2015 Rules & Correspondents book published
The 2015 Rules and Correspondents book is available as a PDF. Hard copies of the book will be mailed to Members from the 20th February.
The book is available as a complete book and as individual sections:
- The complete book is available.
- Rules section only: 2015 Rules of UKE and Bye-Laws of UKB Rules & Bye-Laws
- Addendum for Owners
- Addendum for Charterers
- Addendum relating to Offshore/Specialist Operations
- Addendum relating to TT Risks & the full Through Transport Risks
A pdf of the Correspondents book is available, however as this information is subject to change throughout the year, it is advisable to use the searchable correspondents database here.
The Making Contact section of the website provides a quick and easy route to identifying any of the staff in the Club’s international office network and includes a profile of their role and expertise within the Club. In addition a list of emergency and after office hours (AOH) contacts are updated weekly.
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