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Who pays for scrubbers in a time charter?

Shipowners are responsible for the seaworthiness and maintenance of vessels. In certain circumstances it could fall upon them to pay for the installation of a scrubber system

If a vessel is not capable of burning compliant fuel, then it will not be seaworthy and legally fit for service so the owner will be compelled at its own time and cost to take the necessary steps for compliance

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