Recently, and in particular during the summer period, the Club has noticed a spike in stowaway cases, hence the below article serves as a refresher on what is already known as well as an update on the practical problems and implications for Owners that may arise in connection with the disembarkation and repatriation of stowaways.
The UK Club would like to draw Members' attention to the latest alert from our local correspondent Venepandi C.A related to the navigational hazard in the internal waters of the Venezuelan Caribbean Sea, specifically to the vessels that are heading towards the ports of eastern Venezuela.
In 1914, a single ship passed through the Panama Canal to little fanefare bringing to fruition a multinational effort that began 44 years prior, this article looks at the brief history of the canal and some claims considerations
The UK P&I Club have received the following information from local correspondents, Pandi Liquidadores S.R.L., regarding new regulations for controlling Asian Gypsy Moth when arriving in Argentinian ports
Updated Towage guidance note
This note is designed for shipowners and their brokers to outline the P&I coverage of their ships during towage to a repair yard.
Regulations and advisories in relation to Panama's ratification of MLC 2006 and implementation through its national maritime legislation.
O UK P&I Club e sua parceria com o setor da navegação marítima do Brasil. Este livreto descreve a história do relacionamento longo e notável entre o setor brasileiro de navegação marítima e o UK P&I Club, assim como alguns eventos significativos da mesma.
Bahamas - MLC 2006 compliance resources
Regulations and advisories in relation to Bahamas ratification of the MLC 2006 and its implementation through national maritime legislation.
NEWS - Dredging work - Santos, Brazil
The main navigational channel into the Port of Santos is due to be dredged to a projected depth of 15m. For this to happen two large rock are required to be removed.
Jurisprudence on Interpretation of the Hague-Visby Rules regarding negligent stowage (Art. 3.2).
Jurisprudence on Interpretation of Hague-Visby Rules in regards to excepted perils (Art. 4.2).