ICE Sample Clauses

ICE. Trading limits are also to be restricted to the January isotherm of negative ten degrees Celsius (-10oC). The Vessel shall not be sent to or through icebound waters without Owner’s prior written consent and shall not be or become obligated to force ice or to follow ice breakers. Despite the receipt of Owner’s consent, if the alternative port at which the Vessel is ordered by Charterer to discharge cargo should be or become inaccessible owing to ice and the Master has notified Charterer by email and facsimile transmission or otherwise in writing accordingly, then Charterer shall be bound to order the Vessel by email and facsimile transmission or otherwise in writing to an alternative port which is free from ice and at which the Vessel can discharge the cargo. Also, if, on account of ice, the Master considers it dangerous for the Vessel to enter or remain at any alternative port for fear of the Vessel being frozen in or damaged and the Master should so advise Charterer, Charterer shall provide the Master with orders, by email and facsimile transmission or otherwise in writing, to proceed to an alternative port that is free from ice and at which the Vessel can discharge the cargo. If no orders are received by the Master from Charterer prior to the time when the Master must deviate or break ground to avoid ice or other dangerous situations, Owner shall cause the Master to proceed to the nearest safe, ice-free position to await further orders from Charterer.
ICE. In case port of loading or discharge should be inaccessible owing to ice, the Vessel shall direct her course according to Master's judgment, notifying by telegraph or radio, if available, the Charterers, shipper or consignee, who is bound to telegraph or radio orders for another port, which is free from ice and where there are facilities for the loading or reception of the cargo in bulk. The whole of the time occupied from the time the Vessel is diverted by reason of the ice until her arrival at an ice-free port of loading or discharge, as the case may be, shall be paid for by the Charterer at the demurrage rate stipulated in Part I.
ICE. The term “ICE” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.21(b).
ICE for the purposes of this guideline, means a mixture or substance containing d-methamphetamine hydrochloride of at least 80% purity.
ICE. The Vessel shall not trade in waters with a temperature below the January isotherm of minus ten degrees (-10°)
ICE. The Vessel shall not be ordered or bound to enter any port or place inaccessible due to ice or at which lights, lightships, markers, or buoys on Vessel's arrival are (or are likely to be) withdrawn by reason of ice. The Vessel shall not be obliged to force ice. If a port or place to which the Vessel is ordered is inaccessible due to ice, the Master shall immediately notify the Charterer requesting revised orders and shall remain outside the ice-bound area. If there is danger of the Vessel being frozen in at any port or place, the Vessel shall, at Master's discretion, proceed to the nearest safe and ice-free position, at the same time requesting the Charterer's revised orders. Any delay or detention resulting from ice to be for the Charterer's account.
ICE. Time Charterer shall not send the Vessel to ice-bound waters without Bareboat Charterer's consent, but such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld.
ICE. It is the Team Managers responsibility of each team to provide ice in case of injury to a player. KBI runs Competitions out of venues that do not have ice facilities on site.
ICE. Iťalia⭲ ľíadc Commissio⭲ ľíadc Píomoťio⭲ Sccťio⭲ or ťkc Iťalia⭲ EmbassQ Dubai Inteínet City - Aíenco ľoweí - Office 506 & 508 PO Box 500088, Dubai, UAE ľ +971 4 4345280 E-mail: Ceítificate N. 38152/19/S ISO 9001 / UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 1