The shocking events that are unfolding daily in Ukraine are truly dreadful, and the consequences of sanctions and restrictions will have numerous implications across the globe.
We are constantly monitoring the current situation and with the help of the Club's local correspondents we are providing updates on the current operational status of ports
Paul joined Thomas Miller after working in the Lloyd's and London Market for over 20 years including 5 years in Bermuda with KPMG
Gemma Hone joined the UK Club in January 2013. Gemma started working on the Far East team, assisting Paul Pelling and his team. She moved internally to support the Greece team and now works alongside Paul Collier, James Petrie, Tania Bourla and Lily Soesan.
Christopher is the Club's Chief Underwriting Officer (CUO) and oversees the Club's underwriting policies and operations. He is also project chairman for the Club's underwriting IT system.
Chris joined Thomas Miller in March 2001, after a long seagoing career in all types of tankers. Chris joined Shell Tankers in 1969 as cadet and sailed with them until 1977 rising to Second Officer, then joined Silver Line (V.Ships UK) and sailed in Chemical Tankers and LPG vessels.
Guillermo is a Senior Claims Executive, with broad experience in handling complex maritime claims globally.
Circular 02/22: Special War Risks P&I Excess Cover, and Biocchem Cover, and US Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002, as Amended by the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2019
At their meeting on 7th February 2022, the Directors reviewed the basis on which special war risks P&I cover could be made available to Members in accordance with the proviso to Rule 5E.
The Club completed a very successful renewal, benefitting from the ongoing support of its Members.
The UK Club’s Correspondents, Oasis P&I, provide an update on the revised ship routing and reporting systems at Xiamen Port which will come into effect on 1 March 2022.
On 16 April 2018, catastrophic structural damage occurred in the engine of a ro-ro cargo vessel. The accident happened when the ship was 11 miles off the coast of UK, in the North Sea. The engine failure caused a fire in the engine room. The third engineer (3/E), who was on duty at that time, suffered serious injuries.