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The White Pearl of Bergen

All ships are ladies – even if she is named after the man who was responsible for bringing her to Bergen in 1921. After the First World War, Kristofer D. Lehmkuhl, a former Norwegian cabinet minis...

Who Wants a Good Safety Climate for Christmas?

... developing a good safety climate within an organisation. This autumn, researchers from the University of Bergen commenced research in collaboration with Norwegian Hull Club to explore if crewmembers'...

Can a landlubber say something about life at sea?

... the study, his answers were excluded). Facts: Kjersti Bergheim is a PhD Candidate at the University of Bergen, who has been engaged with NHC during her PhD studies.Together with her colleagues Morte...

By Emil Weatherhead Breistein

Looking for a rewarding career?

We are looking for service-minded, positive and reliable individuals to fill these roles.Full details of the vacancies, including essential and desirable criteria, can be found here.  What's in it f...

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Bergen Maritime Museum

The aim of Bergen Maritime Museum is to provide a survey of the development of Norwegian shipping from ancient times and until the present day. The exhibitions are mainly based on sources from Bergen, which always been one of the largest seafaring ports in Norway. Therefore, they also provide a representative picture of the history of shipping, its development and importance to Bergen and Norway in the past and today. The exhibitions offer a vast collection of ship models – including Viking sh...

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Hanne Langeland Johannessen joins Norwegian Hull Club

Hanne comes from a position as Senior Claims Handler & Adjuster in Codan Marine in Bergen, where she has been working for the last 7 years.  She holds a Master in Law from the University in Berge...

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Bergen Maritime Security Seminar

... certainly hope you find the agenda interesting and that we will have the pleasure of seeing you in Bergen on 19th June. Welcome! Location: Radisson Blu Hotel Norge, Nedre Ole Bulls Plass 4, Bergen,...

Anne Systad joins Norwegian Hull Club

... Manager for Gard Services AS, Codan Marine and Northedge (Edge Group) until she rejoined Codan Marine Bergen in 2010 and has held the position as Area Manager for the last 7 years. She has been an im...

Norwegian Hull Club

Norwegian Hull Club (NHC) was established in 2001 through a merger between Bergens Skibsassuranseforening (Bergen Hull Club) and the Oslo based UNITAS Gjensidig Assuranseforening (UNITAS Mutual Association). Bergen Hull Club was established in 1937 through a merger of two old and distinguished mutual clubs, Bergens Assuranceforeningfounded in 1850 and Bergens Dampskibs-Assuranceforening founded in 1879. UNITAS was the result of a long series of mergers of in all eight mutual hull clubs, the las...

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The maritime women

Role models and aspiring talents

For the third year in a row, Maritime Forum Bergen invited female students of Bergen to participate in an evening event where they are introduced to the opportunities in the maritime cluster and to so...


... Offshore and Maritime Arbitration Association (Nordic Arbitration) and in force at the time when such arbitration proceedings are commenced. Nordic Arbitration’s Best Practice Guidelines shall be taken into account.The place of arbitration shall be Bergen, Norway and Norwegian law shall be applied exclusively.

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Foundation and registered office of the club

The name of the Club is Norwegian Hull Club - Gjensidig Assuranseforening, which is an amalgamation of:Bergens Skibsassuranseforening – Gjensidig, founded on December 17, 1936 and Unitas – Gjensidig Assuranseforening, founded on September 28, 1951, and clubs earlier merged with these.The registered head office of the Club is in Bergen, with branch offices in Oslo, Kristiansand and London.

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Cyrus Mody, Manager of International Maritime Bureau gave the audience the global overview of piracy and armed robbery against ships.

Global Maritime Security

... Somali coast that has attracted the mainstream media's attention in later years. Arild Nodland, CEO of Bergen Risk Solutions, gave the audience a look into the current threats, as well as possible so...


Norwegian Hull Club was founded  1 January 2001, but has roots back to 1837. The company employs 126 people and has offices in Bergen (main office), Oslo, Kristiansand and London.Norwegian Hull Club ranks as one of the world's largest pure marine underwriters and insures more than 10.000 unique vessels and units in total. Around 5300 of these are on claims lead with the Club....

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