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Date: 05/02/2010
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The additional premium system for tankers carrying persistent oil to or from the United States will continue for the 2010 policy year. Rates have been reduced by 16 per cent.
Date: 05/02/2010
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Notice of a Special General Meeting in Bermuda on 18th February 2010 to amend the Rules for the 2010 policy year. The proposed Rule change addresses potential risks to the Club from government sanctions or prohibitions which materially affect the Club. The amendment is recommended by the Board to protect the Club in the context of recent Bermudian legislation.
Date: 19/01/2010
The Resolution for consideration at the SGM on 19th January 2010 (ref Circular 14/09) was passed.
Date: 08/01/2010
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No further guidance on requirements for pre-contracting with OSROs has been received from the MSA since the Club's previous circular 12/09 Further guidance will be issued as soon as more information is available China Marine Services, a Thomas Miller joint venture service company in China, may be able to assist Members with practical matters of immediate concern
Date: 08/01/2010
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This is an update to the Association's circular numbered 12/09, issued in November 2009, regarding new Regulations on the Prevention and Control of Marine Pollution from Ships (“the Regulations”) promulgated by the People's Republic of China State Council on 9th September 2009 and due to take effect from 1st March 2010.
Date: 08/01/2010
No further guidance on requirements for pre-contracting with OSROs has been received from the MSA since the Club's previous circular (12/09) .  Further guidance will be issued as soon as more information is available.  China Marine Services, a Thomas Miller joint venture service company in China, may be able to assist Members with practical matters of immediate concern
Date: 18/12/2009
Papers are enclosed for the Special General Meeting in Bermuda to consider amending the Rules. Completed proxy forms should arrive at the Secretary at least 12 hours before the meeting on 19th January 2010.
Date: 11/12/2009
EU states will bring the provisions of the Insurance Directive into law by 1st January 2012 at the latest. The Insurance Directive requires all ships greater than 300 gt to evidence insurance for maritime claims subject to LLMC 96 .  Imminent changes to certificates of entry to comply with the Insurance Directive include incorporation of the registered shipowner’s name and principal place of business
Date: 06/12/2009
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China’s first comprehensive system of marine pollution regulations take effect from 1st March 2010. The Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) is the enforcing agency for the Regulations supervising and administering prevention and control of marine pollution by ship operations. Before entering Chinese ports, ships carrying polluting hazardous cargo and all other ships over 10,000 gross tons must pre-contract with approved pollution response companies. Compulsory insurance is required to meet Chinese Maritime Code or 1992 CLC and Bunkers Convention where applicable.
Date: 06/11/2009
China’s first comprehensive system of marine pollution regulations take effect from 1st March 2010.  The Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) is the enforcing agency for the Regulations supervising and administering prevention and control of marine pollution by ship operations.  Before entering Chinese ports, ships carrying polluting hazardous cargo and all other ships over 10,000 gross tons must pre-contract with approved pollution response companies.  Compulsory insurance is required to meet Chinese Maritime Code or 1992 CLC and Bunkers Convention where applicable.
Date: 30/10/2009
Supplementary premium for 2008 policy year levied at 20 per cent of mutual premium as estimated.  Five per cent general increase in premium rating of all Members required for 2010 plus any increase in the cost of the International Group reinsurance premium for 2010 for the mutual Members.
Date: 30/10/2009
Report of the AGM proceedings and resolutions adopted
Date: 30/07/2009
This circular explains the impact of the 3rd EU Maritime Safety Package on Members whose ships enter EU waters, including: A requirement to carry P&I certificates on board which may be enforced by Port State Control.  The extension of the 2002 Protocol to the Athens Convention to domestic sea-going and inland waterways voyages.  The establishment of an independent authority in individual EU states to respond to ships in distress with powers to board ships and direct them to designated places of refuge.
Date: 30/07/2009
Over 20 States in the EU have now brought the European Directive on Environmental Liability (ELD) into law.  Under the ELD shipowners are strictly liable for the costs of preventative and remedial actions for the environmental damage arising from the transport of dangerous or 'polluting' goods, if such costs are outside the scope of application of a relevant liabilty convention.  Differing liability and compensation regimes of the ELD and relevant international conventions are explained.  The three levels of remediation required under the ELD are also explained.
