Accessing documentation via the ‘Members Area’ of the Club website
If you have already registered for the Club's online services simply click on the "Members Area" button at the top right of our website home page and this will bring you to the login page.
Once your user ID and password have been entered you will be presented with the main online services web page.
Choose "Underwriting Online
"from the selection of option 'pods' presented across the page.
A menu of options will then display in the centre of the web page. Choose "Policy documentation
" from this list.
A four step selection menu will then display in the web page. Enter your Member company name in the first box and choose whether P&I or Defence documentation is required. Click on the word "Go" in the step 2 box and a list of entry groups will display in the "Step 3" box.
Click on the circular button next to the group for which you wish to obtain documentation and then select the current policy year (2012) from the dropdown list in the "Step 4" box. Click on "Display documentation
" beneath the Step 4 box.
A list of the renewed ships in that group will then display. To the left is a description of the available documentation i.e. Blue Card Bunker Certificate and to the right is a box where you can select the ship whose documentation you require.
Having selected which ship(s) you wish to create a copy of Club documentation for, click on the "Create PDF
" command in the bottom right corner of the screen.
A separate tab should open in your internet browser displaying the pdf of the chosen documentation. Save a copy to your computer by clicking on the diskette icon that displays at the top left of the screen in the PDF toolbar.Registering for on-line services
If you have not yet registered for the Club's online services, then click here to start the registration process.
In the event of any difficulty accessing UK Club Online Services please contact eitherJenny Lane
in the London office.
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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.