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The record of course, distance and speed made good, and course and distance to go should be completed daily and a full set of routine weather observations, with a report of sea and swell conditions, should be entered at the end of each watch. Details of severe weather met and the action taken should be recorded. For example, the log book should record when the vessel has been hove-to in adverse weather, or when course has been altered to avoid a tropical storm. In addition, the log book should contain full details of any matters which might affect the cargo and its condition.
The sense of charterparty clauses relating to important matters such as lying aground, cargo to be loaded under the supervision and direction of the master, appointment of charterers' supercargo, quantity of bunkers on redelivery and option of bunkering for owners' account, authority for charterers to sign bills of lading in accordance with mate's or tally clerk's receipts, and action to be taken in event of stevedores' damage will also be reproduced in the owners' voyage orders. The owners' voyage orders may remind the master to ensure that all invoices for the charterers' account are endorsed with a stamp stating: 'The goods and/or services being hereby ordered, acknowledged and/or receipted for, are being ordered and/or accepted solely for the account of charterers of the mv ................
A right to retain goods in his possession while he has unfulfilled claims against the charterer or the cargo owner. Such a claim might be, for example, for freight, for general average contributions, or for expenses incurred by the shipowner or master in protecting or preserving the goods carried. ) The master may be asked to retain possession of the goods, either by keeping them on the vessel, or by maintaining them in the shipowner's possession—for example, by releasing them to a person or place where he retains control over them.