Berthing Sample Clauses

Berthing. No vessel shall be berthed or unberthed without the permission of the Marine Manager.
Berthing. A master of a vessel shall not berth or unberth the vessel within the jetty and berth area or cause or allow it to be so berthed or unberthed without the prior permission of the Marine Supervisor.
Berthing. The Operator shall:
Berthing. 7.1 The Customer shall cause the LNG Carrier to berth and depart as safely and expeditiously as reasonably possible and in accordance with the relevant Terminal Rules and Schedule 1 (Inventory Management).
Berthing. Unless otherwise specifically agreed in writing, the Contractor does not guarantee any berthing priority to any vessel of the Client or the carrier. In no event shall the Contractor be liable for the inadequacy of berthing facilities. The Contractor does not guarantee the accuracy of any information relating to berth depth provided by it to the Client, whether in port particulars or upon request. The Client expressly accepts that any information relating to berth depth is approximate and subject to change and is communicated by Contractor without guarantee. The Client further expressly agrees that Contractor shall not be liable for damage or loss arising out of the inaccuracy of the berth depth information provided. PART III
Berthing. Customer shall comply with APMT’s berthing requirements. Customer container ship shall vacate the berth without undue delay upon completion of operations and receipt of the documents set out at Clause 2.5.
Berthing. 3.1 Vessels must be moored using the roping and dockside cleat procedures as recommended in rule 22 of these Marina Rules.
Berthing. Provide berth on arrival for all Customer container ships arriving on schedule, details of the berth allocation planning and scheduling is at APMT’s sole discretion. APMT will advise Customer should any modification of planned berthing be arranged.