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Laytime Calculation


The target group for this course is employees working in chartering and operations department. It is our ambition to give them an in-depth knowledge on how to do the laytime calculation. The course will address all aspects of this important topic including a variety of risks associated with the commercial/operational decision-making process. This knowledge is valuable for experienced people and newcomers in a ship owning entity having in-house chartering & operation activities, for shipbrokers and charterers.



The purpose of this 1-day course is to give the participants in depth knowledge about rules, regulations and contracts influencing your way of doing laytime calculations. We will also emphasise the importance of using this knowledge in day-to-day operations.


Day 1 

Main Principles

-          Laytime basic

-          SHINC/SHEX etc

-          WWD

-          NOR/SOF

-          Pumping Log

-          Time bar

Case study and spesific examples


-          General (Liberal)

-          Weather Delay

-          COW comply with IMO

-          Health regulations

-          Free Pratique

-          LayCan

-          Protest



Seminar fee NOK 3,000 per person for the full programme for members.
For non-members the seminar fee is NOK 4
,000 for the full programme.
More than one person from one company gives a discount of 10%.
The seminar fee covers lectures, documentation, handouts, diploma and lunch.


Winter 2011 - REGISTER HERE
The course will be held at Park Inn Hotel in Oslo on 21st March 2011 at 09.00 17.00, register here 

Registration terms
Any cancellations must be made in writing to
post@shippingoffshorenetwork.no..  Cancellations received no later than one week before the course date will be subject to an administrative fee for NOK 1,500. Cancellations after this time will be liable for the full fee. However substitutions may be made at any time at no extra charge, but have to be notified in advance to post@shippingoffshorenetwork.no. Confirmation will be sent by e-mail. 

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