CONTRACT FOR MEDICAL EVACUATION SUPPORT FOR BASES, STATIONS, SCIENTIFIC AND TOURIST ANTARCTIC ACTIVITIES AERORESCATE S.A The following agreement _______________________name is between of AeroRescate Company S.A. and and/or _______________________(name of representative person). The object of the agreement is to provide Air Evacuation Services to vessels, not only for medical cases, but also in the event of fire, collision or grounding. Contract Clauses: 1.- Coverage 1.1.- AeroRescate´s service could be performed by helicopter every time an event occurs in a radio of 100 NM from Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales, Puerto Williams, Rio Gallegos (Argentina), Ushuaia (Argentina) and 50 nm form King George Island (Marsh base Antarctica). Helicopters are capable to evacuate people directly from vessels only if they count with properly conditioned landing decks. In case vessels do not have landing decks, the injured person has to be transported to nearby land from where the helicopter can reach him and then transport him directly to the nearest health medical centre or landing strip. 1.2.- Airplane or helicopter massive rescue operation could be performed in case of collision, fire or grounding. In that case AeroRescate will participate mainly as PART of a rescue operation in coordination with Regional S.A.R (Search And Rescue) the Air force, Navy, Police, Army, Fire department and hospitals if it is require by the S.A.R. control unit. 1.3. - Final service costs will depend on location, and any special medical or other requirement. All this cost must be paid by the Patients Insurance Company, P&I of the Vessel or Base / Station representatives. 1.4. - Airplane Medical Evacuation can be provided in combination with the helicopter or directly from places with landing strips. AeroRescate members, requiring major medical assistance could also be provided with passenger’s evacuation from Punta Arenas to Santiago (Chile) or international medical flights. 2.- Terms and Conditions 2.1. - A seasonal fee (from November to March) as described on 2.3., will be charged to _____________________ by AeroRescaste only to cover 24 Hours Standby and general coordination service and does not include the costs of the evacuations. Only after receiving an authentication code, your vessel / Base / Station will be member of AeroRescate net, this code will be the only requisite to initiate the evacuation once the letter attached to this contract is returned signed. This membership, also allows access to local coordination with mayor health centers in Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires and special Ambulance Jets to USA or any other part of the world. (All costs as resulted of this coordination, are not included in this contract fee, example: Jet cost, medical treatments, etc) 2.2. - Before every trip, the fee must be paid one month or one season in advance. 2.3.- ____________________ (representative) accepts the following AeroRescate´s services prices (select with an “X” your choice) US$2.625.- US$6.300.- Ships over 200 pax Monthly Seasonal US$1.575.- US$3.150.- Ships between 50 and Monthly Seasonal 200 pax US$ 1050.- US$2.100.- Ships less than 50 pax Monthly Seasonal US$ 1050.- US$3.150.- Bases / Stations / Monthly Seasonal Scientific Programs 3.- About the service 3.1.- Members will have internet access at www.aerorescate.cl to all new services and updates related with AeroRescate. 3.2. - All services will be performed prior checking of the authentication code. 3.3.- Only companies with accepted membership will be allowed to publish AeroRescate´s EMS service in brochures and other publicity for clients. 3.4.- One official membership certificate will be provided for each vessel. 3.5.- Members requirements will have priority over non member requirements. 3.6.- In case more than one AeroRescate member asks for the services at the same time, AeroRescate will coordinate the resources and will give priority to the patient with the highest critical condition, based on medical criteria, without further consequences for AeroRescate. 3.7.- In the event of Force Majeure the contract shall be terminated from the date on which notice has been given to the other party that a Force Majeure event has occurred. Neither party shall be required to perform any other duties pursuant to this agreement with the exception of taking any reasonable and further steps to ensure the continued safety and well being of all project personnel in the field and their safe and expeditious return from Antarctica. Members agrees to pay AeroRescate, all moneys due under this contract as of the date on which Force Majeure was declared. 3.8.- Aerorescate will not compensate, under any circumstances for cancellation every time human and technical resources provided where adequate according to this contract requirements 3.9.- Aerorescate could help with passengers relatives needs on ground transportation, hotel accommodation and other local requirements. However the cost of this requirements are not aerorescate responsibility. 4. Responsibility Limits 4.1- Because of the particular geographical characteristics of these areas, long distances involved, and difficult weather conditions, it is not possible to offer this services in all places, and at all times. This is why AeroRescate will decide whether to perform the service or not after having gathered all relevant information regarding each rescue. 4.2 -Aerorescate Will NOT be held responsible if any of the organizations mentioned in 1.2 are not available or decide not to participate in the rescue. 4.3.- Aerorescate will be not responsible of any consequence for the cruise or passenger if the rescue service is cancel due to weather/technical or any other cause. 5. - Service Guarantees 5.1. - All Services as described above will be available only after AeroRescate receives a fax and/or an original version of this contract signed, where the amount for the services to be rendered is accepted and stating total costs will be paid in full. 5.2. - All services are subject to airplane or helicopter availability. 5.3. - All services depend on meteorological conditions. 5.4. - All services depend on geographical and technical feasibility. If you agree with the terms and conditions of this contract, please choose one of the following alternatives: If you choose Alternative 2 please sing over the corresponding line. If you choose Alternative 1, please sing over the lines corresponding to the periods you are interested in covering: Alternative 1 Monthly Coverage November 2012 December 2012 Januery 2013 February 2013 March 2013 Please Sign Alternative 2 FULL SEASON COVERAGE For both alternatives please fill in: Name of Representative Name of Company Date ACCEPTANCE LETTER IN CASE OF MEDICAL EVACUATION, IF THE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE RESCUED REFUSES TO PAY FOR THIS SERVICE AFTER IT HAS BEEING PERFORMED, I ______________________________________ CAPTAIN / COMMANDER OF THE _________________________VESSEL , ASSUME THE COSTS DESCRIBED BELOW FOR THE MEDICAL EVACUATION SERVICE, PERFORMED TO SAVE MR/MRS_____________________________ FROM AND EVACUATE _____________________ TO __________________________________ ON ______/_____/_____. Costs per flight for medical evacuation are (**Prices only for AeroRescate Members**): Airplane King Air 100 US$ 37.500 and airplane BAE 146 200 US$95.000 (include medical personal and equipment and ambulances from / to Airport) Helicopter US$3.300- for each helicopter flying hour (only air transportation). It does not include medical support as the Helicopter is based in King George Island Antarctica. ___________________________ CAPTAIN / COMMANDER Date: _____/_____/_____ Wire Information Aerorescate S.A Banco de Chile Punta Arenas Branch Cta.: 5-290-06627-06 Swift: BCHICLRM Roca 864.