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Virtual Arrival is a process that involves an agreement to reduce a vessel’s speed on voyage to meet a revised arrival time when there is a known delay at the discharge port. The reduction in speed will result in reduced fuel consumption, thereby reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) and other exhaust gas emissions. This information paper provides guidance to charterers, vessel operators, vessels and terminals on the practical implementation of Virtual Arrival.