What Is A Berthing Agreement

“we”, “us” or “our” means the company or one of its agents to whom the request for berthing or storage is made, which is one or more of our affiliates, concessionaires, tenants and assigns for the operation of all port facilities. 3.6 All persons who use any part of the Marina or the premises or facilities for any purpose whatsoever and whether by invitation or otherwise, do so at their own risk, unless injury or damage to persons or property is suffered as a result of negligence or intentional action by the Company for which the Company is responsible. 15.3.1 docking or storage on land of the owner`s vessel (if applicable); “Marina” means a marina, berth or other facility for launching, navigating, mooring or mooring a vessel owned or controlled by the Corporation. 4.10 Ships stored on the premises ashore shall be launched or afloat as close to the specified period as the Company regrets that tides, weather conditions and available facilities permit, and in such an order that the movement of other ships for this purpose is avoided and also to use the facilities available to the Company as economically as possible. Subject to express written agreements, any start or restoration date is given in good faith and is not guaranteed. 11.2 If we accept a ship, equipment, equipment or other goods for mooring, repair, conversion, maintenance or storage, we will do so subject to the provisions of the Milford Docks Act 1874, the Harbours Docks and Piers Clauses Act 1847, the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 and any other law or regulation granting the company or harbour master a right of seizure, stop, seize or sell the ship and/or its contents or other property (“laws”). .