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A Joint Hull Committee Interactive Guide to The International Navigating Conditions (1/11/2003) PRESS Produced A Joint Hull Committee Interactive Guide to The International Navigating Conditions (1/11/2003) PRESS Produced with the assistance of Marsh Marine & Energy TO CONTINUE PRESS YOUR “Esc” KEY AT ANY TIME TO EXIT

Introduction The new Navigating Conditions (1/11/2003) will only affect policies where they are stated Introduction The new Navigating Conditions (1/11/2003) will only affect policies where they are stated within the terms. n They are designed to replace the former INSTITUTE WARRANTIES Cl. 26 (1/7/1976) n n They will no longer be WARRANTIES but provisions i. e. if a vessel sails outside these limits without underwriter’s prior permission there will be no cover until the vessel returns within the limits, but WILL NOT automatically void the insurance thereafter. They are a serious revision, taking account of climatic and commercial changes since 1976 Marsh 2

General Overview n Clause to sail around 1/11/2003 Vessels will still be permitted 32 General Overview n Clause to sail around 1/11/2003 Vessels will still be permitted 32 of the new IHCmost of the world without restriction Unless and to the extent otherwise agreed by Underwriters in accordance with Clause 33, the vessel shall not enter, where restrictions areas as specified below at any time or, where n There are 10 areas navigate or remain in themay apply. applicable, between the dates specified below (both days inclusive): 6 a 2 b 1 a 1 b 2 a ALL MAPS SHOWN HEREAFTER ARE FOR ILLUSTRATIVE 5 a 3 9 6 b 4 10 PURPOSES ONLY, AND NO RELIANCE SHOULD 5 b BE PLACED ON THEIR PRECISE, GEOGRAPHICAL ACCURACY Marsh 8 7 3

General Overview PRESS ON ANY NUMBER BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THAT AREA ON General Overview PRESS ON ANY NUMBER BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THAT AREA ON ALL SLIDES HEREAFTER, BRINGS YOU BACK TO THIS MAP 2 b 1 a 6 a 4 6 b 5 a 10 1 b 2 a 3 9 5 b TAKES YOU TO THE NEXT AREA AT ANY TIME, PRESS “Esc” ON YOUR KEYBOARD TO EXIT THIS SHOW. Marsh 8 7 4

Area 1 - Arctic 1(a) North of 70° N. Lat. 1(b) Barents Sea Except Area 1 - Arctic 1(a) North of 70° N. Lat. 1(b) Barents Sea Except for calls to Kola Bay, Murmansk or any port or place in Norway, provided that the vessel does not enter, navigate or remain north of 72° 30’ N. Lat. or east of 35° E. Long Marsh 5

Area 2 - Northern Seas 2(a) White Sea 2(b) Chukchi Sea Marsh 6 Area 2 - Northern Seas 2(a) White Sea 2(b) Chukchi Sea Marsh 6

Area 3 - Baltic 3(a) Gulf of Bothnia north of a line between Umea Area 3 - Baltic 3(a) Gulf of Bothnia north of a line between Umea (63° 50’ N. Lat. ) and Vasa (53° 06’N. Lat. ) between 10 December and 25 May 3(b) Where the vessel is equal to or less than 90, 000 DWT, Gulf of Finland east of 28° 45’E. Long between 15 th December and 15 th May FINLAND 3(c) Vessels greater than 90, 000 DWT may not enter navigate or remain in the Gulf of Finland east of 28° 45’. Long. at any time. 3(d) Gulf of Bothnia, Gulf of Finland adjacent waters north of 59° 24’N. Lat. Between 8 th January and 5 th May except for calls at Stockholm, Tallinn or Helsinki NORWAY SWEDEN HELSINKI STOCKHOLM 28° 45’ East Long. RUSSIA St. Petersburg 3(e) Gulf of Riga and adjacent waters east of 22° E. Long and south of 59° N. Lat. Between 28 th December and 5 th May. TALLINN ESTONIA DENMARK LATVIA LITHUANIA Marsh GERMANY POLAND 7

