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PRELIMINARY REPORT

(Dated … May … June 20167)


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VESSEL : “BUANA OCEAN 09GOLDEN WAY 2516” Formatted ...


(Flat top barge of 2,2401,207 g.r.t., built in 20062013)
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CASUALTY : 18 March 201622 March 2017 : During heavy weather the Bbarge “BUANA OCEAN 09GOLDEN WAY Formatted ...
2516” experience broken mooring rope consequence the barge struck Mother Vessel of MV. “THAI
OCEAN” whilst ship to ship cargo operation conduct at Kabaena Island, South East Sulawesi
Province. contact with MT “ELITE” at Jetty J2 Jurong, Singapore.

INSURANCES : Insurers : PT. Bess Central Insurance. Formatted ...


Policy Number : 04011600003230401160000501.
On : Hull and Fittings, Engines, Machinery, Equipment, Material etc. and everything Formatted ...
connected therewith, nothing exclude.
Period : From 12 December27 February 2016 to 27 12 February December 2017 (Both dates Formatted ...
inclusive, Jakarta Time at 00.01 hours).
Conditions : Institute Time Clauses – Hulls 1/10/83 (Cl. 280) amended to Include 34/4th Collision Formatted ...
Liability and Damage to Fixed and Floating Object with clause 1.1.2 deleted up to the
hull vessel value.
Insured Value : Rp 812,000500,000,000. Formatted ...
Deductibles : 1% (or equivalent Rp 80125,000,000) of Sum Insured each vessel any one accident,
min Rp 50,000,000. Formatted ...
Warranties : i. the vessel must be sailing with a valid Seawothiness Certificate issued by a
Competent Authority of Sea Communication.
ii. Classed and Class maintained at the time of accident, except whilst dry docked
or under repair and/or comply with class requirement in obtaining/ maintaining
class certificate once the vessel has been classed under classification of BKI.
iii. the vessel must be in seaworthy condition at the time of accident and any
insufficiency of vessel’s construction, equiptmentequipment, outfit and crew for Formatted: Font: 8.5 pt
the trade of service in which the vessel is employed, or any bad stowage or ever
loading of cargo, are breaches of the warranty of seaworthiness.
iv. that the vessel is seaworthy and the seaworthiness maintained (full & valid
document).
v. no overload cargo or passenger on board at the time of accident.
vi. availability and valid vessel statutory document and/or statutory certificate.
vii. single tow only.
viii. sailing permit from Port Authority.
ix. seaworthiness warranty.
x. skilled and/or experience and Autrhorized for all crews.
xi. for towing operation, the tug boat should not be under power condition/ the
power of tug boat should be adequate.
xii. trading within Indonesian & ASEAN waters (as per seaworthiness certificate), Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", Hanging: 3.25"
subject to
- Navigation limitations for Hull War, Strike, Terrorism, and Related Perils Endorsement JW2005/001A. Formatted: Not Highlight
- Hull War, Strikes, Terrorism and Related Perils Notice of Cancellation Administration Clause JW2005/001B . Formatted: Font: 8.5 pt, Highlight
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Bankers Clause in favour of PT. Bank Central Asia, Tbk. Cab Batam. or numbering
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CASUALTY Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", Hanging: 3.25"


SUMMARY : On 22 March 2017 whilst the barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” was alongside to Mother Vessel of MV. “THAI OCEAN” for Formatted: Highlight
ship to ship cargo operation at Kabaena Island, South East Sulawesi Province; at 06.00 hours the weather deteriorated
with high wave and strong wind blew from north. At 07.00 barge mooring rope broken parted and due to strong current Formatted: Font: 8.5 pt, Highlight
push the barge therefore the barge struck portside aft of the mother vessel.
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STATUS OF Formatted ...
REPAIRS : At the time of our survey, we found that the damage barge has not been repaired yet.
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ESTIMATED
COSTS OF
REPAIRS : - At the time of our attend on board the barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516”, visually we inspected the condition of barge; we
notedthat the damage that related to the casualty was minor. Tip of rampdoor was dented.
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- Based on Statement and Receipt from the vessel Owner of MV. “THAI OCEAN” which stated that the opponent have
receive settlement from the barge Owner the amount of US$ 35,000.00. This settlement was full and final.
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STATUS OF
CASE : The damage to MV. “THAI OCEAN” was caused by struck by barge viz. “GOLDEN WAY 2516” is covered under 4/4ths
Collision Liability and cost of damage repair to the barge is a “peril of the seas and cover for which is provided under
Clause 6.1.1. of the Institute Time Clauses – Hulls 1/10/83 (Cl. 280). Further, the Assured still need to provide with
certificates/documents in order to show compliancy with the Policy warranties. We are awaiting the weather report from
the “Badan Metereologi, Klimatologi dan Geofisika” (BMKG) to conclude the cause of damage of the barge and the
barge’s policy liability. Formatted: Font: 8.5 pt
CASUALTY
SUMMARY : Whilst maneuvering to cast off the Jetty J2 Jurong, Singapore, the Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09” assisted by
tugboat “BUANA PACIFIC” contact bow of of MT. “ELITE” which was being berthed at Jetty J2 Jurong,Singapore.

