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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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Who we are

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 Europe 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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Web Alert: EU Parliament backs proposal to include shipping in CO2 reforms17 February, 2017The European Parliament has voted in favour of proposed reforms to including international shipping in the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) from 2023.
Web alert: The Information Fusion Centre (IFC) publishes guidance on Sulu Sea attacks17 February, 2017The IFC in Singapore has released a commentary on the recent spate of attacks in the Sulu Sea, in particular, the Sibutu Passage.
16 February 2017, Standard Asia Circular - Renewal 2017/18 policy year16 February, 2017Please read the attached circular
Web Alert: Togo accedes to two IMO treaties covering unlawful acts at sea and anti-fouling16 February, 2017The IMO has announced that Togo has acceded to two treaties dealing with unlawful acts against the safety of maritime navigation, and the control of harmful anti-fouling systems on ships.
Web Alert: Important update regarding the recoverability of costs under the ICA following the successful defence of a cargo claim15 February, 2017In the club’s previous web alert, we alerted members of a decision holding that the costs of successfully defending a cargo claim were not recoverable. While it was questioned by the club whether this was the true intention of the Inter-Club Agreement 1996 (“ICA”), it remained to be seen if this decision would be followed by other tribunals or the English courts.
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