We provide protection and indemnity cover with other insurances for shipowners, charterers and offshore energy operators. We are S&P ‘A’ rated and one of the premier mutual P&I insurers by tonnage and membership.
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practices that underpin our ability to manage risks, deliver value and sustain financial security
Through offices in major hubs and a network of correspondents we cover
the globe, responding to incidents with immediate, practical advice and ongoing support to resolve matters as positively as possible.
Standard Club is a specialist marine and energy insurer known for its diverse membership, pioneering loss prevention expertise and attractive pricing.
The guidance and advice from the club helps members operate as safely as possible, stay ahead of changing regulations and mitigate operating risks. Our team of experienced lawyers and technical experts specialise in particular ship types or geographical regions so they can provide tailored and relevant advice and guidance. These teams contribute to the wealth of best practice knowledge, news and opinion available to members
4 May 2021
News: COVID-19 – IMO updates crew change protocol; Singapore further tightens crew change requirements
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has published the latest version of the industry-developed crew change protocols.
30 Apr 2021
News: Fujairah Port - crew change suspension
The Port of Fujairah has issued a notice (attached) relevant to all vessels that have called at Indian ports within the last 14 days of the date of the notice.
29 Apr 2021
News: Speed restrictions for the protection of North Atlantic right whales
North American rights whales are one of the most endangered large whale species in the world. Due to changing migration patterns and the increased presence of North Atlantic right whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Government of Canada has updated its measures which aim to reduce the risk of collision s between whales and ships.
26 Apr 2021
News: Shanghai MSA launches concentrated inspection campaign (CIC) on propulsion and auxiliary machinery
Following a collision in deep water fairway of Changjiangkou (CJK) off Shanghai in December 2020, Shanghai Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) has issued a notice, urging ships to ensure that propulsion and auxiliary machinery are in good order prior to departure from the berth or arrival in the restricted waters.
News: Onboard connectivity critical for crew welfare, reveals latest Seafarers Happiness Index
This year the Club has partnered with the Mission to Seafarers, alongside Wallem Group to support the 2021 Seafarers Happiness Index report.