REPAIRS : At the time of our survey on board the barge “BUANA OCEAN 09”, we noted that no majyor damage was
suffered by the barge. Based on the information available to us regarding the extend of damage suffered
by MT. “ELITE”, we estimated that the cost of repair would be around of Rp 250,000,000 (excluding
general service) the cost of repair of MT. ‘ELITE” would be at around of Rp 250,000,000 (excluding general
service charges).

STATUS OF
CASE : the damage sustained by the MT “ELITE” as a result of having been contacted by the Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09”
whilst maneuvering to cast off the Jetty J2 Jurong in the afternoon of 18 March 2016 and cover is provided under
Clause 8.1 of Institute Time Clause Hulls 1/10/83 (Cl.280) which provide cover in respect of 3/4th Collision Liability.
Up to issuance this report we still don’t have further information wether the MT. “ELITE” have been repair yet.
Further, the Barge Owner still have to provide certificates in order to fill compliancy with the Policy warranties.
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PRELIMINARY REPORT

1. SUMMARY OF FACTS
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On 20 March 2017 at 08.00 hours the barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” undertow tugboat “BUANA SUCCESS 18” Formatted: Indent: First line: 0"
commence voyage from jetty Malandahi, Kabaena Island, South East Sulawesi to the anchorage which the mother vessel Formatted: Not Highlight
MV. “THAI OCEAN” has been anchored for discharge her cargo. The barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” was scheduled to
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loading cargo from mother vessel with ship to ship (STS) method. The mother vessel anchored at position 05°05'50.10"S
/121°50'53.00"E, Kabaena Waters. Formatted: Not Highlight
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At 09.40 hours, the barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” completed alongside to MV. “THAI OCEAN” at portside and ship to ship Formatted: Not Highlight
commence. The distance between jetty Balanday and location of ship to ship operation was approximately 1.35 NM. Formatted: Not Highlight
During the ship to ship operation on going, the tugboat returned to the jetty for stand by.
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On 22 March at 06.00 hours the weather deteriorated rendered with high wave approximately 2-3 meters in high and Formatted: Not Highlight
strong wind blew from south west , the Master of MV. “THAI OCEAN” contacted the tugboat Master of “GOLDEN WAY Formatted: Not Highlight
2516” and requested to pull out the barge. The tugboat immediately cast off from jetty and commenced to approaching Formatted: Indent: First line: 0"
mother vessel. At 07.00 hours the barge aft mooring rope broken. At the time the barge aft mooring rope broken, the Formatted: Not Highlight
tugboat was arrived at vicinity. At 07.04 hours the middle mooring rope broken and consequenced the barge rampdoor
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mother vessel portside aft section. At 07.10 hours the tug made manuevere by pushed the barge aft in line with the mother
vessel then towed the barge to the jetty for shelter. Formatted: Not Highlight
On 18 March 2016 at 02.30 hours, barge “BUANA OCEAN 09” underwoted tugboat “BUANA PACIFIC” commenced Formatted: Not Highlight
her voyage from Batu Ampar, Batam, Indonesia bound for Jurong, Singapore for loading operation. The barge have Formatted: Not Highlight
pusher on her aft to navigate on the narrow area. Formatted: Not Highlight
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At 08.00 hours on the same day, the flotilla arrived and berthed on jetty J2, Jurong, Singapore for loading operation.
The barge loaded with steel plates on her midship and 2 (two) tiers of containers on her forward. At 17.30 hours on Formatted: Not Highlight
the same day as berthed the loading operation completed, the tugboat which moored alongside the barge communce to Formatted: Font: 11 pt
cash off the barge from jetty J2 Jurong for shifting to jetty kepel. The barge ordered to shifting due to limited space for Formatted: Not Highlight
berthing at jetty J2 wrong Keppel. Formatted: Not Highlight
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Unfortunately when the tugboat pulled out the barge suddenly strong current rendered withhit wind blew from
South East. TPush the barge was pushed from forward side hence as a consequence the barge drifted to aftward side and Formatted: Not Highlight

her portside aft contact struck the forward starboard side MT. “ELITE” which berthed at aftward her. After the contact, the Formatted: Not Highlight
barge canded at to cash off and rebirthed at jetty J2 Jurong for discussingon the accident with Master of MT. “ELITE”. Formatted: Not Highlight
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Our Surveyors conducted damage surveys to the Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09”/tugboat “BUANA PACIFIC” inat Batu
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Ampar, Batam, Riau Island Province on 23 April 2016.

