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Ships Particulars:

Vessels name Flag Call sign IMO Number MMSI Number Port of Registry Delivery Date Cargo Gear Nominal Teus Teus 14th Reefer point S. DWT S. Draft LOA Beam GT NT Speed Builder Propelling Engine Bowthruster Classifications Managing Owner Operator

CMA CGM Florida UK 2AKU3 9348704 235060593 London 28/02/2008 Gearless 5078 3280 715 reefer plugs 65890 t 13.50m 294,1m 32,2m 54309 34832 26 Kt Hyunday /1826 Man B&W 10K 98 MC 1x 1800kw BV+Hull&Machinery, unrestricted navigation CMA CGM CMA CGM

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Crew List

Total number of crew members: 24 Deck Department

Rank Master Chief Mate 2nd Mate 3rd Mate Deck Cadet Bosun AbleSeaman Rating Rating Rating Rating Rating

Nationality French German Bulgarian Romanian Romanian Russian Bulgarian Filipino Filipino Filipino Romanian Romanian

Name Jean-Pierre Marceau Gustav Lundgren Anton Asen Radu Rosu Florin Tanase Vladimir Bastritzkaya Boiko Bojidar Bayanai Hansing Aromin Babaylan Batong Cablayan Catalin Ursu George Bulac

Engine Department Rank Chief Engineer 1st Engineer 2nd Engineer Electrical Engineer Motorman Engineer Cadet Nationality Russian Romanian French French Romanian Romanian 3 Name Miroslav Boronin Vlad Tica Luc Bisset Jaques Girardot Dumitru Procop Valentin Budarau

Rating Rating

Ukrainian Ukrainian

Stanislav Varanic Mykola Rabantinov

Galley Department Rank Chief Cook Assistant Cook Steward Cabin Steward Nationality French French Romanian Romanian Name Gerard Dupin Louis Furet Liviu Vasile Costel Balaboi

My name is Jean-Paul Marceau and I m in the maritime business for 25 years. I am a ship captain for 8 years and I work for a CMA CGM subsidiary company for 3 years. Being a captain has both avantages and disadvantages . The biggest advantage of all is that Im very well paid so I can provide my family a strong financial situation. But with great power comes great responsibility. Peoples lives depend of my decisions, thats why it takes a strong character and a healthy judgement to be a ship captain.

When I was younger I used to see things different and the nowadays disadvantages of this job like being away from home, living an adventurous life were the attractive points in that time of youth. This is my second voyage on the CMA CGM Florida a 5078 TEUS container ship of 294m length and 32 m breadth. The ship is well equiped with high standard navigational systems and bowthrusters. I am very satisfied with this young vessel's performances and until now we haven't encountered problems that could not be dealt with. We are transporting refridgerated fish and oysters from the North Sea waters and the Atlantic coast of France in specialized reefer containers so it is very important that we deliver on time the cargo to protect the interests of both the shipper and the consignee. This would be the second month of the 4 months voyage on the following navigational route: North Sea- English Channel FranceNorth America.

VOYAGE CHARTER PARTY

1. Preamble: It is hereby agreed between the Owners and the Charterers that the Vessel - being in every respect fit for the carriage of the cargo - shall proceed to the loading port indicated below or so near thereunto as she may safely get and lie always afloat, and there load the cargo, which the Charterers bind themselves to supply, and carry it with all the possible despatch to the

port of discharge indicated below or so near thereunto as she may safely get and lie always afloat, and there deliver the cargo. The carriage under this Charter shall be performed against payment of freight and in accordance with ___ 3. Charterers: represented by (agent): Mar Broker International represented by Mr. James Fowly designated broker 4. Vessel: a name:CMA CGM Florida b - G RT NRT DWT (All Told on Summer loadline):54.309 t/ 34832 t / 65890 tdw c - present position: North Sea Terminal-Bremerhaven ; latitude: d - rc/ass. cubic capacity, equipment, etc.): Cargo gear: The ship is gearless Classifications: BV+ Hull+Machinery, containership, unrestricted navigation

5. Cargo: (quantity, packing. special features, etc.) A part cargo of

of which 100 %..........may be carried on deck. .....% more or less at Charterers...........( Owners /Charterers) option to be declared when / on....................................(actual commencement of chartering of vessel) 6. Laydays (number of days allowed for loading) not to commence before 8 a.m. on

Cancelling date and time: (when the vessel must be ready for loading) 7. Advance Notice of Readiness to load to be sent to (Shipper and Charterer 8.Loading: a - port(s): Bremerhaven_______________________________________ b - time: (quantity per weather working day. total time for loading) c - cost: (fixedprice /free in & stowed/'fas.} d - dunnage paid by (Owners or Charterers) e - stevedores paid by (Owners or Charterers) f - vessel's agent appointed by (Owners or Charterers) g - max. loaded draft in.........(salt/fresh) water not to exceed: h - shippers:

9.Discharging a - port(s): b - time: (quantity per weather working day. total time for discharging) c - cost: (fixed price /free out.) d - stevedores paid by (Owners. Charterers or Consignee) e - vessel's agent appointed by (Owners or Charterers) f- max. loaded draft in.........(salt/fresh) water not to exceed:

g - Consignee(s):

10.Freight-rate (the costs of transportation of the cargo by the vessel). per 40 ft. Container on quantity (delivered/taken in). 11.Demurrage (compensation-payment when toad/no- or discharging time has been exceeded): a - in loading payable by.................................................. (Charterer/Shipper) b - in discharging payable by......................................... (Consignee/Charterers} Brokerage:.....% on freight and deadweight is due to (the agent)

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BILL OF LADING

The cargo described below has been shipped at the Port of Loading............ in apparent good order and condition by Shipper)................................... on board the vessel...............................................for carriage to the Port of Discharge................or so near thereto as she may safely get the 9

goods specified below. Consignee:..........................................................,.......................... Notify address:................................................................................. Place of delivery by precarrier:............................................................. Place of delivery by oncarrier:....................................................... Forwarding agent:............................................................................. TERMS: This Bill of Lading has been issued subject to terms, conditions, benefits and exceptions as set out in the Charter Party dated..................... governing this voyage, except in so far as may be indicated on the reverse of this Bill of Lading.

