Marine Vessels Sample Clauses

Marine Vessels. Customer shall notify Seabrook (during office hours) at least five (5) days in advance of the arrival of any Vessel for the loading of Product. Vessels are received at the Docks in the order of their arrival as described in Section 1.6 below, with ocean-going ships being given priority over barges, subject to proper advance notice and the availability of the Docks, and subject to the Ship Dock Priority Berthing Sequence defined in Section 1.7 below. Magellan shall not be responsible for delays to marine Vessels due to the unavailability of the Docks. Vessels shall promptly vacate the Docks upon completion of loading of Product. Failing to do so may result in Customer’s responsibility for dock delay, layberth charges, or Marine Delay fees. Customer must vet all Vessels with Seabrook’s Marine Traffic Coordinator by email to, or by phone (000) 000-0000 to confirm Vessel design (LOA, Beam, Draft and other requirements as defined in Schedule “C”) for acceptance prior to nomination and arrival of Vessel at the Terminal. Any notice to Seabrook under this Agreement will be in writing either delivered personally by overnight courier to the relevant address set forth below or faxed with uninterrupted transmission confirmed by transmission report to the number set forth below or emailed to the email addresses set forth below which may be changed on 7 days’ notice to Customer: Seabrook Terminal, LLC Attn: Xxxx Xxxxx and Xxxxx Xxxxx, Managers 00000 Xxxx Xxxx Xxxxxxxx, XX 00000 Phone: +0 000 000 0000 Fax: +0 000 000 0000 Email: and E-mail notices shall be deemed properly given when received by the other Party.
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Marine Vessels. 7. In the event that the Goods are lost, damaged or destroyed by the negligence or default of the BBC, in addition to the reasonable costs of repair or replacement of the Goods the Supplier shall be entitled to claim such direct reasonable additional costs necessarily incurred by the Supplier as a direct result of such repair or replacement.
Marine Vessels. The system shall provide the ability to title and register marines (watercrafts), including boats. Title and Registration Owners: The system shall provide the ability to have a titled owner different from the registration owner.
Marine Vessels. Any crude carriers, crude barges or other maritime vessels owned or leased by the Seller Companies or their Affiliates, notwithstanding that such vessels may have made deliveries to the Refinery;
Marine Vessels. Marine Vessels will be loaded and unloaded on a first come, first serve basis; provided that once a marine Vessels is slotted in a berth at the Terminal, Terminal Operator will unload such marine Vessel as soon as reasonably practicable. Terminal Operator shall not be responsible for any demurrage, wait time or similar charges incurred by Customer, unless Terminal Operator’s fails to provide the Terminaling Services in accordance with this Section 1(C), without any force majeure conditions or fault by Customer, its agents, employees or contractors.
Marine Vessels. Landlord agrees that marine vessels will be loaded and unloaded on a first come, first serve basis; provided that once a marine vessel is slotted in a berth at the Terminaling Facilities, Landlord will unload such marine vessel as soon as reasonably practicable.
Marine Vessels. Notes : (a) In some tables, cells containing extremely small values would be suppressed or merged with adjacent cells for presentation.
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