Our surveyor attended on board of tugboat “BUANA SUCCESS 18” whilst she berthed at Jetty Malandahi whilst the
barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” anchored near of jetty Malandahi on 25 March 2017. Formatted: Not Highlight
At the time of our visit on board the barge “BUANA OCEAN 09”, we noted that the barge suffered no damage reagarding this
collision.

2. SHIP PARTICULARS Formatted: Body Text, Left, Indent: Left: 0", Hanging:
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Barge Formatted: Font: Not Bold

Vessel : “GOLDEN WAY 2516”. Formatted: Not Highlight


Port of Registry : Batam.
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Flag : Indonesia.
Class : BKI.
GRT : 2240. Formatted: Not Highlight
NRT : 672. Formatted: Not Highlight
LOA : 73.15 m. Formatted: Not Highlight
Breadth : 24.38 m.
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Depth : 4.88 m.
Owner/Operator : PT. BUANA BENUA SHIPPING. Formatted: Not Highlight
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The barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” is a flat top barge of all welded steel construction built in 2013. She is fitted with Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.75"
the surrounding side board on her deck and a ramp door in her foremost for loading and un loading cargo
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purpose.Barge
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Vessel : “BUANA OCEAN 09”. Formatted: Font: 11 pt
Port of Registry : Tanjung Pinang.
Flag : Indonesia.
Class : BKI.
GRT : 1814.
NRT : 545.
LOA : 76.25 m.
Breadth : 21.34 m.
Depth : 4.88 m.
Owner/Operator : PT. BUANA TRANSPERINDO WAHANA INTERNASIONAL.

The barge “BUANA OCEAN 05” is a flat top barge of all welded steel construction built in 2006. She is fitted with the
surrounding side board on her deck and a ramp door in her foremost for transfer cargo purpose. Formatted: Font: 11 pt

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2. SHIP PARTICULARS (continued)


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2. SHIP PARTICULARS (continued)

Tugboat

Vessel : “BUANA SUCCESS 18”. Formatted: Not Highlight


Port of Registry : Batam.

Flag : Indonesia.

Class : BKI.

GRT : 148. Formatted: Not Highlight

NRT : 48.

LOA : 22.18 m.

Breadth : 7.32 m.

Depth : 3.20 m.

Owner/Operator : PT. BUANA BENUA SHIPPING.. Formatted: Justified, Indent: Left: 0.75", Tab stops: 1",
Left + 2.25", Left + 2.5", Left + 6.5", Right

Vessel : “BUANA SUPERIOR”.


Port of Registry : Batam.
Flag : Indonesia.
Class : BKI.
GRT : 158.
NRT : 48.
LOA : 23.50 m.
Breadth : 7.32 m.
Depth : 3.20 m.
Owner/Operator : PT. BUANA TRANSPERINDO WAHANA INTERNASIONAL.

The Tug Boat “BUANA SUCCESS 18” is a tug boat of all welded steel construction built at Batam on 2014. The tug Formatted: Not Highlight
boat is fitted (2) unit main engines of CUMMINS coupled with fixed pitch propeller generated of2 x 600 HP as her Formatted: Not Highlight
main engines and auxiliary engine of CUMMINS 2 x generate 24 KW The Tug Boat “BUANA PACIFIC” is a tug boat Formatted: Not Highlight
of all welded steel construction built at Batam on 2010. The tug boat is fitted with (2) unit main engines type
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CUMMINS coupled with fixed pitch propeller generated of, 2 x 500 HP and two auxiliary engines type CUMMINS
generate 1,533 HP. Having navigation, machineries and accommodation located at aft. Formatted: Font: Not Bold