Area 4 Greenland 4) Greenland Territorial waters. Marsh 8 Area 4 Greenland 4) Greenland Territorial waters. Marsh 8

Area 5 North America (East) 5(a) North of 52° 10’N. Lat and between 50° Area 5 North America (East) 5(a) North of 52° 10’N. Lat and between 50° W. Long and 100° W. Long. 5(b) Gulf of St. Lawrence, St. Lawrence River and its tributaries (east of Escoumins), Strait of Belle Isle (west of Belle Isle), Cabot Strait (west of a line between Cape Ray and Cape North (and Strait of Canso (north of Canso Causeway), between 21 st December and 30 th April. 5(c) St. Lawrence River and its tributaries (west of Escoumins) between 1 st December and 30 th April. ESCOUMINS 5(d) St. Lawrence Seaway MONTREAL Marsh 5(e) Great Lakes 9

Area 6 North America (West) 5(a) North of 54° 30’ N. Lat. And between Area 6 North America (West) 5(a) North of 54° 30’ N. Lat. And between 100° W. Long and 170° W. Long. CHUKCHI SEA ALREADY EXCLUDED AREA 2 b 5(b) Any port or place in the Queen Charlotte Islands or the Aleutian Islands Marsh 10

Area 7 Southern Ocean South of 50° S. Lat. Except within the triangular area Area 7 Southern Ocean South of 50° S. Lat. Except within the triangular area formed by rhumb lines drawn between the following points (a) 50° S. Lat. ; 50° W. Long. (b) 57° S. Lat. ; 67° 30’ W. Long. (c) 50° S. Lat. ; 160° W. Long. Marsh 11

Area 8 Kerguelen / Crozet Territorial waters of Kerguelen Islands and Crozet Islands Marsh Area 8 Kerguelen / Crozet Territorial waters of Kerguelen Islands and Crozet Islands Marsh 12

Area 9 East Asia BERING SEA 9(a) 9(b) RUSSIA Sakhalin Island Kamchatka Penisnsular 9(c) Area 9 East Asia BERING SEA 9(a) 9(b) RUSSIA Sakhalin Island Kamchatka Penisnsular 9(c) (a) Sea of Okhotsk north of 55° N. Lat. and 140° E. Long. , between 1 st November and 1 st June (b) Sea of Okhotsk north of 53° N. Lat. and west of 140° E. Long. Between 1 st November and 1 st June (c) East Asian waters north of 46° N. Lat. and west of the Kurile Islands and west of the Kamchatka Peninsular between 1 st December and 1 st May. JAPAN Marsh 13

Area 10 Bering Sea Bering sea except on through voyages and provided that : Area 10 Bering Sea Bering sea except on through voyages and provided that : CHUKCHI SEA (already excluded) RUSSIA ALASKA BERING SEA (a) the vessel does not enter, navigate or remain north of 54° 30’N. Lat. ; and (b) the vessel enters and exits west of Buldir Island or through the Amchitcka or Unimak Passes; and (c) the vessel is equipped and properly fitted with two independent marine radar sets, a global positioning receiver (or a Loran-C positioning receiver), a radio transceiver and GMDSS, a weather facsimile recorder (or alternative equipment for the receipt of weather and routeing information) and a gyrocompass, in each case to be fully operational and manned by qualified personnel; and (d) the vessel is in possession of appropriate navigational charts corrected up to date, sailing directions and pilot books. Marsh 14

Outside the Limits ? Operators of vessels entering, navigating or remaining within the excluded Outside the Limits ? Operators of vessels entering, navigating or remaining within the excluded areas (1 -10) should obtain underwriter’s approval before doing so. UNDERWRITERS MIGHT DECLINE TO COVER SUCH VOYAGES. As well as possible additional premiums and specific conditions, Underwriters might require JH 132 (31/10/2003) to be applied, before they will grant cover for the voyage. JH 132 31/10/2003 Marsh 15

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