||All the agreements in regard
to "Port of Ulsan" pilotage district
shall be in accordance this contract.
||Any items not provided
for in this contract shall be governed by
laws and ordinances or common practice.
|| A pilot shall faithfully perform
his duties of piloting the vessel in the capacity
of an adviser to the master to contribute
to the efficient operation of the vessel as
well as to ensure the safety of traffic at
||The rights and obligations of
the master for the safety of the vessel shall
not be altered by boarding a pilot.
The pilot may refuse his service in case of following
|| Where a vessel is
||Where weather, the condition
of a vessel and its cargoes or the condition
of waterway is considered likely to jeopardize
the safe navigation of the ship.
||Where inclement weather impedes
the safe operation of the pilot boat.
||Where boarding facilities for
pilot are considered unsafe.
||Where there seems to exist any
danger to the safety of a pilot in executing
||Where the district maritime
and port authority does not permit a vessel
to enter or leave the port or to move within
||Such other cases as where there
exist other just causes.
When the shipowner or his agent delays the payment
of pilotage charges without proper reasons, the
pilot may request that the concerned District
Maritime and Port Authority should suspend the
departure of the said vessel or another vessel
belonged to the same shipowner.
For the safety of navigation of the ship, the
pilot district office may assign 2 pilots or more,
after consulting with the master, shipowner or
their agent, in case of piloting of a vessel over
30,000 gross tons or a vessel in special conditions.
But where a vessel transporting the dangerous
cargoes, oil, LNG, LPG or the like including "Oil"
in accordance with the provision of number 1,
Article 1 of the Korean Law of Marine for Protection,
the pilot district office shall assign 2 pilots
or more. However, it need not to be so where a
shipowner owns all facilities for mooring and
cargo-handling and the mooring master, an employee
of shipowner, is competent to assist the pilot.(Amended
by the competent Authority No. 91572-657, Dec.
|| The master of a
vessel shall take all necessary steps for
the pilot and pilot boat by giving lee side,
reducing speed of the vessel, stopping, engines,
etc., when the pilot gets on board and subsequently
leaves the ship.
|| The pilot ladder be maintained
safe and clean and set up suitable for the
||The master shall always keep
ropes, a life buoy and a heaving line at hand
ready for use.
||The master shall provide a light
to illuminate the ladder effectively at night
so as to ensure safe embarking and disembarking
of the pilot.
The master of a ship shall, where the pilot gets
on board his ship for piloting, provide him with
information on the technical features of the ship,
gross tonnage, draught of water, dimensions, description
of engine, speeds, conditions of nautical instruments,
steering malfunction and other particulars necessary
|| The master shall
ensure that the pilot's )orders are carried
out quickly and correctly by his )officers
|| The master shall have his officers
and crew keep continuous and careful lookout
on his vicinity and immediately notify anything
unusual to the pilot.
||The master shall always have
the engines of his vessel and anchors ready
for use and shall co-operate with the pilot
in using tugs and other means needful for
|| The master shall provide a
pilot with a resting place and other necessary
facilities while he is aboard a vessel for
||When apprentice pilots are accompanied,
he master shall also provide them with similar
|| A pilot, an apprentice pilot,
crew or their family and pilot office shall
be entitled to compensation by the master
or shipowner respectively for any loss of
life, personal injury, damage to he pilot
boat, other properties or their personal effects
caused by the ship.
||When a pilot detained or segregated
by quarantine or any other reason ascribable
to the vessel after his pilotage service,
the master or ship owner shall indemnify the
pilot for his loss.
|| The master or shipowner
shall not pursue the pilot with any personal
liability for damages or losses caused to
the vessel, master, crew or any third person,
even though the damages or losses resulted
from negligence of the pilot in rendering
his services. In such cases the said pilot
can not be entitled to the payment of both
the pilotage fee and pilot boat charge to
be paid for his services.
|| With regard to any claim arising
out of the lawsuit and any other action by
a third person directly against the pilot
by reason of his negligence in piloting, the
master or shipowner shall compensate the pilot
for the part which exceeds the total amount
of pilotage fee paid or payable to the pilot
for his services of the said vessel. However,
in case the master or shipowner is entitled
to limit his liability under applicable law
pertaining to shipowner's liability for any
direct indemnity to such third person is deducted
within the said limitation to which the master
or the shipowner is entitled to limit his
liability to such third person under applicable
law pertaining to shipowner's liability.
||The provisions of Article 16
paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 shall not apply
to such personal liability of the pilot as
may arise by reason of his intentional or