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Rule Books

The rules set out the risks covered by the club as well as terms upon which cover is given.
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Latest Publications

The Standard Club produces a variety of publications for the benefit of shipowners and their brokers. To receive copies by email inform your usual club contact.
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Standard Safety, July 2018

In this edition of Standard Safety we reflect on certain pressing issues faced by members of the club, reflecting the emerging risks or demonstrating a new way to tackle an old problem.
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Latest news

Web Alert: Fishery farm claims in China

The club recommends its members to share this information with their ships calling Chinese ports or trading in Chinese waters in order to minimize the risk of breaking into fishery farms.

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Web Alert: Marine polluters in Australia – beware of hefty fines

The recent rise of the penalty unit has increased the maximum fine for a spill in Commonwealth waters to $4.2m for a master and $21m for a corporate owner or charterer.

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Web Alert: One time port waivers for VRPs and NTVRPs in the US

The club has been made aware of a delay of three to four weeks to process vessel additions to an approved vessel response plan (VRP) or non-tank vessel response plan (NTVRP).

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Offshore

The club offers tailored insurance products addressing the needs of members operating in the oil and gas industry as well as those in other specialist trades.
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London Class

The club’s London Class specialises in insuring European inland waterways, harbour and coastal operators for their P&I and related liabilities
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Maritime Labour Convention

Information regarding the arrangements made by the club to assist members in complying with the MLC financial security requirements.
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Our Circulars

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The Standard Club sees the development of The Standard Syndicate at Lloyd’s, which was launched in 2015, as an important part of it strategy to become a broadly diversified marine and energy insurer.