C59: Marine Hull and Associated Liabilities—Part 2 (Marine Course)


Please note that the final examination for this course is a computer-based exam.

This course is the second of two courses concerning marine hull and associated liability risks. Here, you will focus on underwriting marine insurance and on investigating, handling, and settling marine claims. You will consider risk perception and evaluation in hull insurance, charterers’ liability, and protection and indemnity (P&I) insurance, along with loss prevention and risk management. You will also study the roles of various parties in the claims process; the use of marine survey reports and other documents; the application of Institute Time Clauses and War and Strikes Clauses; claims-handling by P&I clubs; and the settling of liability claims for ports, terminals, ship repairers, ship builders, and charterers.

Course Outline

• Underwriting
• Clauses for core hull cover
• Ancillary and associated insurances
• Protection and indemnity (P&I) insurance
• Claims investigation, handling, and settlement procedures

Texts are supplied by the Chartered Insurance Institute in the United Kingdom, and accompanied by a Canadian commentary.

The format for the Marine examinations differs from the format of examinations for other CIP courses. View descriptions of the exam formats .

Before enrolling in this course, please review this important information about changes to the marine curriculum.