The Club aims to support its members in managing risk, preventing loss and enhancing safety at sea. On the occasion of the Club’s  150th anniversary the Club is marking the year by promoting safety with a competition, and the Club’s charitable giving will concentrate on the welfare of seafarers and the environment.

 

Special Events

Throughout 2019 the UK P&I Club will be celebrating its 150th anniversary with a series of special events and activities for our Members and the wider shipping community across the globe.

Event Calendar

DateEvent & Location
13th May 2019Athens Board Meeting & Reception
4th July 2019Gala Dinner - London
31st October 150th Reception - Singapore
4th November Board Meeting - Singapore
5th NovemberPrincipals Dinner - Hong Kong
7th November Safety Seminar & 150th Reception -Tokyo
8th NovemberSafety Seminar & 150th Reception - Imabari

Read about our London Gala Dinner here

CSR

To mark its 150th anniversary the Club is supporting Mission to Seafarers and Mercy Ships through investing in two bespoke projects.

Find out how the Club is supporting seafarers

Pomboo

As part of the Club’s 150th Celebrations, we have commissioned a two metre long, 76 kilo, multi-coloured dolphin sculpture made out of reclaimed flip-flops cleared from the East African coastline by social enterprise Ocean Sole.

Find out more about the Club’s dolphin

Investing in a Safer Tomorrow

The Club’s mission is to support members in managing risk, preventing loss and enhancing safety at sea. On the occasion of the Club’s  150th anniversary the Club is marking the year by promoting safety through its Investing in a safer tomorrow competition.

Find out how the Club is promoting safety

Emergency Contacts


If you need to call our offices out of hours and at weekends, click After Office hours for a up to date list of the names of the Duty Executives and their mobile phone numbers. 

Ship Finder


This Ship Finder is updated on a daily basis. Members who need to advise the Club of updates to their recorded ships' details should advise their usual underwriting contact.

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