Date: 06/02/2009
Overall cost of reinsurance to increase for 2009.  Collective overspill reinsurance protection on behalf of each club in the Group purchased once again for the 2009 policy year.  Club retention remains at US$7 million for 2009.  Pooling structure to change for 2009.  Oil pollution claims remain subject to a special limit under Rule 5B(ii) of US$1,000 million for owned ships.  War risks P&I and US voyage surcharge premiums reported separately in Club circulars 2/09 and 3/09.
Date: 06/02/2009
The additional premium system for tankers carrying persistent oil to or from the United States will continue for the 2009 policy year.  Rates have been reduced by 10 per cent.
Date: 23/01/2009
The Resolutions for consideration at the SGM on 19th January 2009 (ref Circular 17/08) were passed.
Date: 03/12/2008
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OUTLINE Supplementary premiums levied for 2006 and 2007 Supplementary premium estimate for 2008 General increase of 12.5 per cent in mutual premium required for 2009, plus any increase in the cost of the International Group reinsurance premium for 2009 General increase for fixed premium rates is 7.5 per cent Release calls adjusted in line with supplementary premiums
Date: 03/12/2008
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With reference to Club Circular 15/08 - Review of open policy years and 2009 policy...
Date: 19/11/2008
OutlineAs a result of a recent US Court of Appeal decision, the EPA is now required to regulate discharges incidental to the normal operations of vessels. Vessels must comply with the Vessel General Permit (VGP) requirements from 19th December 2008. Vessels must file an Notice of Intent (NOI), between 19th June 2009 to 19th September 2009, to obtain authorisation to discharge under the VGP.
Date: 17/10/2008
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OUTLINEA Special General Meeting will be held on 19th January 2009 in Bermuda The purpose of the SGM is to consider amending the Club's Rules and Bye-Laws The papers for this meeting are enclosed
Date: 12/10/2008
OUTLINEThis circular provides details of the AGM of the Club in Hong Kong on 27th October 2008 and the arrangements for voting by proxy.
Date: 01/10/2008
OUTLINE Four further administrations have agreed to issue certificates to ships registered in non-State Parties. We recommend Members regularly check the Club's website as the position regarding individual States is continuously changing. Entering the port of a State Party after 21st November without a valid certificate risks detention and/or fines.ACTIONMembers with ships registered in non-State Parties should make sure that they have advised the Club of the issuing State Party to which their Blue Cards should be sent.
Date: 01/10/2008
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OUTLINE Report of the AGM proceedings and resolutions adopted
Date: 11/08/2008
OUTLINEMembers with ships registered in States that are not Parties to the Bunkers Convention will be able to obtain Bunkers Convention certificates from a State Party whose ports or offshore facilities the ships are scheduled to visit, or from one of the following State Parties - United Kingdom, Liberia, Cyprus, or (if the owner is located or economically connected there) Germany. Members should accordingly study this circular and then let the Club know to which State Party they wish their Bunkers Convention Blue Cards to be addressed. A revised Pollution Charterparty Clause has been drafted for use when the Bunkers Convention has come into force ( 21st November 2008). The revised clause is set out in this circular.
Date: 01/12/2007
A Special General Meeting will be held on the 14th January 2008 in Bermuda.  The purpose of the SGM is to consider amending the Club's Rules.  The papers for this meeting are enclosed. ACTIONMembers should ensure their completed proxy form is faxed or sent to the Secretary to arrive no later than 12 hours before the meeting.
Date: 01/12/2007
Club certificates of entry should be carried on board the entered ships to evidence Members’ insurance.  Club website "Ship Finder" service at www.ukpandi.com shows the list of entered ships. It is updated daily.  Access to Members' certificates of entry and the Club website should be sufficient to satisfy enquiries on ships' insurance cover.
Date: 30/09/2007
Report of the AGM proceedings and resolutions adopted.
