Shipowners could find that their vessels are deemed unseaworthy and their insurance cover is affected by failing to comply with more stringent sulphur emissions (SOx) regulations, according to insurance broker Marsh.
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Marsh, Marine, SOx regulations, Shipowners, International Maritime Organisation, Insurance, Global