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The Standard Club is supported by more than 650 correspondents in over 130 countries.


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Support from offices in the world's major shipping centres.


About The Standard Club

The club insures shipowners, operators and charterers.

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The Standard Club is a specialist marine and energy insurer and member of the International Group of Protection and Indemnity clubs owned by its shipowner members and controlled by a board of directors drawn from the membership.


The club’s four strategic objectives

  • To offer a broad range of P&I insurance and other marine & energy covers that represent excellent and sustainable value
  • To be recognised as providing excellent service through solving members’ problems
  • To provide first class financial security
  • To achieve selective growth, consistent with the other objectives 



The club

The Standard Club is a specialist marine and energy insurer.

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The board

The board principally comprises ship owners representing a wide cross section of the club membership

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The managers

Find information about Charles Taylor plc.

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Ships entered

Ship details are compiled from the records of the Standard Ireland, Standard UK and Standard Asia clubs.

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Club key data

Facts and figures at a glance.

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Corporate governance

The club comprises members from the international shipping community and seeks to follow good governance principles that would be generally recognised throughout world markets.

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Trading disclosures

The Standard Club Ltd is regulated by the Bermuda Monetary Authority.

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Modern Slavery Statement

This Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement is made pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 on behalf of The Standard Club Ltd and its subsidiaries.

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Release Calls

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Industry affiliations

Industry bodies we are affiliated with

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UK Employer's Liability Policy Register

The club’s database lists employers to whom it has provided insurance.

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The club is supported by a network of more than 650 correspondents in over 130 countries. Search for a correspondent here.

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Office locations

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Web Alert: Calls at Qatari ports20 March, 2019Members are reminded that direct trade between Qatar and seven other states (the 'Restricting States') remains restricted or prohibited.
Web Alert: Relying on bill of lading terms against cargo receivers in Senegal12 March, 2019Members should be aware that for shipments of cargo to Senegal, carriers may be unable to rely on their bill of lading terms against the named consignee.
Web-alert: Precautions against Contacting Fishing Net in Ningde waters, China1 March, 2019Further to the club’s previous web alert on fishery farm claims in China, there have been reports that in the past 15 days, four similar incidents occurred off Ningde or Kement Port of Fujian Province.
Web Alert: Chinese ballast water management requirements27 February, 2019Following China’s ratification of the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments, the authorities have issued a document on the supervision and management of ship ballast water and sediment upon entry into Chinese waters.
Web Alert: GPS week rollover27 February, 2019The UK Maritime Coastguard Agency and the US Homeland Security have issued alerts for operators using Global Positioning System for both position and Coordinated Universal Time.
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