The Daily Fixture/Index List of 21th January, 2013

Baltic Exchange Daily Fixture/Index List 21/01/2013

The Daily Fixture/Index List of 21th January, 2013


BDI 838 (UP 1) BCI 1604 (DOWN 1) BPI 736 (DOWN 4)

BSI 728 (DOWN 2) BHSI 474 (UP 4)

Last published BDTI 630 (No change) BCTI 690 (DOWN 2)



TIMECHARTER


'Saiyo' 2011 92125 dwt dely Newcastle 1/10 Feb redel Singapore-Japan
$6100 daily + $330000 bb - Rio Tinto
'Coal Hunter' 2006 82989 dwt dely Santos 1/5 Feb trip via PG redel
PMO $14500 daily + $450000 bb - Copa Shipping
'Navios Helios' 2005 77075 dwt dely EC South America 10/20 Feb trip
redel Spain-Portugal $7500 daily + $280000 bb - Bunge
'Jin Chao' 2011 75008 dwt dely retro Singapore 13 Jan trip via EC
South America redel Singapore-Japan $7500 daily - cnr
'Navios Magellan' 2000 74333 dwt dely psg Singapore 25/31 Jan trip
via EC South America redel Singapore-Japan approx $7000 daily - cnr
'Torm Anholt' 2004 74195 dwt dely Xiamen 18/20 Jan trip via EC South
America redel Singapore-Japan $7000 daily - Sinoriches
'Feng Huang Shen' ex Ruby Crest 1997 73330 dwt dely Australia 1/15
Feb trip redel Singapore-Japan $5100 daily + $220000 bb - cnr
'Alpha Happiness' 1999 72893 dwt dely EC South America 18/23 Feb
trip redel Singapore-Japan $13650 daily + $360000 bb - Cargill
'Okialos' 1994 69149 dwt - $8250 daily to Louis Dreyfus>
'Belocean' 2011 58000 dwt dely Gresik spot trip redel N China
intention bauxite $8500 daily - cnr

'Bulk Honduras' 2012 57959 dwt dely Shanghai spot trip redel West
Africa $5000 daily - cnr
'Shandong Hai Tong' 2012 56724 dwt dely N China spot trip redel SE
Asia intention steels $4200 daily - cnr
''Royal Epic' 2008 56026 dwt dely Zhoushan end January 2/3 laden
legs redel worldwide $8250 daily - Pacbasin - report 17/01>
'Ocean Tomo' 2010 55621 dwt dely aps Nopac end Jan/early Feb trip
redel Japan intention grain $6750 daily + $300000 bb - cnr
'CK Glory' 2003 49400 dwt dely Jintang spot trio via Japan redel
Chittagong intention slag $6100 daily - cnr
'Zhong Hai' 1996 45189 dwt dely USGulf spot trip redel Continent
intention wood pellets approx $14250 daily - Lauritzen
'Quest' 2011 36768 dwt dely Black Sea spot trip redel Adriatic $7500
daily - Aquavita
'Fu An Hai' 2010 30300 dwt dely N.China 19/20 Jan trip redel south
east Asia $6000 daily - cnr
'Gail' 2011 28414 dwt dely Persian Gulf prompt trip int urea redel
Bangladesh approx $8500 daily - Sagar


PERIOD




'Pruva' 1995 74137 dwt dely ex drydock Hong Kong 21/26 Jan 4/7 months
trading redel worldwide $7250 daily - Oldendorff

Entry Into Enclosed Spaces Checklist




              Entry Into Enclosed Spaces
       Checklist

Vessel:-----------------                                                        Date:                               .

Item
Comment
- Location to be entered.

- Reason.

- Entry and exit points.

- Method of ventilation.

- Oxygen meter reading.
%
-       names of persons to be entered:


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-
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- Date / time of Entry

- Communication

- Breathing apparatus ready near location.

- Head of department notified.

- Safety line & light ready for use.









Responsible officer
Chief officer
Master
Name:
Name:
Name:


Signature:


Signature:


Signature:


Engine Room Preparation for Departure Checklist




Engine Room
Preparation for Departure Checklist


No.
Items
Comment
1
Are all engine staff onboard vessel?

2
Ensure the levels of heavy & diesel service tanks, also for water drain, and check the oil level for Main & Aux. Engines.

3
Ensure the proper completion & drain of starting bottles, also the drain for starting air pipes.

4
Ensure the operational readiness of air compressors.

5
Check communication links with Bridge.

6
Is Main Engine ready for sailing?

7
Are Aux. Engines ready for maneuvering?

8
Check Main Engine cooling & lub. Oil pumps.

9
Check stand-by equipment for operational readiness.

10
Is the Engine Room and Stores free from stowaways?

11
Check bilges for any leakage.

12
Is the test – in – gear with bridge satisfactory.

13
Was steering main & st. by pumps switched on.

14
Ensure the proper function of steering gear with bridge.

15
Switch on the bow thruster.







Post this list in visible location at Engine Room.








