Friday, 14th December 2018

Autonomous ships - Zooming in on liability and insurance

The final report from a joint project between CORE Advokatfirma and Cefor on Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) has been published.

The report can be accessed via the link below.

The focus of the review is on civil liability and insurance ramifications arising out of the operation of autonomous vessels (MASS). The Group, and a number of Club managers, were consulted in the project research. The Group Autonomous Vessel working group is participating in the CMI International Working Group on MASS, and in the parallel reviews being undertaken within the IMO Maritime Safety and Legal Committees.

Download maritime_autonomous_ships_report_dec_18_6URrRcy.pdf
22 May 2020

International Group clubs respond to the US Government sanctions guidance for maritime and related industries.

On 14 May 2020 the US issued a Global Maritime Advisory (“Guidance”) aimed at a range of industry sectors including marine insurers such as P&I clubs, shipowners and charterers.
20 May 2020

Vessel monitoring and P&I insurance – ship’s Automated Information System (AIS)

The ability to track vessels using their AIS (“Automatic Identification Signals”) has become an increasingly important part of Clubs’ sanctions compliance programmes. All International Group Clubs have now agreed a common minimum standard of tracking.