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Insuring a diverse range of shipowners and charterers, we are one of the world’s leading Protection and Indemnity Associations, providing P&I, FD&D and War Risks cover to our international membership. From tailored solutions to flexible insurance packages – all of our work is directed at meeting our members’ specific needs.

We are proud of our position within the International Group of P&I Clubs, where we play a key role in coordinating and promoting the collective, global strength of the P&I industry on behalf of the world’s shipowning community.

News Alerts

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9 November 2022

Members whose vessels navigate in China between Yantai and Weihai, and Chengshantou and Yantai, should note that the MSA has issued notices on a route adjustment due to the presence of fish farms.

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16 September 2022

12 August 2022

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has determined that the outbreak of Monkeypox in more than 75 countries constitutes a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.

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Recent Publications

 

24 June 2022

StopLoss Bulletin

This is the English version of StopLoss 74. The London P&I Club highlights the dangers of overreliance on AIS. Container Ship Deck Fittings. Accident Investigation World Round -Up

24 June 2022

StopLoss Bulletin

This is the Chinese version of StopLoss 74.

11 April 2022

War Risk Circulars Class 7: War Risks

18 February 2022

War Risk Circulars

13 January 2022

P&I Circulars

8 November 2021

P&I Circulars Class 5: P&I, Class 8: FD&D

5 November 2021

StopLoss Bulletin

The Club considers the recent trend for bulk carriers to be re-purposed for the carriage of containers, as a result of increased container slot demand world-wide.

20 September 2021

Publication

This is the English version of Club News 92

20 September 2021

Publication

This is the Chinese version of Club News 92

24 June 2021

StopLoss Bulletin

The Club discusses the increase in cases of container loss in the shipping industry and the associated issue of the loss of plastic pellets (often referred to as ‘nurdles’) into the marine environment.