Date: 30/09/2007
Supplementary premium estimates remain nil for all open years.  Overall increase of 17.5 per cent in mutual premium required for 2008.  10 per cent general increase in mutual premium, plus any increase in cost of International Group reinsurance.  Additional Pool surcharge of 12 per cent on 2007 premium net of fixed reinsurance costs.  General increase for fixed premium rates is five per cent.  Release call policy adjusted.
Date: 31/08/2007
This circular provides details of the AGM of the Club in Bermuda on 22nd October 2007 and the arrangements for voting by proxy.
Date: 18/07/2007
On July 3, 2007, the Korean Parliament passed the amendments to the Maritime Chapter of Korean Commercial Code (“KCC”).
Date: 30/04/2007
Policy year review and financial highlights at 20th February 2007.  Financial year surplus of $46 million.  Investment returns above target at 9 per cent.  Free reserves up 20 per cent to $263 million.  Additional publication detailing the Club's financial highlights is now available in hard copy and on the Club website.
Date: 20/02/2007
Club cover for passengers and seamen is limited to $3,000 million, with a sub-limit on passenger claims of $2,000 million.  Decision to buy collective overspill reinsurance protection on behalf of each club in the Group for all categories of claim up to $1,000 million in excess of the limit of the Group's reinsurance programme of $2,050 million.  Club retention raised to $7 million.  No separate overspill protection purchased by the Club for 2007.  Oil pollution claims remain subject to a special limit under Rule 5B(ii) of $1,000 million for owned ships and a combined single limit of $350 million for chartered entries.  War Risks P&I and US voyage surcharge premiums reported separately in Club Circulars 3/07 & 4/07
Date: 29/01/2007
OUTLINEClub cover for claims in respect of liability to passengers and seamen is limited to $3,000 million, with a sub-limit on passenger claims of $2,000 million.Decision by the International Group to buy overspill reinsurance protection on behalf of each club for all categories of claim up to $1,000 million in excess of the limit of the Group's reinsurance programme ($2,050 million).Group reinsurance rates to include the cost of the new overspill reinsurance protection.Combination of the new limit and purchase of the collective overspill protection reduces exposure to an overspill claim
Date: 24/01/2007
OUTLINEThe additional premium system for tankers carrying persistent oil to or from the United States will continue for the 2007 policy year.Rates have been reduced by 4.5 per cent.
Date: 23/01/2007
OUTLINELimit on Special War Risks P&I cover for 2007 policy year remains US$500 million.Members are recommended to review ship values for insurance purposes as the excess point for cover remains "proper value" of ship.“Bio-Chem" exclusion remains and a supplementary cover for "Bio-Chem" risks in respect of crew & legal costs limited at US$30 million continues to be provided.A portion of these covers is provided in accordance with the requirements of the US Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002, as amended by the Extension Act of 2005.
Date: 20/01/2007
OUTLINEThe four Resolutions for consideration at the SGM on 9th January 2007 (ref Circular 15/06) were passed.
Date: 14/12/2006
OUTLINE circular ref. 11/06 advised that changes to Rules and Bye-Laws, which have traditionally been considered at the October Annual General Meeting, would be considered this year and in future at a Special General...
Date: 07/12/2006
OUTLINEThe Club’s new mutual subsidiary UK (Europe) commences underwriting with effect from 20th February 2007UK (Europe) will enable certain Members to meet their local European regulatory...
Date: 25/10/2006
OUTLINE Financial objectives - significant progress has been madeReduced reliance on investment income remains important Supplementary premium estimates maintained at nil for all open policy...
Date: 24/10/2006
Outline Report of the AGM proceedings and resolutions adoptedTO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING At the Annual General Meeting held on 23rd October 2006 the Report and...
Date: 23/10/2006
 OUTLINEThis circular provides details of the AGM of the Club in Vancouver on 23rd October 2006 and the arrangements for voting by proxy.TO THE MEMBERS Dear...
Date: 18/05/2006
OUTLINEPolicy year review and financial highlights at 20th February 2006Financial year surplus of $11mInvestment returns above target at 6 per cent.Free reserves up five per cent to $217mEncouraging 2005 policy year claims experience compared to the 2004 policy year
Date: 01/03/2006
OUTLINE Since April 2005 the US Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has required electronic filing of passenger and crew information. From 1st February 2006 the CBP will enforce the requirement for an international carrier bond (ICB) for all international carriers transporting passengers and/or crew members. ACTION Members should establish the identity of carrier for the purposes of this regulation and ensure an appropriate ICB is in place.
