Is the following statement, correct? Generally, “overstowing” is one way in which self-heating can be mitigated. This can be used as a mitigation step in many cases with coal. But to use it as a mitigation step depends crucially on the availability of “good” coal and on how quickly it can be loaded.  It is thus a relatively high-risk exercise in circumstances of concern, where delays due to lack of cargo, crane availability, and bad weather frequently occur like in this case. In this case, due to the slow loading of the cargo, the overstowing was not an option.