SHIPPER'S DESCRIPTION OF CARGO (CARRIER NOT RESPONSIBLE)

Marks / numbers particulars

Description of goods, package and

GROSS WEIGHT:

Freight:.........................(Prepaid/Collect) Time used for loading:..............days................hours. In Witness whereof the Master or Agent of the said vessel has signed the number of Bills of Lading indicated below. Place and date:.......................... 10

Signature:...............................

Number of original Bs/L:

EXAMPLE: THE CARGO MANIFEST MV.................. Master.............. Manifest of cargo for

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B/LNo. Shippers Consignee Marks & Description of and party number goods s to be notified

Weight Remarks

NOTICE OF READINESS

Messrs. Shippers, Receivers and Port Authorities.

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CMA CGM Florida Voy.No.01390/N-leg. Port: New York- Savannah Date: 23-03-2009 Dear Sirs, This is to notify you that the above vessel under my command arrived at the Port of Savannah at 09:00 hrs March 23rd and is ready in all respects to discharge a cargo of 2500 containers of nominal dimension containing in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Charter Party dated 20 February 2009. Please acknowledge the above. Yours Truly, Jean-Paul Marceau, Master of CMA-CGM Florida

Notice accepted at 13:00 hrs on March 23rd 2009 Signature ..................(Shippers / Receivers) Agent.

THE MATE'S RECEIPT SHIPPER: CONSIGNEE:

ADDRESS TO BE NOTIFIED: 13

VESSEL PORT OF LOADING PORT OF DISCHARGE FREIGHT (PREPAID / PA YABLE AT DESTINATION) Number of original B/L CARGO DESCRIPTIONS OF GOODS & PACKAGES

MARKS & NUMBERS GROSS WEIGHT

SPECIFICATION OF FREIGHT AND CHARGES IN TO: MASTER

DEADFREIGHT LETTER

From CMA-CGM Florida. To Shipping. Molina Date

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19-07-2002. Dear Sirs, Please be informed that the vessel under my command has loaded light of deadweight to the amount of 510 metric tons of Methanol. According to the vessel's ullages taken upon completion of loading at the COMCOlnstallation at Swansea the cargo totalled 7,990 metric tons of Methanol. However, you inserted a quantity of 8,500 metric tons in the Bill of Lading, which means that there is a difference of 510 metric tons. We will therefore sign a foul Bill of Lading. I herewith submit formal notice, reserving owners' right to claim deadfreight as they may consider necessary as per covering Charter Party. Please acknowledge receipt of this letter. Yours faithfully, Jean-Paul Marceau , Master of CMA CGM Florida

STATEMENT OF FACTS

I, Jean Paul Marceau, Master of The Good Ship CMA CGM Florida, call sign 2BLN2, GT 54309 tons, properly stowed, manned and equipped, of

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London Registration, owned by CMA-CGM Company, hereby declare that my vessel, underway from Brest to New York on April 29th, 2009, with a cargo of 5,078 containers, met with adverse weather on the said date that caused extreme rolling and pitching of my vessel. To protect vessel and cargo from any losses or damage I ordered to reduce speed to "half ahead". Therefore our ETA-New York was retarded, which has resulted in a delay of 20 hours. I hereby deny all responsibilities for any damage caused by the bad weather situation. Signed: J.P. Marceau, Master.

THE SEA PROTEST Note of Protest On this day, the........of...........in the year of the Lord two thousand and ...........before me, Peter S. van den Berg, Notary Public at the city of

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Rotterdam Netherlands, duly admitted and sworn in, personally appeared........... Master of MV..................................., GT.............or thereabouts, registered at......................., and belonging to the port of........ sailing from............to...................on the...............day of .......... in the year two thousand and.........with a cargo of...................... and arrived in the Port of...................on the...............day of ............ in the year two thousand and................, WHO NOTED AND ENTERED into my Register his Protest, to be extended if necessary, against rough seas, wind and heavy rain, particularly against damage and loss to the said cargo during the said voyage. Signed before me.....................................-PS. van den Berg Notary Public at.................hrs on date.............................. Master:.....................................(MV..................................) Agents: Messrs....................................................

LETTER OF PROTEST

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Voy: Recife - Rotterdam

Lying at: Rotterdam-Botlek. Cargo: 8,500 tons refrigerated cargo. Date: 15 October-2002. To: Greenwood Services.

Bert/Terminal: Merwedehaven - 6A

Dear Sir, Please be advised that there is a discrepancy between ship- and shore figures covering 8,500 tons refrigerated cargo. During discharging at your terminal this 15 October 2002 of the above mentioned cargo our first mate observed the following fact that was detrimental to the quantity / quality of the cargo: inadequate stowing and transportation of 300 tons of frozen fish, resulting in severe deterioration of quality due to thawing. In order to protect the interests of our principals, Messrs. Pronk-Seafood Rotterdam, we regret having to advise you on their request and on their behalf, that they hold you responsible for all costs, expenses and/or detrimental consequences which might result from the above.

For receipt, Master: J. Griffioen Signature: + stamp

Greenwood services Signature

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