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

Covid-19 fears lead bulk carrier crew to refuse to offload cargo in Bangladesh (Tue, 07 Apr 2020)
The master and the crew of bulk carrier Tomini Destiny (IMO 9718155) were in conflict with the vessel’s owner after the ship’s Indian captain invoked Master’s Authority under the International Safety Management Code and applicable Safety Management System. He refused to offload his cargo at Chittagong Port, Bangladesh, fearing that his ship could be infected... The post Covid-19 fears lead bulk carrier crew to refuse to offload cargo in Bangladesh appeared first on Insurance Marine News.
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UAE makes crew change concessions (Tue, 07 Apr 2020)
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has eased its restrictions on crew changes amid growing concerns that a lack of international cooperation was leading to some crew on ocean-going vessels effectively becoming prisoners on their ship, unable to return home at the end of their contracts. The UAE Federal Transport Authority (FTA) said the first stage... The post UAE makes crew change concessions appeared first on Insurance Marine News.
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