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Marine insurance is split between the vessels and the cargo. Insurance of the vessels is generally known as "Hull and Machinery" (H&M). A more restricted form of cover is "Total Loss Only" (TLO), generally used as a reinsurance, which only covers the total loss of the vessel and not any partial loss.


Who can take the Policy?

  • Shipowners, charterers, Shipbuilders, bankers, financiers of Ships or vessels who have Insurable interest.
  • Covers any loss or damage to ships, tankers, bulk carriers, smaller vessels, fishing boats and sailing vessels.


What is covered?
All types of Oceangoing vessels
All type of Coastal/Inland vessels
Yard and pleasure Crafts
Port Crafts
Shipbuilding- construction of vessel
Ship Repairers' Liabilities
Charterers Liabilities
Breaches of warranties / voyage cover
Freight- at -Risks insurance for voyages
Dredgers
Fishing vessels / Trawlers
Sailing Vessels
Jetties ( with or without cranes ), fixed pontoons/Pontoons Jetties, wharves etc.
Shipbreaking


INSURANCE COVER
All risks relating to Vessels, Floating Dry Docks, Jetties and Shipowners' Interests including Hull & Machinery (H&M), Freight, Disbursements, Increased Value, Premium Reducing, Excess Liabilities, Protection and Indemnity (P&I) Liabilities, Charterers' Liabilities, Charterers' Freight, Charterers' Hire and/or Disbursments, General Average Disbursments, Ship Repairers' Liabilities, Shipbuilding Risks, Shipbreaking Risks and other allied interests of whatsoever nature required to be insured in India.

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Inflated and fraudulent claims. Don’t inflate your claims. Most policies carry a forfeiture clause, so if you are caught out, you may have to forfeit all benefits under the policy – in other words, the insurer is entitled to repudiate the entire claim,