected and safe place at the discretion of the master and the ship may be moored or always at the discretion of the owner During floating operation, the charterer may, after reasonable notice, send meters to the available accommodation of the ship on each voyage under this charter. In this case, the owners must provide the provisions and all requirements made available to officials, with the exception of alcohol. . . .