Fast and easy access to renewal documentation for Members and their brokers is available via the Club’s Underwriting Online facility in the Members Area of this website.
The Club’s online services give Members access to their fleet information, including record statements and individual ship documentation.
Access Members Area by logging in . . .
To access Underwriting Online, simply go to the Members Area by clicking on the box in the top right corner of the screen. Log in with your usual user ID and password. This screen now enables you to recover forgotten passwords or update them.
. . .but if you haven’t registered yet
If you have yet to register click on the part of the blue banner marked “P&I Online Services Register” and follow the screen by screen process to register your own preferred user ID and password.
Choose Underwriting Online
Click on the Underwriting Online box displayed beneath the login boxes to enter the system.
Select Underwriting Reports
Choose Underwriting Reports from the menu and a four step process displays on screen
Select your preferred report options
Step 1: Enter the name of the fleet whose renewal details you wish to view in the “Step 1” box and select either P&I or Defence from the drop down box beneath it. (see illustration above).
Step 2: Click the “Go” button on the screen
Step 3: All group entries that you are entitled to view for that name are displayed in the “Step 3” grey box. Click on the group you wish to view.
Step 4: Using the drop-down boxes in the “Step 4” panel (see illustration below) choose the Risks record you wish to view i.e. Current Loss Record or October Loss Record.
Build your report
Once you have made your selection, click Build Report to display the information on your screen.
If you want to keep a record of that information or print it, simply click on the text “Create PDF” at the foot of the screen to create the information as an electronic document.
If you want to export the information to another application click on “Create Spread Sheets” and you will have the option to download the record as a CSV file.
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Port authorities may require evidence of insurance prior to the expiry of current documents. Ships without 2017 policy year documentation prior to 20th February may face trading delays.
Timely documentation keeps you trading
Port authorities may require evidence of insurance prior to the expiry of current documents. Ships without 2016 policy year documentation prior to 20th February may face trading delays. Some jurisdictions may ask to see a 2016/17 Certificate of Entry, which can only be issued by the Club once renewal has been agreed. Members and brokers may wish to check with local port agents about documentary requirements.