The shipowner's obligation is to provide a vessel seaworthy at the commencement of the loading; he does not undertake that she will continue to be seaworthy during the loading1. If, therefore, before the completion of loading she becomes unseaworthy and damage results, the shipowner is not precluded thereby from relying on the exceptions
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