Updates to the UK P&I Club website
We hope that you find this re-formatted website an improved and effective support for your interest in P&I issues whether as a Member of the Club, or as a visitor.
A fast way to assimilate the structure of this new site is to check the "Sitemap
" page. It outlines the various menus and submenus that make up the site. The sitemap is accessible via the footer of every page.
We have scaled back content on the homepage. Whilst all news is available in the 'Knowledge
' section of the website, refocusing the homepage has enabled a more direct approach when searching for relevant information and accessing the latest updates.
A dedicated "Finances
" section has been added and we have created a 'Cover and Service’
section. The "Apps and Social Media"
section is still available; it is under the "Publications" section of the site.
underwriting and ClaimsTrac services have retained the same structure and operation enabling all information and records to be quickly and easily retrieved and can be accessed via the "Quick Links" section on the homepage.
We are committed to providing our Members with the most relevant and most engaging content on a regular basis and we value your comments and views on the Club website. Please email Jenny Lane (firstname.lastname@example.org
) or Holly Lacey Freeman (Holly.email@example.com
You may also be interested in:
QCR Spring 2021: Argos Pereira España SL and another v Athenian Marine Ltd  EWHC 554 (Comm)
Equitable Compensation for Failure to Comply with Arbitration Clause; the Owners issued bills of lading (governed by English law) for the cargo which contained a law and jurisdiction clause providing that disputes arising under the bills of lading were to be determined in arbitration in London.
QCR Spring 2021: Evergreen Marine (UK) Limited v. Nautical Challenge Ltd (Ever Smart c/w Alexandra I)  UKSC 6
The Crossing and Narrow Channel Rules; the Supreme Court has, for the first time in nearly 50 years, provided clarification on the construction of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, as amended (“the Collision Regulations”) for the purposes of applying the Crossing Rules (Rules 15-17).
The Club’s correspondent in the Ukraine, Dias Marine Consulting p.c, has provided the below update that as of 21:00 on 24 April 2021 till 21:00 on 31-10-2021 Russia will limit transit of foreign military ships and other foreign state-owned ships in three regions of the Black Sea within Russian territorial waters.