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RULES OF THE ASSOCIATION 1/2013 

 

Table of contents 

Number Contents Page 

PART 1 PROTECTION & INDEMNITY (CLASS 1) – RISKS COVERED 5 

Section 1 Illness, Injury and Loss of Life - Seamen 5 

Section 2 Repatriation 5 

Section 3 Substitutes and Crew Unemployment 5 

Section 4 Personal Effects 5 

Section 5 Diversion Expenses 6 

Section 6 Illness, Injury and Loss of Life – Persons other than Seamen and 

Passengers 

Section 7 Stowaways, refugees or persons rescued at sea 6 

Section 8 Contracts and indemnities 6 

Section 9 Cargo Liabilities 7 

Section 10 Collision with other ships and non-contact damage 8 

Section 11 Damage to Property (including Fixed and/or Floating Objects) 9 

Section 12 Wreck Removal 9 

Section 13 Quarantine Expenses 10 

Section 14 Towage 10 

Section 15 Pollution Risks 10 

Section 16 Special Compensation for Salvors 11 

Section 17 General Average 11 

Section 18 Sue & Labour and Legal Costs 11 

Section 19 Fines 12 

Section 20 Enquiry Expenses 12 

Section 21 Life Salvage 13 

Section 22 Risks Incidental to Shipowning 13 

PART 2 DEFENCE COVER FOR LEGAL COSTS (CLASS 2) – RISKS COVERED 14 

Section 23 Risks Covered 14 

Section 24 Exclusions and Limitations 15  

 

 

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PART 3 GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 17 

Section 25 Application of Terms 17 

Section 26 Application for Entry 17 

Section 27 Certificate of Entry 17 

Section 28 Disclosure and Alteration of Risk 17 

Section 29 Exclusions and Limitations 18 

Section 30 Other Insurance 19 

Section 31 Sanctions 20 

Section 32 Premiums and Calls 20 

Section 33 Supplementary Calls 21 

Section 34 Release Calls 21 

Section 35 Payment to the Association 21 

Section 36 Premium Payment Warranty 21 

Section 37 Payment by the Association 22 

Section 38 Security 22 

Section 39 Liens 22 

Section 40 Closing of Policy Years 22 

Section 41 Termination and Cesser of Entry 23 

Section 42 Effect of Cesser and Termination other than under Section 43 24 

Section 43 Cancellation for Non-payment 25 

Section 44 Fleet Entry 25 

Section 45 Claims 25 

Section 46 Burden of proof 27 

Section 47 Maximum Amount Insured 27 

Section 48 Deductibles 27 

Section 49 Joint Members and Co-Assureds 28 

Section 50 Dispute between Members 29 

Section 51 Interest and Set off 29 

Section 52 Documentation 29 

Section 53 Flag State & Statutory Regulations 29 

Section 54 Classification 30  

 

 

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Section 55 Condition, other Surveys and Inspections 30 

Section 56 Subrogation 31 

Section 57 Assignment 32 

Section 58 Forbearance and Waiver 32 

Section 59 Admission and Settlement 32 

Section 60 Notification and Time Limit 32 

Section 61 Currency of Payment 32 

Section 62 Total Asbestos Exclusion 33 

Section 63 Amendment of the Rules 33 

Section 64 Law and Jurisdiction 33 

Section 65 Marine Insurance Act 33 

PART 4 EXTENSIONS OF COVER 34 

PART 5 MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 38 

PART 6 DEFINITIONS 38 

PART 1 PROTECTION & INDEMNITY (CLASS 1) - RISKS COVERED 

 Protection & Indemnity 


   The Association shall indemnify the Member against the legal liabilities, 

costs and expenses under this Class, which are incurred in respect of and 

only in connection with the operation of the Entered Vessel, arising from 

events occurring during the period of entry, as set out in Sections 1 to 22 

below. 

Section 1 Illness, Injury and Loss of Life – Seamen 

 1.1 Liability to pay damages or compensation for injury, illness or death, as 

well as resulting hospital and medical expenses when such liability arises 

during employment on the Entered Vessel. Cover shall extend to the 

Member’s liability for funeral expenses, including costs for sending home 

of the coffin or ashes, and Personal effects of a deceased crewmember. 

 1.2 Exclusions and Limitations 

 1.2.1 Where the liability arises pursuant to the terms of a contract of 

employment and this contract is not approved in writing by the 

Association, cover under this section is to be limited to the following 

maximums: 

- 42 days in respect of sick wages each crewmember; or 

- USD 80,000.- in respect of death/disability payments each crewmember; 

or 

- USD 25,000.- in respect of medical expenses payment each 

crewmember. 

