Underwriting Forms

Underwriting Forms

Forms used to submit information to you Underwriter are provided here in both Word and PDF format. Wherever possible, forms should be downloaded, completed electronically and email to your Underwriter.

Word is the preferred format. The form can be completed electronically, downloaded and then emailed as an attachment directly to your Underwriter.

If using the PDF version of the form, this can be completed online, downloaded and completed by hand then either sent via email or post directly to your Underwriter. Either way, the completed form must be signed. 

 

Vessel Entry Forms

 

Blue Card Application Forms: (Bunker, CLC, Athens 2002 PLR Non-War and Wreck) 

(For details of current Bunker Convention state contacts click here.)   

 

Blue Card Letter of Indemnity

If Members wish to receive Blue Cards from the Association for the next policy year prior to agreeing renewal of their vessels' P&I cover, then a letter of indemnity must be provided to the Association on the headed paper of the Principal Member and on the unamended wording which can be downloaded here. Please send this letter to your Syndicate Underwriting team along with your request for new Blue Cards.

 

Athens 2002 PLR War Blue Card Application Form

Ships licensed to carry more than 12 passengers and registered in an EU/EEA Member State or entering or leaving a port in the territory of an EU/EEA Member State, are required to maintain insurance which meets the requirements of the PLR and to obtain a certificate issued by an EU/EEA Member State attesting that such insurance is in force. The State issued certificate must be carried on board at all times as proof of cover for the payment of compensation for the loss suffered as a result of the death of or personal injury to a passenger caused by a shipping incident involving war/terrorism with an overall upper limit of SDR340m.

  • Athens 2002 PLR War Blue Card Application Form - MS Word Format
  • Athens 2002 PLR War Blue Card Application Form - PDF Format

 

Maritime Labour Convention 2006

The Convention, known as “MLC, 2006” came into force on 20 August 2013. The Convention established minimum working and living standards for all seafarers on those ships.

Steamship Mutual Members can download all the associated applications forms below.

 

Laid Up Return Forms

If an entered ship shall be without cargo and so remain in any safe port or place for a period of 30 or more consecutive days after finally mooring there (such period being computed from the day of arrival to the day of departure, one only being included) the Member shall be allowed a return of Mutual Premium.