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

California Air Resources Board updates ‘At Berth’ regulation (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has approved a new regulation to control emissions whilst ships are at berth in some California ports, Standard Club has reported. The rule expands the scope of the existing ‘At-Berth’ regulation adopted in 2007, which covered container ships, reefers and cruise ships. Standard Club said that members should take... The post California Air Resources Board updates ‘At Berth’ regulation appeared first on Insurance Marine News.
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Revised draft reporting requirements in Philadelphia (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
Steamship Mutual and Standard Club have advised members that, effective immediately, ships scheduled to call at terminals or facilities on the Delaware River north of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge must report their arrival air draft and deep draft to the local pilots’ association 72 hours before arrival at the pilot station. The pilot’s association has... The post Revised draft reporting requirements in Philadelphia appeared first on Insurance Marine News.
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