2020 Rules and Correspondents order form
For the last three years, hard copies of the Club's Rules and Correspondents books have been limited to reduce our impact on the planet. For the 2020 policy year, the Club will continue to produce just pdf copies of both books which will be available to download from the Club website.
If hard copies are required, Members can follow the links below to order the necessary number of copies of either the Club rules or correspondents books. PDF copies of both books will be available on the UK Club website from mid-February 2020.
The Club also maintains an app on iOS and Android dedicated to our Correspondents network with contact details for the UK Club's worldwide correspondents network. You can search by Port or Country to find the local correspondent in the Club's network. Unlike the print publication, the app will always have the latest contact details and port information available - ensuring that you get the right contact quickly. Click here to go to the Club's apps page.
The Club welcomes feedback from our Members and Brokers. Should you have any comments or suggestions about the changes to the Rule Book mailing, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
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