Standard covers

Standard covers

The Club’s core range of insurance products provide comprehensive cover for shipowners and charterers engaged in every sector of the shipping industry.

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Extended covers

Extended covers

The Club helps meet its Members’ operational requirements by offering a wide range of extended covers, which are designed to complement normal cover and can be tailored to meet an individual Member’s needs.

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Other facilities

Other facilities

The Club maintains a number of standing arrangements to assist Members in various areas of their operations.

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Iran sanctions - the U.S. imposes further measures

In view of recent events between the United States and Iran, President Trump issued an Executive Order on 10 January 2020 imposing further sanctions on Iran.

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Notices to Members

  • Notices to Members 10 Jan, 2020
    No. 14 2019/2020 - Class 1 and Class 2 Rules Changes for 2020

    NOTICE is hereby given that an Extraordinary General Meeting of Class 1 and Class 2 Members of the Association will be held at 14.30 hours on Tuesday, 4 February 2020 in the Hotel Le Royal, 12 Boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxembourg for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit, passing the following SPECIAL Resolution...

  • Notices to Members 30 Dec, 2019
    No. 13 2019/2020 - Electronic Bills of Lading

    From 20 February 2010 liabilities arising in respect of the carriage of cargo under such paperless trading systems were covered, provided that the system had first been approved by the Group transferable paper documentation.

  • Notices to Members 19 Dec, 2019
    No. 12 2019/2020 - P&IQ Registration Now Open To All

    In 2010 the International Group launched the P&I Qualification (P&IQ) programme as a dedicated professional qualification providing high quality, sector-specific training in all aspects of P&I insurance to Club employees.

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The Club's principal source of information about sanctions and provides links to documents and contact details at the Managers' offices for guidance in respect of Club cover and sanctions.  More here

The Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (“MLC”) entered into force on 20 August 2013, following ratification by thirty states representing at least 33% of the world’s gross tonnage. This webpage is intended to provide Members with information on the Convention and how the Club is supporting them in complying with its requirements.  More here

The shipping industry faces a major challenge in complying with the global 0.5% sulphur cap for bunker fuel under MARPOL Annex VI as from 1 January 2020. This webpage provides resources from the Club and elsewhere to help guide Members in meeting those obligations.

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