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Why choose Alan & Thomas?
      • Free no obligation review and quotation
      • Knowledgeable marine insurance experts
      • Competitive premiums from leading UK marine insurance providers
      • Insurance cover tailored to your specific requirements
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      • Top 100 UK independent broker* with Chartered Insurance Broker status

* Top 100 Independent Brokers 2015 published by Insurance Age in association with Cornell Consulting

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What to do in the case of man overboard
15th February 2018

Man overboard is one of the most common boating emergencies. Just like on land, accidents and emergencies can happen at sea, however, you could be miles away from any help and the sea is much more unpredictable than solid ground, so it’s important to know the correct actions to take in the case of man overboard.

Our guide to a brief history of marine tankers
15th February 2017

A tanker is basically a ship designed to transport liquid cargo. There are a number of different types of tanker ranging from deep sea parcel tankers to small coastal tankers.

An 'acceptable level of uncertainty' in shipping trade
16th January 2017

The role of certainty in maritime law has been highlighted recently due to a recent case with regard to payment of time charter hire.

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