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3. SURVEY

After we received the Underwriters’ instruction, on 21 April24 March 20162017, we then arranged a our schedule for Formatted: Not Highlight
damage survey with the Barge’s Owners through their Insurance Broker. On 23 April 201626 March 2017 we attended on Formatted: Not Highlight
board of TB. “BUANA PACIFICSUCCESS 18” whilst she moored berthed at Jetty Malandahi, Kabaena Island, South East Formatted: Not Highlight
Sulawesi alongside whilst to the barge “BUANA OCEAN 05GOLDEN WAY 2516” anchored near of jetty Malandahiand
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berthed berthed at Batu Ampar Port, Batam. We then interviewed the related parties regarding the circumstances of the
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At the time of our survey we were unable to conduct “without prejudice” survey due to the MT. “ELITE” hadve continued Formatted: Font: 11 pt
her voyage to overseas. Formatted: Justified
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The following personnel were in attendance during the survey:

- Capt. Lintang PakpahanNurman : Master of tugboat “BUANA SUCCESS 18”, representing of the ship Owner. Formatted: Not Highlight
RepesentRepresentRepresenting the Barge Owner. Formatted: Not Highlight
- Mr. BudiAgus : Chief Officer of tugboat “BUANA SUCCESS 18”, representing of the ship Formatted: Not Highlight
Owner.Representing the Barge Owner.
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- Mr. Exswhan Prasetyo : Representing the Insured (PT. Bess Central Insurance).
- Mr. Yusuf Habibi : Representing Insurance Broker (PT. Pandi Proteksi Marine). Formatted: Not Highlight
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At the time of our survey unfortunately we have no opportunity to interviewed the related parties of MV. “THAI OCEAN”
since she already cast off Kabaena waters and bound for China.
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3. SURVEY (continued)
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The circumstances of the casualty, and the following chronology of events was received based on their information, viz.:
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Weather
Date Time Detail of events
condition
Commenced voyage from Batu Ampar, Batam bound for
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18 March GoodGood Jurong, SingaporeBarge undertow tugboat bound to MV.
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Arrived inat Jurong, Singapore and started loading
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GoodGood operationBarge starboard side alongside to MV. “THAI Formatted: Not Highlight
hours
OCEAN” at portside.another barge. Formatted: Not Highlight
The barge shifted portside alongside of MV. “THAI Formatted: Not Highlight
15.02 hours Good
OCEAN” due to the vessel crane not long enough Formatted: Not Highlight
21 March 2017 16.20 hours Good The barge completed shifting operation. Formatted: Not Highlight
The tugboat cast off from barge and returned to to jetty Formatted: Not Highlight
16.45 hours Good
Malandahi. Formatted: Not Highlight
The weather deteriorated, the Master of MV. “THAI Formatted: Not Highlight
06.00 hours Heavy
OCEAN” requested the tugboat to pull off the barge. Formatted: Not Highlight
The barge aft mooring rope broken, whilst the tug was Formatted: Not Highlight
07.00 hours Heavy
approaching the barge. Formatted: Not Highlight
The barge middle mooring rope broken and consequence
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the barge’s rampdoor struck the aft of MV. “THAI OCEAN”
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22 March 2017 The tug pushed the barge to avoid the mother vessel then
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towed the barge to the jetty for shelter.
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10.00 hours Heavy The barge anchored near of jetty Malandahi.
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After the weather abated, the barge towed to MV. “THAI
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OCEAN” for continuing the cargo ship to ship operation.
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Completed alongside to the mother vessel MV. “THAI
14.55 hours Good Formatted: Not Highlight
OCEAN”.
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Overview tugboat ”BUANA PACIFICGOLDEN WAY Formatted: Font: Italic, Not Highlight
Overview barge “BUANA SUCCESS 18”OCEAN 09”
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Overview casualty site Formatted: Font: Italic

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4. EXTENT OF DAMAGES
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Based on our finding during survey, we noted the extent of damages to the barge are, as follows:
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The photographs taken by crew of “THAI OCEAN”,


Damage on the barge’s rampdoor (yellow circle) showing the extent of damage consequence struck by Formatted: Not Highlight
the “GOLDEN WAY 2516” (in red circle) Formatted
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The photographs taken by crew of “THAI OCEAN”, The photographs taken by crew of “THAI OCEAN”,
showing the extent of damage consequence struck by showing the extent of damage consequence struck by
the “GOLDEN WAY 2516” (in yellow circle) the “GOLDEN WAY 2516” (in yellow circle)

Based on our finding during survey, we noted the extent of damages to the barge are as follows: (continued)

