Members must follow / observe the terms of Rule 29 (Additional Premium). An Insured Owner is required to give the Association written notice before an Entered Ship proceeds to an AP Area. If notice is not given as required, the Entered Ship has no cover while in the AP Area.
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The ports, places, countries, zones and areas listed shall include all harbours, offshore installations and terminals unless otherwise stated.
With effect from 00:01 hours GMT on 15 May 2021, the Gulf of Aden / Southern Red Sea / Indian Ocean AP Area was amended, and now includes the waters enclosed by the following boundaries:
On the north-west, by the Red Sea, south of Latitude 15° N
On the northeast, from the Yemen border at 16°38.5’N, 53°6.5’E to high seas point 14°55’N,
On the east, by a line from high seas point 14°55’N, 53°50’E to high seas point 10°48’N,
60°15’E, thence to high seas point 6°45’S, 48°45’E
And on the southwest, by the Somalia border at 1°40’S, 41°34’E, to high seas point 6°45’S,
The formal notice of this change is set out in Circular C1 2021. Please also see our AP Area Map for further information.
Loss Prevention Bulletin - 28 February 2019
Nigeria – Increased pirate activity south of Brass and Bonny
Loss Prevention Bulletin - 28 January 2019
Two failed pirate attacks off Brass, Nigeria - 24 and 25 January 2019
Loss Prevention Bulletin - 31 October 2018
Tanker ship evades approaching pirates off the coast of Pointe-Noire, Congo