Section 2 Repatriation 

 2.1 Liability to pay repatriation expenses incurred under statutory obligation or 

contract of service or employment in respect of a crewmember. 

 2.2 Exclusions and Limitations 

 There shall be no recovery when the expenses result from termination of a 

contract of service or employment, any breach by the Member of any 

contract, agreement or statute or the sale or laying-up of the Entered 

Vessel. 

Section 3 Substitutes and Crew Unemployment 

 3.1 Liability to pay expenses necessarily incurred in sending a substitute or in 

securing or engaging and subsequently repatriating a substitute to replace 

crewmember who shall have died or been left behind in consequence of 

illness, injury, desertion where such expenses could not be reasonably 

avoided. Wages shall only be recoverable as part of the said expenses 

when payable to a substitute engaged abroad while awaiting or during 

repatriation. 

 3.2 Liability to pay wages to a crewmember during unemployment in 

consequence of the wreck or total loss of the Entered Vessel, not 

exceeding 30 days. This cover will include a contribution by the Association 

to the accommodation and any other subsistence or expenses whatsoever 

of a crewmember, for this same period. 

 3.2.1 Cover under this sub-Section 3.2 is limited solely to a crewmember 

identified in the crew list of the Entered Vessel at the time of the wreck or 

total loss and to no other person. 

Section 4 

 Personal Effects 

 Liability to pay the loss of or damage to personal effects belonging to 

crewmember on board of the Entered Vessel during its operation.  

 

 

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 Exclusions and Limitations 

 4.1 

 No payment shall be made for theft or pilferage of crew's personal effects 

and there shall be no recovery in respect of cash, cheques, precious or 

rare metals or stones, diamonds, artworks, antiques, valuables or objects 

of a rare or precious nature. 

 4.2 

 Any item with a value in excess of US$ 2,500.-, unless agreed by the 

Association in writing. 

Section 5 

 Diversion Expenses 

 5.1 

 Liability to pay the costs of port charges, bunkers, insurance, stores, 

provisions and crew wages, but excluding loss of profit, hire, freight or 

otherwise incurred by the Member in deviating the Entered Vessel to land 

or to obtain medical attention for a sick or injured crewmember; 

 

5.2 

 Any claim for costs and expenses in respect of bunkers, stores, crew 

wages, insurance and port charges shall be limited to the Member’s net 

loss. 

Section 6 

 

Illness, Injury and Loss of Life - Persons other than Seamen and 

Passengers 

 6.1 

 Liability to pay damages or compensation for illness, personal injury or 

death of any person, other than crewmember and/or other than a 

passenger, including hospital, medical or funeral expenses incurred in 

relation to such illness, injury or death where such liability arises on board 

the Entered Vessel or during its operation. 

 6.2 

 Exclusions and Limitations 

 6.2.1 Cover under this Section is limited to liabilities arising out of a negligent 

act or omission on board or in relation to the Entered Vessel; 

 6.2.2 Liability to persons engaged with the handling of cargo shall be limited 

from the time of receipt of that cargo at the port of shipment till delivery of 

that cargo at the port of discharge; 

 6.2.3 No claim shall be recoverable under this Section where the liability arises 

under the terms of any contract or indemnity and would not have arisen 

but for those terms, unless those terms were previously approved by the 

Managers in writing in accordance with Section 8 (Contracts and 

Indemnities). 

Section 7 

 Stowaways, refugees or persons rescued at sea 

 7.1 

 Costs and expenses other than the costs of diversion of the Entered 

Vessel, necessarily incurred by the Member in meeting its legal 

obligations in respect of stowaways, persons rescued at sea, or refugees, 

including the costs of maintaining, landing and where necessary 

repatriating such persons, but only to the extent as such sums are not 

recoverable under the Hull Policies of the Entered Vessel or from cargo 

owners or their insurers. 

 7.2 

 Any claim for costs and expenses in respect of bunkers, stores, crew 

wages, insurance and port charges shall be limited to the Member’s net 

loss. 

Section 8 

 Contracts and indemnities 

 Liability for loss of life, illness or personal injury, or for loss of or damage 

to property under the terms of any contract or indemnity made or given by 

the Member in respect of facilities or services rendered or to be rendered 

to the Entered Vessel during its operation, but only if and to the extent 

that the terms have been agreed and cover for the liability has been 

agreed in writing between the Member and the Managers.

