CREWMAN B (Lump sum) 2009 is a standard crew management agreement, in which managers routinely deliver the crew as a crew sponsor and employer to the ships. The last edition of this contract is CREWMAN B (Lump sum) 2009. The copyright of CREWMAN B (Lump sum) 2009 is available at BIMCO. Other changes include changes to the validity of medical certificates. The old three-month validity requirement was replaced by the requirement that the crew`s medical certificates be valid at the time of the crew member`s entry into the vessel and remain valid for the duration of operation. In addition, the revised agreement provides that the parties may agree on a higher medical level than that requested by the flag state. (a) the marketing of the vessel and the assessment of any future income and duration of employment provided for the vessel available for additional use and for vessels considered or negotiated as purchased by the owner; According to Grant Hunter, one of the most notable changes to Shipman is the crew management services section of the agreement. We know that some parties prefer to use Shipman, even if the agreement is only used for crew management, although we still recommend the use of the standard standard management agreement, Crewman A (agency-based). We harmonized and made Shipman`s crew rules more comprehensive in 2009 by streamlining Shipman 2009`s crew rules with crewman A (cooler costs) 2009. What is the level of performance required of managers under SHIPMAN? In particular, without prejudice to the universality of the above, directors have the right to allocate available supplies, workers and services in a manner that, in the circumstances, directors deem reasonable, reasonably exercised, fair and appropriate, but under no circumstances can the vessel be managed in a manner less favourable to the interests of the owners. (d) to monitor developments with respect to new rules and regulations relating to trade and freight restrictions, including, but not limited to, the provisions adopted by the United States, and the provisions adopted by the United Nations, including recommendations from recognized maritime organizations such as IMO, Bimco, the National Shipbrokers Association , etc.; This addendum number.