Special Cover for Charterers, Specialist Operations, Passenger Ships, and TT Risks
An Owner may be insured against any of the liabilities, fines, losses, costs or expenses which arise out of or during any of those operations in respect of which Cover is excluded or restricted either under Rule 5(H) or otherwise under these Rules upon such terms and conditions as may be expressly agreed in writing between the Owner and the Managers.
Note: A summary of the risks referred to in this section is set out in Appendix II: Offshore/Specialist Operations. The terms and conditions which the Managers will normally require to be agreed are set out in a separate document available from the Managers.
The Owner of a passenger ship may be insured against any of the following risks upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed by the Managers in writing:
A. Liability for loss of or damage to the effects of any passenger or personal injury, illness or death of any passenger and hospital, medical or funeral expenses incurred in connection therewith to the extent that such liability, costs or expenses are not recoverable under Section 0 of Rule 2.
B. Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-paragraph (vi) of Rule 5(G) liability to pay damages or compensation to passengers intended to be carried on board an entered ship arising as a consequence of a casualty to that ship, including the costs of travel and maintenance.
An Owner may be insured against liabilities, fines, losses, costs or expenses in respect of carrying equipment upon such terms and conditions as may be expressly agreed in writing between the Owner and the Managers.
Note: A fuller description of covers available under Rule 4, Section 3 is contained in “Appendix III – TT Risks”.