hull & machinery


Acting on behalf of H&M Underwriters, Loss of Hire Underwriters, and P&I Clubs, we assess damages sustained by vessels as a result of collisions, groundings, fires and contacts with fixed and floating objects and from machinery failure.

 

Due to our contact with ship repair yards, we are well placed to assist our principals in initial price and availability negotiations, and the final negotiations and assessment of repair accounts. Where an incident involves quay damage, our associate Engineering Consultants can perform inspections both above and below the water level.

 

We offer a variety of condition surveys which will be adapted to your distinct demand. Feel free to contact us for your individual inquiry.



Insurance Marine News

Maersk says it “continues to serve Greater Baltimore” (Fr, 19 Apr 2024)
In its latest update on operations since the March 26th allision between containership Dali (IMO 9697428) – under charter to Maersk at the time – and the Baltimore Key Bridge, which collapsed as a result, Danish shipping company Maersk has said that it was continuing to serve greater Baltimore via alternative ports such as Newark,... The post Maersk says it “continues to serve Greater Baltimore” appeared first on Insurance Marine News.
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Shipowners’ Club reports “strong” investment return, sub-100% CR (Fri, 19 Apr 2024)
Mutual marine operation Shipowners’ Club, which focuses on the smaller and specialist vessel sector, has a close to breakeven underwriting surplus of $4.1m (2002, $6.2m), with a 2023 combined ratio of 98.4% (2022, 97.4%. The Shipowners’ Club reported an investment portfolio gain of $65.7m, with closing net assets of $406.8m. The gain wiped out the... The post Shipowners’ Club reports “strong” investment return, sub-100% CR appeared first on Insurance Marine News.
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