Section 9 

 Cargo Liabilities 

 9.1 

 The liabilities, costs and expenses set out in paragraphs 9.1.1 to 9.1.3 

when and to the extent that they relate to cargo intended to be or being or 

having been carried in the Entered Vessel: 

 9.1.1 Loss, shortage, damage or other responsibility 

 Liability for loss, shortage, damage or other responsibility arising out of 

any breach by the Member, or by any person for whose acts, neglect or 

default he may be legally liable, of his obligation properly to load, handle, 

stow, carry, keep, care for, discharge or deliver the cargo or out of 

unseaworthiness or unfitness of the Entered Vessel. 

 9.1.2 Disposing of damaged cargo 

 The additional costs and expenses over and above those which would 

have been incurred by the Member in any event under the contract of 

carriage, which have been incurred by the Member in discharging or 

disposing of damaged or worthless cargo, but only if and to the extent 

that the Member is unable to recover those costs from any other party. 

 9.1.3 Failure of consignee to remove cargo 

 The liabilities and additional costs incurred by the Member, over and 

above the costs which would have been incurred by him if the cargo had 

been collected or removed, solely by reason of the total failure of a 

consignee to collect or remove cargo at the port of discharge or place of 

delivery, but only if and to the extent that such liabilities or costs exceed 

the proceeds of sale of the cargo and the Member has no recourse to 

recover those liabilities or costs from any other party. 

 9.2 

 Exclusions and Limitations 

 9.2.1 There shall be no recovery from the Association under this Section in 

respect of liabilities, costs or expenses arising from: 

 a.. a bill of lading, way bill or other document containing or evidencing the 

contract of carriage, issued with the knowledge of the Member, or his 

agent with an incorrect description of the cargo or its quantity or its 

condition; 

 b.. the issue of a bill of lading or other document containing or evidencing the 

contract of carriage which contains any fraudulent misrepresentation, 

including but not limited to the issue of an ante-dated or post-dated bill of 

lading; 

 c.. delivery of cargo carried under a negotiable bill of lading or similar 

document of title without production of that bill of lading or document by 

the person to whom delivery is made; 

 d.. delivery of cargo carried under a waybill or similar non-negotiable 

document to a party other than the party nominated by the shipper as the 

person to whom delivery should be made; 

 e.. discharge of cargo at a port or place other than in accordance with the 

contract of carriage; 

 f.. late arrival or non-arrival of the Entered Vessel at a port or place of 

loading, or failure to load any particular cargo, unless the late arrival or 

failure to load is caused beyond the Member's control; 

 g.. loss of market. 

 9.2.2 Standard terms of carriage 

 There shall be no recovery from the Association in respect of liabilities, 

costs and expenses, which would not have been incurred by the Member 

if the cargo had been carried on terms no less favourable to the Member 

than those laid down on the Association 's recommended standard terms 

of carriage which shall be the Hague-Visby Rules. In particular, there 

shall be no recovery from the Association in respect of liabilities arising 

under the Hamburg Rules, unless the Hamburg Rules are compulsorily 

applicable to the contract of carriage by operation of law.  

 

 

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 9.2.3 Rare or precious cargo 

 There shall be no recovery from the Association in respect of bullion, 

precious, semi-precious or rare metals or stones, plate, jewellery or other 

objects of a rare or precious nature, bank notes or other forms of 

currency, bonds or other negotiable instruments or specie, unless the 

Managers have approved the carriage in writing. 

 9.2.4 Ad valorem bills of lading 

 Where the value of any cargo is declared upon the bill of lading at a figure 

in excess of US$ 2,500.- (or the equivalent in the currency in which the 

declared value is expressed) per unit, piece or package, the liability of the 

Association under this Section shall not exceed US$ 2,500.- per unit, 

piece or package, unless the Managers have agreed in writing to provide 

cover at a higher value. 

 9.2.5 Property of the Member 

 If any cargo lost or damaged on board of the Entered Vessel shall be the 

property of the Member, he shall be entitled to recover from the 

Association the same amounts as would have been recoverable if the 

cargo had belonged to a third party and that third party had concluded a 

contract of carriage with the Member on the terms of the Association's 

standard terms of carriage stated above in 9.2.2 “Standard terms of 

carriage”. 

