The ability of a vessel to safely navigate.
This means that the vessel body and its facilities such as the engine are in a good working order for a normal voyage, and that the vessel has the crew, foods and other supplies necessary for the voyage. Seaworthiness is certified according to the class of vessel, and the vessel owner is responsible for maintaining the seaworthiness for a general vessel charter agreement. The carrier is sailing a vessel that has been certified as seaworthy by the shipowner.

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