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Port Activities terms are used on the Port Activities form.

On the Data Center menu 

, under Ports and Areas, click Port Activities.

For each Port Activity, you can enter:

  • Activities: Name of the Port Activity.

  • Code: Code of up to 8 characters that can be paired with another Activity by adding its number in the Pair With column.

  • Remarks: Free-form text field for additional information.

  • Act TypeAction Type

  • Pair WithCode of another Activity to use as a pair.

  • Rsn Code: Delay Reason Code.

  • Select check boxes for these purposes:

    • Laytime Calc Import: Have a Port Activity imported into a Laytime Calculation.

    • SOF Printout (requires Onboard): To be included in a Statement of Facts report.

    • Cargo: Be able to edit the Cargo for that Port Activity.

    • Charterer: On forms, be able to select a Charterer in the Port Activity control.

    • Berth: Be able to edit the Berth for that Port Activity.

    • ROBs: Add an ROBs tab to the Port Activities form for the voyage and be able to edit in-port ROBs for that Port Activity, for reporting purposes, after the date and time have been added.

Action Types

Each term can have one of the following Act (Action) Types. Only the nine Action Types mentioned in the table below have an effect on the Laytime Calculation. A typical set of Action Types for loading or discharging cargo follows:

  • PS (Port Action Starts)

  • NR (NOR Tendered)

  • OS (Operation Starts)

  • OE (Operation Ends)

    • If there is not a matching OS to OE an error will occur - "ERROR - Port has more OE activities than OS activities“

  • PE (Port Action Ends)

    • IS/IE pairs (Interruption Starts/Ends) and DS/DE pairs (Delay Starts/Ends) can be inserted between OS and OE pairs to log interrupts and delays.

Action Type

Laytime Calculator Effect

AA = Anchor Aweigh

None

AD = Anchor Out

None

AF = All Fast

None

BE = Bunkering Ends

None

BS = Bunkering Starts

None

CA = Free Pratique Granted

None

CD = Cargo Documents On Board

None

CI = Tank Inspection Completed

None

DE = Delay Ends

Stop deducting 50% from time used

DS = Delay Starts

Start deducting 50% from time used

HF = Hose Disconnect Completed

None

HN = Hose Connect Completed

None

IE = Interruption Ends

Resume counting time

IS = Interruption Starts

Stop counting time

LL = Last Line

None

NM = Normal Event

None

NR = NOR Tendered

Laytime commenced = NOR Tendered + 6 hours
or
Laytime commenced = NOR Tendered + Turn Time

OE = Operation Ends

Stop counting time used

OR = Operation Resumes

None

OS = Operation Starts

Start counting time used

PA = Pilot On Board

None

PE = Port Action Ends

Stop counting time used if OE was not already specified

PO = Pilot Off

None

PS = Port Action Starts

For verification purposes only

RE = Rain Ends

None

RS = Rain Starts

None

SE = Shift Ends

None

SS = Shift Starts

None

XE = Dock Ends

None

XS = Dock Starts

None

Related Configuration Flags

Name/Flag

Description

Duplicate Activities for Cargoes and Berths
CFGDuplicateActivitiesForCargoesAndBerths

When this flag is enabled, those Port Activities that are flagged with the Cargo and/or Berth check box in the Port Activities form and assigned to a template will duplicate for the number of cargoes/berths that have activities at that Port.

Apply Code Pair in Port Selection
CFGApplyCodePairInPortActSelection

When enabled, selecting a port activity that is part of a code pair in the Port Activities form automatically pulls in the other activity from the pair directly underneath it. This makes it easier to add in both the start and end time of an activity that requires a duration.

Where applicable, Voyage Reporting forms validate that both paired port activities are present.

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