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MARPOL – United States Caribbean Sea Emission Control Area

Members are reminded that in July 2011 the 62nd Session of the Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC) adopted

Slow-Steaming Through a Legal & Insurance Minefield

The UK P&I Club’s publication ‘Hellas Highlights - Issue 28’ recorded Rod Lingard's attendance at the green4Sea Forum and his address

North P&I Club and Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance to enter into merger framework agreement

North of England P&I Association (North) and Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance Company

Skuld announces third quarter results

Skuld, a leading marine insurance provider, announced results for the third quarter ending 20 November 2013.

Iron Ore Cargoes – renewed warning

The Association is grateful to Messrs. SEAsia P&I Services Pte. Ltd., Robert E Gordon and Colin Fordham, for contributing to this Advisory, including permission to

The Swedish Club Academy celebrates 20 years of Maritime Resource Management

The Swedish Club Academy is celebrating 20 years of Maritime Resource Management (MRM), a spin off from

California Low Sulphur Fuel Regulations and Caribbean Emission Control Area

Members are advised to note the attached notice from the California Air Resources Board, Marine Notice 2013-1.

Significant strengthening of management team as American Club

The American P&I Club is reorganising its underwriting and business development functions into a regionalised structure

The Swedish Club members continues to benefit from diversification

The Swedish Club has continued down its path of achieving a balanced underwriting result by reporting an

A.M. Best reaffirms credit rating

We are pleased to announce that credit rating agency A.M. Best has re-affirmed the Club’s Financial Strength Rating as A- (Excellent) and revised the outlook to stable from

UK Club: United States Vessel Response Plans

The Group clubs have terminated their retainer agreements with MRSC and NRC

Iran oil insurance sanctions may soon be eased

The recent nuclear deal could cause the sale of crude to rise considerably in the country. Now that a nuclear deal has been

USA - California Air Resources Board 2014 Amendments to the Ocean Going Vessels Fuel Rule

Members are reminded that from 1 January 2014 the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Ocean

American Club’s 10% general increase for 2014

Unchanged from last year is the American Club’s message for the 2014/15 year when on February 20 next members will be asked for a 10% general increase in all classes

Steamship and Videotel in COLREGS a Buoyage Initiative

The risk of collision at sea is a hazard to which all shipowners and seafarers are exposed, regardless of ship type or trading area.

Strike Club’s new cover aimed at time-Charterers when freight markets revive

The Strike Club has expanded its range of fixed-premium insurance covers to help time-charterers if and when they

P&I Club Analysis Warns of False Sense of Navigational Security

The London P&I Club says that a recent analysis of collision cases has highlighted the effect complacency has on casualties.

Australia Takes Tougher Stance on Container Stowage

A container ship which did not meet the minimum access requirements for container stow working space was recently unable to

Skuld renewal circular 2013

Skuld’s strong performance especially in the commercial part of its operations has led to the launch of a new programme to reward mutual members. The programme, approved by

United States Oil Pollution Surcharge for Tanker Owners

We hereby enclose a form for the 3rd quarter declarations to be completed and returned to us not later than 20 January 2014.
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