 9.2.6 Deviation 

 There shall be no recovery from the Association under this Section and 

no claims shall be admissible if the liability, costs or expenses arise as a 

result of or arise following a deviation from the contractually agreed 

voyage and if as a result of such a deviation the Member is not entitled to 

rely on any defences or rights of limitation which would otherwise have 

been available to him to reduce or eliminate his liability. The Association 

may agree special cover at terms to be agreed, if the deviation is 

reported before it occurs. 

 9.2.7 Deck cargo 

 There shall be no recovery from the Association for liability, costs or 

expenses in respect of cargo carried on deck, except for containers 

where the Entered Vessel is designed and/or fitted for the carriage of 

containers on deck and the Entered Vessel has a written approval from 

the Classification Society for the carriage of containers on deck. 

 9.2.8 Refrigerated containers 

 There shall be no recovery from the Association for liability, costs or 

expenses in respect of refrigerated containers. 

 9.2.9 Livestock 

 There shall be no recovery from the Association for liability, costs or 

expenses arising out of the carriage of live animals. 

Section 10 Collision with other ships and non-contact damage 

 10.1 Liability to pay costs and damages to any other person arising out of the 

collision of the Entered Vessel and another vessel, but only to the extent 

that such liabilities are not recoverable under the collision liability clause 

contained in the Hull Policies of the Entered Vessel and provided that it 

has been agreed in writing between the Association and the Member 

prior to inception what proportion of the Entered Vessel's collision liability 

is covered under this Section. 

 10.2 If a claim arises under this Section in respect of a collision involving two 

vessels belonging wholly or partly to the same owner, the Member shall 

be entitled to recover from the Association, and the Association shall 

have the same rights, as if the vessels had belonged to different owners. 


10.3 In any instance in which both vessels involved in a collision are to blame 

and the liability of either or both vessels becomes limited by law, any 

recovery of the Member from the Association will be settled on the 

principle of single liability. In all other instances, a claim for recovery by 

the Member from the Association under this Section shall be settled on 

the principle of cross liabilities, as if the owner of each vessel had been 

compelled to pay the other owner such proportion of the latter's damages 

or as may have been properly allowed in ascertaining the balance 

payable by or to the former. 

 10.4 Liability to pay for loss of or physical damage to any other ship or cargo 

or other property therein caused by the wash of the Entered Vessel. 

 10.5 Exclusions and Limitations 

 10.5.1 There shall be no recovery from the Association of any deductible 

applicable under the Hull Policies of the Entered Vessel. 

 10.5.2 Recovery from the Association under this Section shall be limited to the 

excess, if any, of the amount which, in the opinion of the Association, 

would have been recoverable under the Hull Policies of the Entered 

Vessel had the Entered Vessel been properly insured for its uncommitted 

value on standard terms, without deductible or franchise, with the proper 

insured value to be determined by the Managers in their absolute 

discretion. 

Section 11 Damage to Property (including Fixed and/or Floating Objects) 

 11.1 

 Liability to pay damages or compensation for any loss of or damage to 

any property (including infringement of rights in connection with that 

property) whether on land or water and whether fixed or moveable, not 

being another ship or cargo and incurred during the operation of the 

Entered Vessel. 

 11.2 

 Exclusions and Limitations 

 11.2.1 No claim shall be recoverable under this Section where the liability arises 

under the terms of any contract or indemnity and would not have arisen 

but for those terms, unless those terms were previously approved by the 

Managers in writing. 

 11.2.2 No claim shall be recoverable under this Section in respect of loss of or 

damage to property that is owned, leased or otherwise within the 

possession, custody or control of the Member. 

Section 12 

 Wreck Removal 

 12.1 

 Liability for the costs and expenses of raising, removing, destroying, 

lighting or marking the wreck of an Entered Vessel or of any cargo, 

equipment or property which is or was carried onboard such vessel, but 

always provided that the Member is obliged by law to perform such 

operations or bear such expenses. 

 12.2 

 Exclusions and Limitations 

 12.2.1 In respect of a recovery from the Association under this Section the value 

of the wreck and anything else salved shall be deducted and set off 

against the recoverable costs and expenses; 

 12.2.2 The Member shall not have transferred its interest in the wreck prior to 

the raising, removal, destruction, lighting or marking of the wreck or prior 

to the incident giving rise to liability, save by abandonment with the 

Managers’ approval in writing; 

 12.2.3 The occurrence or event giving rise to the wreck of the Entered Vessel 

arose during the period of entry of the Entered Vessel.  

