11.2 Accept a ship, aircraft, equipment or other object to be docked, Repair, repair, maintenance or storage, we do so subject to the provisions of Milford Docks Act 1874, the Harbours Docks and Piers Clauses Act 1847, the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 and all other laws or regulations that give the company or harbour master the right to confiscate, stop, distract or sell the vessel (the laws). In order to avoid any doubt, the general pledge right defined in point 11.1 in the event that a notification is served in accordance with the laws remains fully in effect and effective until the interest rate and, if the liability is challenged, an appropriate provision for the company`s foreseeable legal costs have been received by the company.11.3 The owner releases the company from all liabilities. costs, expenses, damages and losses (including direct, indirect or consequential damages, loss of profits, loss of reputation and all interest, penalties and legal costs that have been adequately incurred, as well as any other reasonable business costs and expenses), claims or proceedings initiated or commenced against the company or its agents or agents as a result of action taken under this clause 11. “Marina” includes a marina, berth or other take-off, navigation, mooring or berthing facility of a vessel in possession or under company control. 3.6 Any person who uses part of the Marina, premises or facilities for any purpose and by invitation or by any other means at their risk, unless an injury or deterioration of person or property is suffered by negligence or premeditation of the business for which the company is responsible. 3.1.3 as a result of the non-exploitation of the blockage for any reason;3.1.4 due to a loss or interruption of power or Internet connection;3.1.5 due to the unavailability of one of Marina`s services; except to the extent that such loss, theft or damage may be caused by negligence or intentional act of the company or its responsible companies. 4.10 Ships that are stored ashore in the premises are launched or flown as close to the specified period as the company considers that the vessels stored, as permitted by the seut period, the weather conditions and the facilities available, in an order to prevent other vessels from being moved for this purpose, as well as to economically exploit the facilities made available to the company. Subject to an explicit written agreement to the contrary, a launch or recovery date is indicated in good faith and is not guaranteed. 16.8 No guarantee or liability is assumed by the company for the adequacy of a berth, water depth or facilities in the marina or on site. Owners immediately notify the company if a defect occurs in the marina or Premises infrastructure, including the pier, wharves, ropes, buoys, residents or hydraulic/electric/safety appliances.

13.2 The Company may allow you, at its sole discretion, to terminate the contract before the expiry of the term agreed in the application. If the company has such discretion, you (i) must notify the company in writing for at least 30 days if you wish to terminate the contract (this notification expires at the end of the deadline set by the application); (ii) to the business that, for the period during which the vessel was actually in the marina or premises (including the length of the notice period), applies to the business based on the day-to-day costs published by the company (or any other charge that the company can reasonably decide) for that period and does not contain long-term discounts on residents or warehouses claimed at the time of the application.