Date: 01/03/2006
OUTLINEThe additional premium system for tankers carrying persistent oil to or from the United States will continue for the 2006 policy year.Rates have been reduced by 5 per cent.
Date: 25/02/2006
OUTLINELimit on Special War Risks P&I cover for 2006 policy year remains US$500 million. Members are recommended to review ship values for insurance purposes as the excess point for cover remains "proper value" of ship. "Bio-Chem" exclusion remains and a supplementary cover for "Bio-Chem" risks in respect of crew & legal costs limited at US$30 million continues to be available. A portion of these covers is provided in accordance with the requirements of the US Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002, as amended by the Extension Act of 2005.
Date: 23/02/2006
OUTLINEThe Club's overspill reinsurance arrangements protect its share of the Pooled claims exposure in excess of the US$2.05 billion upper limit of the Group excess loss reinsuranceFor 2006, the Club has bought additional reinsurance to cover its share of a US$1 billion overspill claim
Date: 15/02/2006
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OUTLINE Two resolutions amending the Rules in respect of pollution risks and nuclear risks were passed at the SGM
Date: 14/02/2006
OUTLINEA special general meeting will be held on 14th February 2006 in Bermuda.The SGM is to consider amending Rule 2, Section 12 and Rule 5, Section F.The papers for this meeting are enclosed.ACTIONMembers should ensure their completed proxy form is faxed or sent to the Secretary 12 hours before the meeting.
Date: 14/02/2006
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OUTLINEThe Clubs in the International Group have adopted a common scope, and common triggers, for P&I condition surveys, consistent with the UK Club's existing condition survey programme.However, one additional factor that Clubs have agreed to take into account in deciding which ships to target for a condition survey, is carriage of heavy fuel oil (HFO) as cargo in ships that are 10 years old or more.Members will be asked to declare, early in the 2006 policy year, which of their ships of this age have carried HFO as cargo during the 2005 policy year, subject to certain exceptions.ACTIONAscertain which of your ships aged 10 years or more have carried HFO as cargo during the 2005 policy year, so that the information may be passed to your usual Club contact in the new policy year.
Date: 14/02/2006
OUTLINE SGM to proceed on 14th February 2006, as announced in Circular 1/06
Date: 08/02/2006
OUTLINE 5/06 and 6/06 Confirmation that the Group reinsurance contract will be renewed at an overall increase of approximately 7 per cent on a per ton basis The Club intends to continue its protection of the first US$1,000 million of its overspill claim exposure. Oil pollution claims remain subject to special limit under Rule 5B(iii) - US$1,000 million for owned entries and US$350 million for chartered entries. Special war risks P&I and US oil pollution are reported separately in Club circulars
Date: 18/10/2005
OUTLINE12.5 per cent general increase ordered for 2006 policy yearVolatility in investment return in recent yearsSupplementary premium estimates maintained at nil for all...
Date: 17/10/2005
OUTLINEReport of the AGM proceedings and resolutions adoptedTO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING At the Annual General Meeting held on 17th October 2005, the Report and...
Date: 15/09/2005
OutlineThis circular provides details of the AGM of the Club in Bermuda on 17th October, 2005 and the arrangements for voting by proxy.TO THE MEMBERS Annual General...
Date: 30/06/2005
OutlineCompulsory pollution insurance and guarantee requirements will take effect on 1st July, 2005 without grace period.Official confirmation by EPA of acceptability of Club Certificates of...
Date: 15/06/2005
OutlineThis circular is a clarification on the Club's cover and support of its Members in the event of a breach of MARPOL Regulations.Members are reminded that cover for non-accidental discharges in...
Date: 02/06/2005
OutlineCanadian environmental laws amended to criminalise offences and increase level of fines substantially.New offences including "depositing" a substance harmful to birds on or in the...
