UK P&I offers a range of products and services for ship owners, charterers, and more
We off a tailored solution to provide extended cover beyond your standard P&I policy for additional risks for both Owners and Charterers.
We work closely with brokers to understand the needs of your clients
We offer market leading Charterers & Traders liability cover shaped around the specific needs of the Assured
Shipowners rely on their P&I clubs to handle liability claims financially and administratively
Shipowners and operators enter into many commercial contracts each year, but sometimes these can expose them to liabilities that are beyond or prejudicial to their P&I cover.
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Our lawyers advise Members on P&I related legal and contractual issues
Our offshore cover provides a comprehensive package to meet liabilities & losses incurred by owners, operators or charterers in the offshore sector.
We have a great understanding of shipowners' business priorities
We've launched a new online services platform to enhance online services and data access for Members and their brokers
Read the latest news articles and publications from the UK P&I Club.
This page collates updates, publications and other material relevant to the current crisis in Ukraine
The Thomas Miller Americas P&I team has authored a selection of P&I focused articles covering a range of current issues impacting the American regions
Browse a list of UK P&I Club circulars and stay up to date with the latest changes and developments in the shipping industry.
Covid-19 was declared as a global pandemic by the WHO on 11th March 2020 and continues to affect people around the world.
Covid-19 has paralysed supply chains and the movement of people, but nowhere has the disruption been more stark than on the issue of crew changes.
A collection of frequently asked questions on various topics relating to the shipping industry, answered for ease of UK Club Members and the wider maritime community
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has been working to reduce the harmful impacts of shipping on the environment
The Thomas Miller Japan P&I team has authored a selection of P&I focused articles covering a range of current issues impacting the Japanese regions.
Stay on top of the latest updates in the shipping industry
Find a list of all UK P&I Club press releases here
Browse a range UK P&I Club publications, which includes things like latest financial data, updates and more.
The UK P&I Club Rulebook 2022 is now fully interactive
Access the Club's Rulebooks from previous years.
Here you can find the latest Club news and resources on how sanctions impact Members
Browse through our video library and find a range of useful videos that may benefit you.
Our full-time, worldwide loss prevention team provides Members with proactive and inclusive loss prevention support
We help our Members to ensure their entered ships operate as safely and cleanly as possible
We offer our Members unrivalled resources to keep their crews healthy, happy and safe.
The Crew Health programme is the leading loss prevention initiative within the UK P&I Club
The UK P&I Club is one of the oldest P&I clubs in the world
As a mutual we are run for and by our Members, our Board is made up of our ship owning members who understand the issues and risks faced.
We focus on financial strength through sound management
The UK P&I Club N.V
The Corporate Plan sets a bold vision, defines our objectives and provides a well-developed strategy to help ensure we succeed
The provision of superior service to Members, delivered at cost, remains as central to the ethos of the UK Club today as it has for the last 150 years
The thirteen P&I Clubs which comprise the International Group between them provide marine liability cover for approximately 90% of the world's ocean-going tonnage
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global business network working towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large.
The United Kingdom Mutual Steam Ship Assurance Association Limited Part VII Transfer
Iron Ore Fines Cargoes exported from Sierra Leone have been identified as an area of increasing concern due to a lack of regulatory oversight at loading ports and the potential for excessive wetting and thereby liquefaction and instability.
From 1st January 2021 the revised IMSBC Code 2020 enters force.
Under the IMSBC Code, a Group A cargo is one which may liquefy if shipped at a moisture content in excess of its transportable moisture limit