In a charter party agreement for a tanker, bulk freighter, containership, tug and barge, superyacht, or small commercial vessel, properly-conducted and well-documented on-hire off-hire surveys conducted by independent, 3rd party marine surveyors protect all parties.
Charter Surveys On-Hire Off-Hire
Marine Surveyors Cayman can help you avoid delays and costly legal arguments and arbitration with detailed charter surveys on-hire off-hire surveys for your commercial venture.
Methodical, well-written Charter Surveys on hire off hire surveys (supplemented with detailed photos and videos) can, in most cases, eliminate disagreements and litigation / arbitration which can destroy the financial rewards of a successful charter FOR BOTH PARTIES!
Charter Party Agreements should consider contingencies for all involved. Weather delays, fuel shortages, labor disruptions, bureaucratic hinderances, as well as break downs and loading unloading difficulties.
There should also be contained within the Charter Party Agreements, provisions for early termination of the Charter Party Agreements as well as extending the Charter Party Agreements.
In today’s economic climate, mistakes and oversights can be devastating. Weather, labor disputes, breakdowns, ship arrest and a myriad of other unforeseen possibilities MUST BE ANTICIPATED AND ADDRESSED BEFORE THE CHARTER PARTY IS FINALIZED. Why risk your profits? And possibly your clients?
Have Marine Surveyors Cayman put their real-world knowledge and experience to work for you, as well as the advantage of our International Contacts.
with your proposed charter party agreement, along with your schedule and location(s).
Marine Surveyors Cayman can provide consultation to help “fine-tune” your charter party agreement, as well as performing the charter surveys on-hire off-hire surveys to help protect you and your assets. Depending upon the terms of the Charter Party agreement, Marine Surveyors Cayman can also conduct Bunker Surveys.
We also provide consultation to those in the legal and financial professions who lack the years of sea-going and practical experience which can be the difference between profit and loss.