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A MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
SERVING CLIENTS WORLDWIDE.

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Weather Warnings

Norwegian Hull Club monitors weather systems that can develop into hurricanes, typhoons or tropical storms. This map shows the latest weather data available from Tropicalstormrisk.com.

If you would like to sign up for our Info Bulletins on this subject, please send an e-mail to lp-er@norclub.no.

By Emil Weatherhead Breistein

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Looking for a rewarding career?

Norwegian Hull Club currently has two vacancies: one post is with Underwriting Support and based in Bergen. The other is as a System Developer in .net/C# with our subsidiary company Instech Solutions, also based in Bergen. Do you want to join The Club?

Awareness: Atlantic Outlook - Early July 2019 Update

In order to better understand extreme weather trends, Norwegian Hull Club has entered into a cooperation with Climate Scientist and Research Professor Stefan Sobolowski from NORCE – one of Norway’s largest independent re...

Awareness: Gulf of Oman

Norwegian Hull Club is closely monitoring the situation in the Gulf of Oman. We advise all seafarers in the area to exercise extreme caution. At this moment, Norwegian Hull Club has not published detailed guidelines for ...

2018 mutual return premium

As stated in Norwegian Hull Club's 2018 Annual Report, the Board of Directors proposed to pay 7.5 % of mutual premium earned in 2018 to the members of Norwegian Hull Club as return premium.

Art Wager

Awareness: The Lower Mississippi River - update

Following our previous awareness newsletter issued on March 1 2019, Norwegian Hull Club has continued to monitor the Lower Mississippi River conditions. We have recently been advised that flood-stage conditions are likel...