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Глоссарий сокращений морских терминов (английский)

в или к центру судна
фактическое время отправки
окончание деятельности
быстрая выгрузка
половина демереджа за рабочее время при погрузке судна
в том числе пятница/праздники
без дополнительного страхования (владелец судна)
редукторный
доступная грузоподъмность (утилизация)
международная система безопасности судов и портов
время в распоряжении фрахтователя для погрузки/выгрузки
защищенная от ветра сторона
линейные условия
торговый брокер
за бортом судна
страхование ответственности перед третьими лицами
ознакомление с договором о фрахтовании судна
перечисление согласованных сроков и условий
передняя или кормовая часть корпуса судна
the hiring of a ship in whole or part
all going well
asba1) american shipbrokers association
2) american shipbrokers association.
aspwany safe port in the world
cubic capacity of a vessels holds to carry packaged dry cargo such as bales/pallets
bimco1) the baltic and international maritime council
2) baltic and international maritime council.
b/l1) (bill of lading) a document signed by the carrier which acts as a contract of affreightment, a receipt and evidence of title to the cargo.
2) bill of lading
berth terms
closing of business london
estimated time of sailing
freight demurrage deadfreight
fdespfree despatch
fridays/holidays excluded
fiotfree in/out and trimmed. as per fios but includes trimming, e.g. the levelling of bulk cargoes. fios includes seafreight, but excludes loading/discharging and stowage costs.
foqfree on quay
fresh water departure draft
international maritime organisation
(refer to comments in covering statement on front page a-f)
the sideways movement of the ship caused by either wind or current
length overall of the vessel
lycnlaycan (layday cancelling date)
m/vmotor vessel / merchant vessel
non-reversible(detention). if loading completed sooner than expected, then saved days will not be added to discharge time allowed.
new york produce exchange
oboore/bulk/oil vessel
pdprper day pro rata
phpdper hatch per day
shex1) sundays/holidays excluded
2) sundays, holidays excluded (usa)).
shipper owned container
fore and aft balance of a ship
whether in free pratique or not
wiponwhether in port or not
wltohcwater line-to-hatch coaming
ore-bulk-oil carriera large multi-purpose ship designed to carry cargoes wither of ore or other bulk commodities or oil so as to reduce the time the ship would be in ballast if restricted to one type of commodity. this type of ship is sometimes called bulk-oil carrier.
ship`s agenta person or firm who transacts all business in a port on behalf of shipowners or charterers. also called shipping agent.
harbor mastera person usually having the experience of a certificated master mariner and having a good knowledge of the characteristics of the port and its whole area. he administers the entire shipping movements that take place in and within reach of the port he is responsible for.
hague-visby rules1) a set of rules, amending the hague rules published in 1968 and subsequently given the force of law by many maritime nations.
2) international agreement setting forth minimum conditions for the carriage of cargo under a bill of lading, including limits on shipowners liability. to replace hague rules and, in turn, be replaced latterly by hamburg rules.
title xia ship financing guarantee program.
agency tariffa tariff published by an agent on behalf of several carriers.
panamaxa vessel designed to be just small enough to transit the panama canal.
lighter aboard ship1) an ocean ship which carries barges. these barges are loaded with cargo, often at a variety of locations, towed to the ocean ship, sometimes referred to as the mother ship, and lifted or, in some cases, floated on board. after the ocean crossing, the barges are off-loaded and towed to their various destinations. the ocean ship then receives a further set of barges which have been assembled in readiness. this concept was designed to eliminate the need for specialized port equipment and to avoid transshipment with its consequent extra cost.
2) an ocean ship which carries barges. these barges are loaded with cargo, often at a variety of locations, towed to the ocean ship, sometimes referred to as the mother ship, and lifted or, in some cases, floated on board. after the ocean crossing, the barges are off-loaded and towed to their various destinations. the ocean ship then receives a further set of barges which have been assembled in readiness. this concept was designed to eliminate the need for specialized port equipment and to avoid transshipment with its consequent extra cost. see also lash.
combicombination passenger/cargo vessel; a vessel specifically designed to carry both containers and conventional cargoes.
cerclacomprehensive environmental response, compensation and liability act.
off-loaddischarge of cargo from a ship.
noncontiguousdomestic shipping routes serving alaska and non-continental u.s. states and territories.
eusceffective u.s. control.
gatsgeneral agreement on trade in services.
second assistant engineerin charge of twelve to four watch. on steam vessels has responsibility for the boilers, on diesels, the evaporators and the auxiliary equipment.
lng carrier1) liquefied natural gas carrier, perhaps the most sophisticated of all commercial ships. the cargo tanks are made of a special aluminum alloy and are heavily insulated to carry natural gas in its liquid state at a temperature of -285°f. the lng ship costs about twice as much as an oil tanker of the same size.
2) liquefied natural gas carrier, perhaps the most sophisticated of all commercial ships. the cargo tanks are made of a special aluminum alloy and are heavily insulated to carry natural gas in its liquid state at a temperature of -2850f. the lng ship costs about twice as much as an oil tanker of the same size.
equipment (liners)maintains and repairs cargo handling equipment and also cargo with special handling characteristics.
merpacmerchant marine personnel advisory committee, an industry advisory body to the u.s. coast guard.
tank cleaningremoval of all traces of a cargo from the tanks of a tanker normally by means of high pressure water jets.
independent actionsetting rate within a conference tariff that is different from the rate(s) for the same items established by other conference members.
articles of agreementthe document containing all particulars relating to the terms of agreement between the master of the vessel and the crew. sometimes called ship`s articles, shipping articles.
deep sea tradesthe traffic routes of both cargo and passenger vessels which are regularly engaged on the high seas or on long voyages.
unctadunited nations conference on trade and development
carneta document of permission issued by an exporting country authority which allows cargo to enter a country on a temporary basis with no, or minimum, customs formalities.
consolidatora person or organization who arranges consolidation of cargo.
destination zone chargecharge for that portion of the `through service` applying to land delivery from the overseas destination port to the inland destination.
hard top containerclosed container with openable or liftable hard roof.
cacciconfederation of asian cambers of commerce and industry.
port cipcontracts with berth cip. nor can be given when within commercial limits of the port
dfatdepartment of foreign affairs and trade (australia).
conex containerearly type of container used by us army to speed up transport of war materials during world war ii.
production unitequipped to extract petroleum, e.g. oil production ship.
first refusalfirst attempt at best offer that can be matched
nuwnational union of workers (australia). replaces, in part, the former stormen and packers union (spu). top of page home o