Insurance Costs

Shipowners are paying $120 million a year to insurers to protect vessels against the risk of attack by Somali pirates, the Lloyd’s Market Association said.

Insurers paid out “significantly” more to owners whose vessels were seized than they received in premiums, Andrew Voke, chairman of the association’s marine committee, said at a Commons Select Committee hearing in London.

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