 

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Section 13 

 Quarantine Expenses 

 Liability to pay damages or compensation and/or additional expenses 

incurred by the Member as a direct consequence of an outbreak of a 

contagious or infectious disease on the Entered Vessel during its 

operation, including quarantine and disinfection expenses and the net 

loss to the Member in respect of bunkers, insurance, wages, stores, 

provisions and port charges. 

Section 14 

 Towage 

 14.1 

 Towage of the Entered Vessel 

 14.1.1 Liability under the terms of a contract for the customary towage of the 

Entered Vessel for the purpose of entering or leaving a port or 

maneuvering within the port during the ordinary course of trading; 

 14.1.2 Liability in the ordinary course of trading if the Entered Vessel is 

habitually towed from port to port or from place to place; 

 14.1.3 Liability under the terms of a contract for towage of an Entered Vessel 

other than customary towage, but only if and to the extent that cover for 

such liability has been agreed by the Managers in writing. 

 14.2 Towage by the Entered Vessel 

 Liability arising from the towage of another ship or object is only 

recoverable from the Association if agreed by the Managers in writing. 

Section 15 

 Pollution Risks 

 15.1 

 The liabilities, losses, damages, costs and expenses set out below under 

15.1.1 to 15.1.4 when and to the extent that they are caused by or 

incurred in consequence of the accidental or threatened accidental 

discharge or escape from the Entered Vessel, of oil or any other 

substance incurred during its operation: 

 15.1.1 Liability for loss, damage or contamination. 

 15.1.2 The costs of any measures reasonably taken for the purpose of avoiding 

or minimizing pollution or any resulting loss or damage together with any 

liability for loss of or damage to property caused by measures so taken. 

 15.1.3 The costs of any measures reasonably taken to prevent an imminent 

danger of the accidental discharge or escape from the Entered Vessel of 

oil or any hazardous substance which may cause pollution. 

 15.1.4 The costs or liabilities incurred as a result of compliance with any order or 

direction given by any government or authority for the purpose of 

preventing or reducing pollution or the risk of pollution, provided always 

that such costs or liabilities are not recoverable under any other 

insurance. 

 15.2 

 Exclusions and Limitations 

 15.2.1 No claim shall be recoverable under this Section where the Member is 

solely held liable as owner of the cargo. 

 15.2.2 Any Certificate of Entry or confirmation of cover pursuant to these Rules 

shall not be deemed to be evidence of financial responsibility under the 

Oil Pollution Act of 1990 or any similar federal or state law and may not 

be shown or tendered to the United States Coast Guard or any federal or 

state agency as evidence of financial responsibility or evidence of 

insurance. The Association does not consent to be a guarantor. 

 15.2.3 In respect of recovery from the Association under this Section the value 

of any property that is or may be deemed to be a hazardous substance 

which may cause pollution and in respect of which the Member has 

obtained any proceeds of sale or other financial recovery whatsoever 

shall be deducted from and set off against the Association’s liability to 

pay. 

Section 16 

 Special Compensation for Salvors 

 

16.1 

 Liability to pay special compensation to a salvor in respect of the Entered 

Vessel under the provisions of Article 14 of the International Convention 

on Salvage 1989, or under a Lloyd’s Open Form of salvage agreement, 

or any standard form of salvage agreement approved by the Managers in 

writing, or under the Special Compensation P&I Club’s (SCOPIC) clause. 

 

16.2 

 Exclusions and Limitations 

 

16.2.1 No claim shall be recoverable under this Section insofar as such special 

compensation is payable by any third party also interested in property 

which is the subject of salvage services. 

 

16.2.2 No claim shall be recoverable from the Association if the Managers have 

not been notified of the salvage requiring Event by the Member within 24 

hours from the time in which they gained knowledge or could have been 

reasonably expected to gain knowledge. 

 

16.2.3 In respect of a recovery from the Association under this Section the value 

of the wreck or of any related appurtenances, equipment, cargo, bunkers 

and apparel in respect of which the Member has obtained any proceeds 

of sale or other financial recovery whatsoever shall be deducted from and 

set-off against the Association’s liability to pay. 

Section 17 

 General Average 

 17.1 

 Unrecoverable general average contributions – cargo 

 The proportion of general average expenditure (including salvage) and 

special charges which the Member is entitled to claim from cargo 

interests or from some other party to the maritime adventure, but which 

are not legally recoverable solely by reason of a breach of the contract of 

carriage. 