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The photographs taken by crew of “THAI OCEAN”, The photographs taken by crew of “THAI OCEAN”, Formatted: Font: Italic
showing the extent of damage consequence struck by showing the extent of damage consequence struck by
the “GOLDEN WAY 2516” (in yellow circle) the “GOLDEN WAY 2516” (in yellow circle)

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Overview barge’s pusher which struck the MT. “ELITE”


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(yellow circle)

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Damage on forward starboard hull shown on red arrow The vessel suffer torn on her forward starboard hull Formatted: Indonesian
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Damage to the MT “ELITE” was noted as follow: Formatted Table


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Component / Parts Description Size and Description (mm) Formatted: Default, Tab stops: Not at 0.38" + 0.75"
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5. CAUSE OF DAMAGE AND POLICY LIABILITY


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Based on the information obtained during our survey on board the Tugboat “BUANA SUCCESS 18”/Barge “GOLDEN WAY
2516” at Jetty Malandahi, Kabaena Island, South East Sulawesi Province on 26 March 2017, the damage was to both Formatted: Font: Not Bold
vessels due to the barge struck the mother vessel of MV. “THAI OCEAN”

On the basis of our Surveyor’s advice above, we consider that the cost of repairing MV. “THAI OCEAN” was caused by
struck by barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” and is covered under 4/4ths Collision Liability and cost of damage to the barge
“GOLDEN WAY 2516”, which is a “peril of the seas is covered under Clause 6.1.1. of the Institute Time Clauses – Hulls
1/10/83 (Cl. 280).
5.COLLISION LIABILITY Formatted: Highlight
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i. Liability Formatted: Justified, Indent: Left: 0.77"

The collision statutory regulations as provided by the Indonesian Commercial Code stated as follows: Formatted: Indent: Left: 1.02"

Article 538

“If a ship which has herself towed comes into collision by the fault of the towing ship the Formatted: Indent: Left: 1.27"
operator of the towed and towing ship shall be severally liable for the loss or damage ”.

Our Surveyor confirmed that the damage sustained by the MT “ELITE” as a result of having been struck Formatted: Indent: Left: 1.02"
by Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09” whilst under towed by Tugboat ”BUANA PACIFIC” during maneuvering
to cast off the Jetty J2 Jurong in the afternoon of 18 March 2016.

The Owners of the MT “ELITE” made a claim against the Owners of the Tug “BUANA PACIFIC” who
also the Owners Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09” to which we consider that the Owners is legally liable
based on the above mentioned collision regulation.

On this basis, we consider that there is a “prima facie” legal liability upon the Owners of the Tug
“BUANA PACIFIC” and the Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09” for any damage and loss sustained by MT
“ELITE as a result of the accident.

ii. Quantum Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.77"


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The Owners of MT “ELITE, have not yet submitted their claim in respect of the damage and loss to their Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.77"
barge.
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iii. Policy Liability
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We have been instructed by the Insurers of the Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09” and under the barge policy, Clause Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.39"
8.1 of Institute Time Clause Hulls I/10/83 (Cl.280) which provide cover in respect of collision liability i.e “where
such payment by the Assured is in consequence of the vessel hereby insured coming into collision with any
other vessel” (our emphasis). Under the above explanation, we therefore consider the claim arising under the
barge’s policy insurance.

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6. CAUSE OF DAMAGE

Based on the information obtained during our survey on board Tugboat “BUANA PACIFIC” in Batu Ampar Port, Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.79"
Batam, Riau Island Province on 23 April 2016, we noted that the damage sustained by the MT “ELITE” as a result
of having been struck by Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09” on 18 March 2016.
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7. STATUS OF REPAIRS AND ESTIMATED COST OF REPAIRS.

Based on the extent of damage to the forward starboard side hull of the vessel MT. “ELITE”, we estimated the cost of Formatted: Highlight
repair would be at around of Rp 250,000,000 (excluding general service charges). This amount is made up based on the
available information and documents in our possession. Up to issuance this Preliminary Report we still don’t have further
information wether the MT. “ELITE” have been repair yet.

6. ESTIMATED COST OF REPAIRS

At the time of our attend on board the barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516”, visually we inspected the condition of barge; we
notedthat the damage that related to the casualty was minor. Tip of rampdoor was dented.

We had received the Statement and Receipt from the vessel Owner of MV. “THAI OCEAN” which was stated that the
opponent had received a settlement from the barge Owner with the amount of US$ 35,000.00 in full and final.

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The barge’s policy schedule contained the following warranties, viz.:

i. the vessel must be sailing with a valid Seawothiness Certificate issued by a Competent Authority of Sea
Communication.

ii. Classed and Class maintained at the time of accident, except whilst dry docked or under repair and/or comply with
class requirement in obtaining/ maintaining class certificate once the vessel has been classed under classification of
BKI.

