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A properly laid up ship reduces P&I risks and after lay up the Club will return a portion of Calls to reflect the reduced risk.
The Association would like to remind its Members of the dangers of over-reliance on a single method of position fixing.
Further to our Bulletin 1082 the Panama Canal Authority has published the attached circular.
This note is designed for shipowners and their brokers to outline the P&I coverage of their ships during towage to a repair yard.
The Republic of the Marshall Islands has issued a marine safety advisory regarding some recent PSC Detentions due to issues with water mist systems.
Zwetina & Marsa Hariga oil terminals have been re-opend recently to be operating normally as they are now under government control. Other ports ( Essidra & Ras Lanuf) are expected to re-open in the next couple of weeks and return to government control and operate normally.
After a very successful Grand Asia Cruise our ship headed to San Francisco for a fourteen day dry dock. With unusually chilly weather in San Francisco for that time of the year it was time to dig out the jackets that...
In a fully paperless operation, the Lloyd’s Register / UK P&I Club apps enable ships’ crews and their managers to view necessary legislative and regulatory requirements, save multiple checklists, check off completed activities, add essential notes and send the completed checklists via email.
OUTLINE: Washington State Maritime Co-operative (WSMC) has revised its enrolment agreement. It now complies with International Group (IG) guidelines; National Response Corporation (NRC) also provides Washington State approved and IG compliant contingency plans; Specimen documents for both organisations are attached to this circular; This circular refers to Circular 17/13 Washington State – Contingency Plan requirements
The Alternative Planning Criteria (APC) for non-tank vessels visiting Western Alaska are now published at http://www.ak-mprn.org/ ; Alaska Chadux’s federal VRP subscription programme will expire on 30 January 2014 and not 30 December 2013 as previously stated; The 30 January 2014 for VRP compliance will not be extended by US Coast Guard (USCG); USCG may issue, at their discretion, a six month Interim Operating Authorization (IOA) where vessel operators have submitted sufficient initial compliance information; This circular refers to Circulars 12/13, 14/13, 18/13 and 19/13 advising Members that non-tank vessel owners are required to submit VRPs to USCG by 30 January 2014