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Hanseatic is pleased to have lent its support to an initiative which seeks to limit unlawful fisheries exploitation worldwide.read more
The Hanseatic Underwriters team welcomed some 250 guests from all parts of the shipping world, locally and internationally, to the “Altonaer Kaispeicher”, a beautiful venue directly by the banks of the Elbe river. The intermittent showers and cool evening air were as reminiscent of the Hamburg summer as the elegance and historical significance of the venue are to the city itself.read more
The China Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) has launched a special inspection on bulk carriers from 15 June to 31 December 2017. This circular is relevant for owners and managers of bulk carriers.read more
»German underwriter expands P&I book by around one fourth to 2,000 vessels, premium income up by 10% in 2016/17 (30 March). Insurance consortium for Hanseatic at Lloyd’s of London enlarged from 6 to 9 syndicates amid strong interest after profitable year.«read more
Hanseatic Underwriters enjoys strong support from the Lloyd’s market. It puts us in the comfortable situation to expand the consortium with effect from 1 April 2017.read more
Reviewing the 20th February renewal season Hanseatic Underwriters report a 10% growth of written premium albeit a truly challenging market environment.read more
Hanseatic in the press: Read here what Jim Mulrenan wrote in the latest issue of TradeWinds about Hanseatic Underwriters.read more
We are delighted to announce the following staff changes which take effect from 1 January 2017.read more
Hanseatic Underwriters has created a cover and will issue relevant certificates as required under MLC’s Regulations 2.5 and 4.2 to our clients enabling them to comply with new requirements.read more
Aktualisierung unserer Allgemeinen Versicherungsbedingungen für Binnenschifffahrt-Haftpflichtversicherung
Am 4. November 2016 sind unsere aktualisierten Allgemeinen Versicherungsbedingungen (AVB) für unser Binnenschifffahrtsprodukt in Kraft getreten. Im Wesentlichen handelt es sich bei den Änderungen um sprachliche Überarbeitungen, eine Neustrukturierung zum Zwecke der...read more
Hanseatic’s 10th German P&I Summer Lounge – Some 250 guests from all parts of the shipping world, locally and internationally, joined the Hanseatic team at the fabulous waterside venue “Altonaer Kaispeicher”, a converted warehouse by the Elbe. A Night To Remember…read more
Hanseatic Underwriters is pleased to confirm the renewal of its P&I insurance consortium with effect from 1 April 2016. We welcome the addition of Antares to continue our policy of providing class-leading, 100% Lloyds A+ rated cover.read more
German article »Hanseatic P&I mit Renewals zufrieden« published by the Hansa International Maritime Journal:
Der deutsche Schiffshaftpflichtversicherer Hanseatic P&I hat sein Geschäft zur traditionellen Vertragserneuerung am 20. Februar eigenen Angaben zufolge weiter ausbauen können.
Hanseatic Underwriters are pleased to report on another successful, albeit challenging, 20 February renewal season. In all respect the Hanseatic brand continues to strengthen both in our domestic market and internationally.read more
Since the beginning of 2016 Capt. Christoph Oetker strengthens our underwriting team for the German and Northern European market.read more
Every year the sea pollution fines get updated by the local authorities. For 2016 the updated sea pollution fine list was now published.
This circular also contains important notes and recommendations in relation to sea pollution fines in Turkey.
On occasion of a P&I seminar hosted by insurance broker Heinrich Elbracht, Hanseatic P&I’s Director Claims Peter Wölk and other P&I experts discussed market developments towards fixed premium providers and questioned the concept of mutuality.read more
“Hamburg-based Hanseatic Underwriters has managed to position itself over the past decade as one of the leading providers in the growing niche segment of fixed-premium liability cover for shipowners.”
That is what author Michael Hollmann wrote in the current issue of IHS Maritime Fairplay.read more