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iii. the vessel must be in seaworthy condition at the time of accident and any insufficiency of vessel’s construction,
equiptmentequipment, outfit and crew for the trade of service in which the vessel is employed, or any bad stowage
or ever loading of cargo, are breaches of the warranty of seaworthiness.

iv. that the vessel is seaworthy and the seaworthiness maintained (full & valid document).

v. no overload cargo or passenger onb board at the time of accident.

vi. availability and valid vessel statutory document and/or statutory certificate.

vii. single tow only.

viii. sailing permit from Port Authority.

ix. seaworthiness warranty.

x. skilled and/or experience and Autrhorized for all crews.

xi. for towing operation, the tug boat should not be under power condition/ the power of tug boat should be
adequate.

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PRELIMINARY REPORT (continued)


Formatted: Normal, Indent: Left: 0", First line: 0", Tab
stops: Not at 0.38" + 0.75" + 1.13"

7. COMPLIANCE OF POLICY WARRANTIES (continued)

The policy schedule contained the following warranties, viz.: (continued)

ix. trading within Indonesian & ASEAN waters (as per seaworthiness certificate), Formatted: Font: Not Bold
xii. subject to Formatted: Body Text, Left, Indent: Left: 0.44", Hanging:
- Navigation limitations for Hull War, Strike, Terrorism, and Related Perils Endorsement 0.31", Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: i, ii, iii, … +
JW2005/001A. Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.5" + Indent at:
1", Tab stops: 1.5", Left + 2.75", Left + 3", Left + 3.25",
- Hull War, Strikes, Terrorism and Related Perils Notice of Cancellation Administration Clause Left + Not at 1.63" + 2.88" + 3.13" + 3.38"
JW2005/001B.
Formatted: Font: Not Bold, Not Highlight
Formatted: No bullets or numbering
Up to the issuance of this report, we are still obtaining the barge’s statutory certificates from the Assured barge’s Owners in
order to comply with the above warranties. Formatted: No bullets or numbering, Tab stops: 2.75",
Left + 3", Left + 3.25", Left
Formatted: No bullets or numbering, Tab stops: 2.75",
Left + 3", Left + 3.25", Left + Not at 0.38"

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PRELIMINARY REPORT (continued)
Formatted: English (United States)
Formatted: Highlight
889. CONCLUSIONS

i. From the information, evidence and documents in our possesion we consider that the damage sustained by the MV.
“THAI OCEAN” was caused by struck by barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” and is covered under 4/4ths Collision Liability
and cost of damage repairs to the barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” is covered under Clause 6.1.1. of the Institute Time
Clauses – Hulls 1/10/83 (Cl. 280).
From the information, evidence and documents in our possesion we consider that the damage sustained by the MT Formatted: Font: Arial Narrow, Highlight
“ELITE” as a result of having been struck by the Barge “BUANA OCEAN 09” whilst maneuvering to cast off the Jetty Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.69", No bullets or numbering
J2 Jurong in the afternoon of 18 March 2016 and cover is provided under Clause 8.1 of Institute Time Clause Hulls
1/10/83 (Cl.280) which provide cover in respect of 3/4th Collision Liability. Formatted: Highlight
ii. We are still waiting for the weather report from BMKG to concluded to the cause of damage, policy liability, etc.
Formatted: Normal, No bullets or numbering
iii. The damage of barge “GOLDEN WAY 2516” was minor.

iv. We had received the Statement and Receipt from the vessel Owner of MV. “THAI OCEAN” which was stated that the
opponent have receive settlement from the barge Owner the amount of US$ 35,000.00, we suggest the Insurance to
reserve of US$ 35,000.00.
i. Formatted: Font: Arial Narrow, Highlight
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ii. The estimated we estimated the cost of repair would be at around of Rp 250,000,000 (excluding general service charges).
Formatted: Highlight

iii.v. In order to show compliance of the policy warranties, the barge Barge Owners have to provide with various the Formatted: Normal, No bullets or numbering

barge’s certificates.
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Grand Slipi Tower, Lantai 16D


Jl. S. Parman Kav. 22-24
Jakarta 11480

… … MayJune 2016

PT. GLOBAL INTERNUSA ADJUSTING

(Muhammad Berly Sofianto, ST) (Capt. Dikarioso, ICAP)


Attending Surveyor Director

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Our Ref.: MHI.00443372

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