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Cargo Remaining on Board



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ON BOARD

A notation on a bill of lading that cargo has been loaded on board a vessel. Used to satisfy the requirements of a letter of credit, in the absence of an express requirement to the contrary.

VESSEL LOAD FREE OUT

(VLFO) - The loading and discharge terms for the cargo to be shipped, as agreed to in the charterer party. The vessel (carrier) pays for the loading of the cargo on board the ship and the receiver pays for the discharge of the cargo from the ship to the pier.

PORT OF LOADING

The port where the cargo is actually loaded on board the sea (ocean) going vessel.

CLEAN ON BOARD

When goods are loaded on board are in apparent good order and condition and the bill of lading has no negative qualification about the condition of the cargo loaded, therefore the document issued in respect to the goods is 'clean'.

SHIP SECURITY PLAN

A plan developed to ensure the application of measures on board the ship and designed to protect persons on board, cargo, cargo transport units, ship's stores or the ship from the risks of a security incident.

VLFO

(Vessel Load Free Out) - the loading and discharge terms for the cargo to be shipped, as agreed to in the charterer party. The vessel (carrier) pays for the loading of the cargo on board the ship and the receiver pays for the discharge of the cargo from the ship to the pier.

MIXED CARGO

Two or more products carried on board one ship.

DEMISE CHARTER

A contract whereby the shipowner leases his vessel to the charterer for a period of time during which the whole use and management of the vessel passes to the charterer, which involves that the charterer is to pay all expenses for the operation and maintenance of the vessel. Officers and crew will become servants of the charterer. A demise charter whereby the charterer has the right to place his own master and crew on board of the vessel is also called 'bareboat charter'.

SLIP ROPE

A mooring line led from the vessel to the shore and then back to the vessel. It can be let go and retrieved from on board the vessel as it departs.

SPECIAL PERSONNEL

For the purposes of NSCV Part B, all persons who: a) have knowledge of safety procedures and handling of safety equipment on board; b) are not passengers, or members of the crew, or children under one year of age; c) are carried on board in connection with the special purpose of that vessel, or because of special work being carried out aboard that vessel; and d) are able bodied.

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