Date: 01/06/2005
 OutlineNew insurance or guarantee requirements in respect of marine pollution in Taiwan’s economic exclusion zone (EEZ) come into force on 1st July, 2005, but a “grace period” may be granted.These...
Date: 25/05/2005
TO THE MEMBERS FROM THE CHAIRMAN Dear Member INVESTMENT IN MILLERS My predecessor as Chairman wrote to you in June, 2000 advising you of the agreement reached by the Board to make an investment in the...
Date: 16/05/2005
Outline 2004 policy year claims experience one of the highest in recent years. Adverse development on 2004 policy year largely offset by favourable development on prior policy years. Investment...
Date: 15/04/2005
Outline Any nontank vessel operator or owner visiting US waters must prepare a vessel response plan for approval by the US Coast Guard (USCG). The deadline for submissions of the plans is 8th...
Date: 05/03/2005
Outline The Club’s overspill reinsurance arrangements protect its share of the Pooled claims exposure in excess of the US$2.05 billion upper limit of the Group excess loss reinsurance. The Club’s...
Date: 17/02/2005
OutlineThis circular is of urgent importance to Members operating non-tank vessels of 100 gross tons or more calling at Japanese ports. Members unable to carry on board an original Certificate of...
Date: 16/02/2005
  Outline <dir> Under STOPIA, the limits of liability under CLC 92 for tankers up to 29,548 gross tons will be increased voluntarily to SDR 20 million for spills affecting States ratifying the...
Date: 11/02/2005
Outline 1/05 & 3/05.Circular Ref:1/05.Circular Ref: 3/05.The Club's liabilities to the upper US$20 million layer of pooled claims and the Group's 25 per cent co-insurance on the excess loss reinsurance are...
Date: 11/02/2005
Outline Limit on Special War Risks P&I cover for 2005 policy year is increased to US$500 million. Members are recommended to review ship values for insurance purposes as the excess point for...
Date: 28/01/2005
OutlineThe additional premium system for tankers carrying persistent oil to or from the United States will continue for the 2005 policy year.Rates have been reduced by approximately 7.5 per...
Date: 17/11/2004
 Outline This is a preliminary advice on new insurance requirements for non-tanker vessels trading to Japan.These requirements will be effective from 1st March, 2005. The requirements...
Date: 12/11/2004
OutlineThis circular applies to all ships with the capacity to carry more than 400 metric tonnes of oil either as cargo or fuel. The PCSOPEP requirements will take effect on 1st January 2005....
Date: 26/10/2004
  Outline      Increasing volatility evident in both investment income and claims performance in recent years.Changes in the regulatory...
Date: 25/10/2004
OutlineReport of the AGM proceedings and resolutions adopted.TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING At the Annual General Meeting held on 25th October, 2004, the Report and...
Date: 21/10/2004
OutlineThe European Union Directive on Insurance Mediation applies to all EEA-domiciled intermediaries.UK legislation will implement this Directive to regulate all firms carrying out Insurance...
Date: 02/10/2004
 Outline.A proposed Rule change included in the papers for the annual general meeting of the Association includes a reference to the Small Tanker Oil Pollution Indemnification Agreement (STOPIA). This...
Date: 01/10/2004
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TO THE MEMBERSDear Sirs, ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 1. Notice of Annual General Meeting on 25th October, 2004 The notice of the Annual General Meeting is given in the Directors’ Report and...
Date: 22/09/2004
Outline and selecting 'Register Now' and click 'Register Now'. It gives access to Members' constantly updated claims data as well as underwriting data (Members' Loss Records, Terms and Fleet Statements). ClaimsTrac and Online...
Date: 30/06/2004
 OutlineCircular Ref. 8/03 dated June 2003) the ISPS Code comes into effect on 1st July, 2004, in relation to all passenger ships, to cargo ships (including high speed craft) of 500 gt or more, to mobile offshore drilling...
Date: 21/05/2004
OutlineNo supplementary premiums anticipated on open policy yearsFree reserves increased to US$219 million, notwithstanding conservative claims reserving.TO THE MEMBERS Dear...
Date: 26/03/2004
OutlineRef 6/04 published in February 2004. A similar circular is being sent by the other members of the International Group of P&I Associations.<link...
