Fill Barecon , download blank or editable online. Sign, fax and printable from PC, iPad, tablet or mobile with PDFfiller ✓ Instantly ✓ No software. Try Now!. BIMCO has recently published its new BARECON following a review of its predecessor, BARECON This revision represents a significant update to. Barecon Standard Bareboat Charter Part I filed by Horizon Lines on June 2nd,

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This modification has been introduced to simplify the payment process and to remove the need for a calculation of fractional hire at the beginning of badecon hire period. In view of the durable qualities of modern marine coatings and common commercial dry docking practice, the default period between dry dockings has been extended from 18 calendar months to 60 calendar months after delivery, unless the classification society or flag State require an alternative period.

For example, if the charterers 0201 ordered to send the vessel outside IWL by a supranational body, then under normal circumstances they would immediately be in breach of the Charter.

Covenants a Negative Covenants. The Charterer shall have the right, from time to time, in its discretion, and without application to the Owner or the Mortgagee, and without obtaining a release thereof by the Owner or the Mortgagee, to dispose of, free from the Lien of the Mortgage, any boilers, engines, abrecon, bowsprits, barefon, spars, sails, rigging, boats, anchors, apparel, furniture, fittings, equipment or 201 other appurtenances to the Vessel that are no bareconn useful, necessary, profitable or advantageous in the operation of the Vessel, first or simultaneously replacing 201 same, if desired by the Owner, by replacement boilers, engines, machinery, bowsprits, masts, spars, sails, rigging, boats, anchors, apparel, furniture, fittings, equipment or other appurtenances of reasonably equivalent value as reasonably determined by the Charterer which shall forthwith become subject to the Lien of the Mortgage.

Note should also be taken of the use of the word “paid” rather than “payable” to illustrate the required action. Provided that no Default or Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing, the Charterer shall have the right, at its option, to purchase the Vessel at the expiration of the Basic Period and, if applicable, at the end of the Renewal Period, at the applicable purchase option price set forth in Schedule braecon hereto; provided that the Charterer may exercise this option only if it concurrently exercises its option to purchase the Other Vessels that are then subject to an Other Charter with an Affiliate of the Owner at the end of the Basic Period or the Renewal Period of such Other Charters.


It should be noted that in sub-clause 12 b the reference to “Deed s of Covenant” has been changed to “Financial Instrument” consistent with the new definition introduced in Clause 1 Definitions.

The fees and expenses relating to an Appraisal shall be reasonable and shall be shared equally by the Owner and the Charterer, except during the continuance of an Event of Default, in which case such costs shall be payable by the Charterer. The Charterer, on behalf of the Owner, shall obtain all such governmental barecoh, authorizations, consents, permits and approvals as may be required by Applicable Law or otherwise, for i the Owner to perform its obligations under the Credit Agreement and all other Loan Documents and ii the operation of the Vessel.

Under normal circumstances, a mortgagee will have his mortgage registered in the registry of the State in which the owners of the vessel are registered, i. Moneys Receivable From Shipbuilder, etc D. Republic of Liberia See Clauses 10 d and 41 6.

Lien of the Mortgage This Clause 58 shall not apply to a merger or consolidation, bareckn sale, conveyance, assignment, transfer, charter or other disposition of the Charterer with an Affiliate solely for the purpose, and with the effect, of reincorporating the Charterer in another jurisdiction of the United States. In the event of the Vessel becoming a wreck or obstruction to navigation the Charterers shall indemnify the Owners against any sums whatsoever which the Owners shall become liable to pay and shall pay in consequence of the Vessel becoming a wreck or obstruction to navigation.

Redelivery Continued Notwithstanding the above, should the Charterer fail to redeliver the Vessel within the Charter Period, the Charterer shall pay the rate 20001 Hire stated in clause b in Box 22 for the number of days by which the Charter Period is exceeded.

The Charterers have to advise the Owners about the performance to the extent the Owners may request. If any barecno of this Charter is prohibited or unenforceable in any jurisdiction such braecon or unenforceability shall not invalidate the remaining provisions hereof or affect the validity or enforceability of such provision in any other jurisdiction. Survey on Redelivery The final sentence of the original version of sub-clause awhich stated “The Hire under this Charter shall be payable to the owners from the same time as the Requisition Hire is payable to the Charterers” was felt to be inconsistent with the principle of hire being paid continuously.

Survey on Redelivery The Owners and the Charterers shall appoint surveyors for the purpose of determining and agreeing in writing the condition of the Vessel at the time of re-delivery.

This insurance shall not be required with respect to the Vessel while the Vessel is idle or laid up. Bareecon term “instruments of insurance” previously found in the second paragraph has been changed to “contracts of insurance” in keeping with modern parlance.


Consequently, it was agreed to delete the second paragraph of this Part in favour of taking a consistent approach to delays in payment as set out in the anti-technicality provisions of Clause This provision has been inserted to avoid a situation where the vessel is delivered in accordance with the Charter, but where certificates have insufficient time before expiry to allow the charterers to obtain renewals.

Department of the Treasury before delivery of the Vessel hereunder, then the Charterers will be in default and the Charter will automatically and without any further action be terminated. If, barecin compliance with barecom provisions of this Clause, anything is done or is not done, such shall not be deemed a deviation but shall be considered due fulfilment of this Charter. As stated previously, the last sentence of Clause 23, which dealt with an indemnity, has been moved to Clause 17 Indemnity Clause.

It should be stressed that Clause 14 is strictly optional and is only to apply if expressly agreed and stated in Box 29 in Part I.

Bimco Standard Bareboat Charter Code Name : “Barecon ” by Scorpio

The Vessel upon redelivery shall have her survey cycles up to date and trading and class certificates valid for at least the number of months agreed in Box The Vessel shall not be delivered before the date indicated in Box 14 the Owners shall exercise due diligence to deliver the Barscon not later than the date indicated in Box Any demand for payment or otherwise made under paragraph 1 above shall be addressed as follows: Republic of Liberia See Clauses 10 d and The Vessel shall be deemed to be repossessed by the.

In this Charter, the following terms shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them: Under a bareboat charter, it is the 200 obligation not only to in all respects equip the vessel, but also to man her, pay the wages to the Master, officers and crew.

Clauses 32 to 44 of this Charter, then the terms of the Additional Clauses shall prevail. The Charterer shall from time to time during the Charter Period replace such items of equipment as shall be so damaged or worn as to be unfit for use or that shall have been lost or destroyed.