 17.2 

 Ship's proportion of general average – hull 

 Ship's proportion of general average expenditure (including salvage) and 

sue and labour expenses which are not recoverable under the Hull 

Policies and Excess Liabilities by reason of the value of the Entered 

Vessel being assessed for contribution to general average or salvage at a 

sound value in excess of the insured value under such policies. If the 

amount insured under the Hull Policies is less than the proper value, then 

the proper value shall be determined by the Managers in their sole 

discretion and the Member shall only be entitled to recover the excess of 

the amount which would have been recoverable under the Hull Policies if 

the vessel had been insured at the proper value. 

Section 18 

 Sue & Labour and Legal Costs 

 18.1 Costs, including legal costs, and expenses reasonably incurred by the 

Member, on the occurrence of an event or matter liable to give rise to a 

claim, in avoiding or seeking to avoid or minimise any liability or 

expenditure or loss against which it is insured by the Association, 

provided that no such costs or expenses shall be recoverable unless 

either they have been incurred with the Managers’ prior agreement or the 

Association determines that such costs or expenses were reasonably 

incurred. 

 18.2 Unless otherwise agreed the costs and expenses incurred under section 

18.1 shall bear the same Deductible as the liability or expenditure so 

avoided or reduced would have borne  

 

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 18.3 Exclusions and Limitations 

 There shall be no recovery from the Company in respect of costs and 

expenses: 

 a. which are claimable in General Average; 

 b. which result from the Insured Vessel being overloaded or improperly 

stowed; 

 c. which are incurred in order to make the Entered Vessel seaworthy to 

receive the Cargo; 

 d. which form part of the daily running of the Entered Vessel; 

 e. for work which could have been carried out by the Crew or by reasonable 

use of the Entered Vessel and its equipment. 

Section 19 

 Fines 

 19.1 

 Liability for fines imposed by any court, tribunal, or Authority of competent 

jurisdiction upon the Member or upon any person for whom the Member 

is legally liable to reimburse, for any of the following: 

 19.1.1 Short or over delivery of cargo or for failing to comply with regulations 

concerning declarations relating to goods or cargo or to the Entered 

Vessel's documents; 

 19.1.2 In respect of accidental pollution by oil or other substance; 

 19.1.3 Smuggling or any infringement of any customs law or regulation relating 

to the cargo or the Entered Vessel; 

 19.1.4 Breach of immigration laws or regulations; 

 19.1.5 Any act, neglect or default, other than those specified above, of any 

servant or agent of the Member in the course of their duties in respect of 

the Entered Vessel. 

 19.2 

 Exclusions and Limitations 

 There shall be no recovery from the Association in respect of: 

 19.2.1 overloading of the Entered Vessel; 

 19.2.2 the presence on board the Entered Vessel of a greater number of 

passengers than is legally permitted; 

 19.2.3 contravention of any law, regulation or requirement in respect of fishing; 

 19.2.4 entry of the Entered Vessel into prohibited waters; 

 19.2.5 disregarding of routing regulations; 

 19.2.6 criminal activity of which the Member had actual or constructive 

knowledge, recklessly disregarded or failed to take reasonable steps to 

prevent; 

 19.2.7 failure to maintain the Entered Vessel's life saving and/or navigational 

equipment and/or to keep prescribed certificates on board; 

 19.2.8 Desertion or landing of a crewmember, stowaway or refugee without 

permission of the necessary authorities; 

 19.2.9 inspection fees, including follow-up survey fees or fines of any sort 

arising out of or relating to a Port State Control detention or other order; 

 19.2.10 infringement of MARPOL regulations where the ship’s oily water 

separator or similar pollution prevention device has been bypassed or 

rendered inoperable. 


Section 20 Enquiry Expenses 

 Expenses reasonably incurred at the discretion of the Managers by the 

Member in defending itself and/or protecting its interests before a formal 

enquiry into a casualty involving the Entered Vessel during its operation.


Section 21 Life Salvage 

 Sums which are legally payable to third parties by reason of their having 

saved, or attempted to save, the life of any person on or from the 

Entered Vessel, but only to the extent as such sums are not recoverable 

under the Hull Policies of the Entered Vessel or from cargo owners or 

their insurers. 

 

Section 22 Risks Incidental to Shipowning 

 The Member may recover from the Association those liabilities, losses or 

expenses to third parties, which are incidental to the business of 

shipowning and which are not specified or expressly excluded in these 

Rules, but only to such extent that the Association may decide on any 

request under this Section in its sole and absolute discretion. 




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