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The continuing warranty of seaworthiness in a fixture note and why all parties should avoid it

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The Take-away

A contractual obligation of continuing seaworthiness can jeopardize the Shipowner’s insurance cover. It is therefore detrimental to the position of both Shipowner and Charterers, and should be avoided.

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