Date: 19/03/2004
Outline Circular Ref 4/04).War risks P&I cover for crew risk and legal costs previously excluded under the Bio-Chem exclusion will now be provided. The cover is subject to the Member’s usual deductibles...
Date: 03/03/2004
Outline karl.lumbers@thomasmiller.com or telephone +44 20 7204 2307 with any questions regarding this circular.This circular provides members with a sample copy of an instructional CD-ROM on standard marine...
Date: 02/03/2004
Overspill Reinsurance Arrangements Outline Circular 2/04 - "2004 Policy Year" and the forthcoming issue of UK Club News.Circular 2/04 dated February, 2004 in which the Members were informed of the...
Date: 19/02/2004
USA - NEW AUTOMATED MANIFEST SYSTEM REGULATIONS Outline http://www.cbp.gov All Members should refer to this circular as the short deadlines involved make action,...
Date: 05/02/2004
OutlineSGM adopted resolution amending the Club's war risks exclusion in respect of pollution and passenger liabilities. TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING -...
Date: 04/02/2004
 Outline War Risks P&I cover for 2004 policy year Limit remains at US$400 million Excess point remains "proper value" of ship...
Date: 03/02/2004
OutlineThe additional premium system for tankers carrying persistent oil to or from the United States will continue for the 2004 policy year. Rates have been reduced by approximately five per...
Date: 02/02/2004
Outline International Group Pool upper limit raised to US$50 million Individual club retention remains at US$5 million Limits and scope of Group Excess of Loss programme...
Date: 08/01/2004
Special General Meeting - Proposed Amendment to War Risks Exclusion Outline 02/03 and 06/03). The Board will consider, at its next meeting on 26th January, 2004 the terms on which this special cover may be offered from 20th...
Date: 31/12/2003
OutlineThis circular summarises US requirements for approval of ship security plans for US flag ships, and for foreign ships trading to the US. Notwithstanding contrary recommendations from some US...
Date: 01/11/2003
Outline <dir></dir> TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs We refer to the Association's circular dated October, 2003 (ref: 15/03) describing proposed new requirements of the Panama Canal Authority (PCA)...
Date: 05/10/2003
OutlineThis circular outlines the requirements for emergency plans required for ships transiting the Panama Canal. The requirements apply to ships carrying excess of 400 metric tons of oil as cargo...
Date: 04/10/2003
Annual General Meeting - 20th October 2003 OutlineReport of the AGM proceedings and resolutions adopted.TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs At the Annual General Meeting held on 20th...
Date: 03/10/2003
  OutlineHalf year figures show strong investment performance but confirmation of increased claims for 2002 policy year. Supplementary premium estimates maintained at nil for all open policy years...
Date: 02/10/2003
  TO THE MEMBERS Ref 4/01) recommending revised wordings of the Standard Form Letters of Indemnity and Bank "Join In" agreements for use by Members in circumstances where they are requested to...
Date: 01/10/2003
Outline www.ecbs.org.club.payments@thomasmiller.comThis Circular requests Members, Club Correspondents and suppliers of services to provide or confirm details of their International Bank Account Number (IBAN)....
Date: 01/09/2003
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TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING   1. Notice of Annual General Meeting on 20th October, 2003 The notice of the Thirty-fourth Annual General Meeting is given in the...
Date: 01/07/2003
TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs PASSENGER COVER At their meeting in Paris on 10th July 2003, the Directors considered whether a limit should be imposed on Club cover for passenger ships. They had available to...
Date: 01/06/2003
TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs IMO INTERNATIONAL SHIP AND PORT FACILITY SECURITY (ISPS) CODE Members will be aware that at a Diplomatic Conference held at IMO in December 2002, amendments to SOLAS were adopted which address certain...
Date: 01/05/2003
TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs Policy Year Review and Financial Year Highlights at 20th February 2003 Review of Open Policy Years 2000 Policy Year At their meeting in May, the Directors...
Date: 01/04/2003
TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs WAR RISKS P&I COVER We refer to [<A HREF="ClubCircular0203">Circular 2/03</A>] dated February 2003, informing the Members of the basis on which special war...

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