DRILLS RECORD


DRILLS RECORD
  Vessel:                                                                                                                                                   Month:                  / Year:                   
Fire Drill / Abandon Drill
·          Vessel position.
·          Drill location (fire).
·          No. Of crew participated.
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
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Other Drills (VCP)
·          Drill.
·          Vessel position.
·          No. Crew participated.








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Remarks & Items to be discussed during safety meeting:


                                                   



Safety Officer :                                                                                                                     Master :
Name : …………………………..  / Sign ……………………                                           Name: ………………….. / Sign                                  .

Deck and Cargo Preparation for Departure Checklist


Deck and Cargo
Preparation for Departure Checklist


No.
Items
Comment
1
Are cargo operations completed together with related documents?

2
Are ballasting /de ballasting operations completed?

3
Is cargo secured in accordance with Cargo Securing Manual?

4
Are stability calculations & cargoes distribution reviewed by Master?

5
Are stern ramp, sliding side door, deck openings and store doors and ventilation pipes- all closed and secured ?

6
Is cargo lift lodged & secured ?

7
Is the accommodation ladder lifted, lodged & secured?

8
Are ship’s Anchors ready for use?

9
Are Anchoring & Mooring winches tested & ready for use?

10
Are all deck personnel onboard and in their locations?

11
Is the vessel inspected for stowaways?







Post this list in a visible location at Bridge.








CARGOES SHIP/SHORE SAFETY CHECKLIST


Vessel:

Place:

Date:

Terminal/Quay:

depth at berth:

Min. air draught:

Arrival draught :

Air draught:

Calculated departure draught:

Air draught:


Instructions for Completion: The Master and terminal manager, or his representative, should complete the checklist jointly. Advice on points to be considered is given in the accompanying guidelines. The safety of operations requires that all questions should be answered affirmatively and the boxes ticked. If this is not possible, the reason should be given, and agreement reached upon precautions to be taken between ship and terminal. If a question is considered to be not applicable write NIA, explaining why if appropriate.
Procedure
ship
quay
Remarks
1. Is the depth of water at the berth, and the air draught, adequate for cargo operation?
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2. Are mooring arrangements adequate for all local effects of tide, current, weather, traffic and craft alongside?
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3. In emergency, is the ship able to leave the berth at any time?
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4. Is there safe access between the ship and the wharf? Tended by Ship / Terminal (cross out the appropriate)
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5. Is the agreed ship/terminal communications system operative?
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5.1 Communication method:
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5.2 Language:
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5.3 Radio channels/phone numbers:
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6. Are the liaison contact persons during operations positively identified?
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6.1 Ship contact persons:
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6.2 Shore contact person(s):
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6.3 Location:
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7. There is adequate crew onboard & staff in the terminal, for emergency?
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8. Have any bunkering operations been advised and agreed?
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9. Have any intended repairs to wharf or ship whilst alongside been advised and agreed?
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10. Has a procedure for reporting and recording damage from cargo operations been agreed?
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11. Has the ship been provided with copies of port & terminal regulations, including safety & pollution requirements & details of emergency services?
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12. Has the shipper provided the Master with the properties of the cargo in accordance with the requirements of Chapter VI of SOLAS?
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13. Is the atmosphere safe in holds and enclosed spaces to which access may be required, have fumigated cargoes identified, and has the need for monitoring of atmosphere been agreed by ship and terminal?
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14. Have the cargo handling capacity and any limits of travel for each Loader / un-loader been passed to the ship/terminal?
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15. Has a cargo operations plan been calculated for all stages of loading / de-ballasting or unloading/ballasting?
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16. Have the holds to be worked been clearly identified in the cargo plan, showing the sequence of work, and the grade and tonnage of cargo to be transferred each time the hold is worked?
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17. Has the need of trimming of cargo in the holds been discussed, and the method and extent been agreed?
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18. Do both ship and terminal understand and accept that if the ballast program becomes out of step with the cargo operation, it will be necessary to suspend cargo operation until the ballast operation has caught up?
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19. Have the intended procedures for removing cargo residues lodged in the holds while unloading, been explained to the ship and accepted?
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20. Has the procedures to adjust the final ship trim been decided & agreed?
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20.1 Tonnage held by the terminal conveyor system
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21. Has the terminal been advised of the time required for the ship to prepare for sea, on completion of cargo work?
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THE ABOVE HAS BEEN AGREED
Date:
Time:
Master:
Signature:
For Terminal:
Signature: