If repairs covered under this insurance are carried out simultaneously with work which is not covered under any loss of hire insurance, but which:
- is carried out to fulfil classification requirements, or
- is necessary to enable the ship to meet technical and operational safety requirements or perform its contractual obligations, or
- is related to the reconstruction of the ship,
the insurer shall pay compensation for half of the time common to both categories of repair in excess of the deductible period.
If repairs resulting from two casualties, both of which are covered under this insurance, are carried out simultaneously, the rule in sub-clause 1 shall apply correspondingly for the time that is within the deductible period of one casualty, but not within the deductible period of the other casualty.
If repairs covered under this insurance and work covered under other loss of hire insurance are carried out simultaneously, the insurer shall pay compensation for half of the repair time common to both categories of work in excess of the deductible period. This also applies where repairs under the other insurance contract are carried out within the deductible period under this insurance contract. Furthermore, if work which is not covered under any loss of hire insurance but which falls within the scope of sub-clause 1 is carried out simultaneously, the insurer shall only pay compensation for one fourth of the common repair time which exceeds the deductible period.
When applying the rules set out in sub-clauses 1-3, each category of work shall be deemed to have lasted for the number of days the work would have required if each category of work had been carried out separately, reckoned from the time the work started. Unless the circumstances clearly indicate another point in time, all categories of work shall be deemed to have started on the ship's arrival at the yard. Any delay which might occur due to several categories of work being carried out simultaneously shall be attributed to all categories in proportion to the number of days each category would have required if carried out separately, reckoned from the time the work started. However, the insurer’s liability shall not exceed the amount that would have been payable if the category of work for which he is liable had been carried out separately.