New marine contractor offering from XL Catlin North America

The North America marine insurance business of XL Catlin has launched a product specifically designed for marine contractors in the US.

Anne Marie Elder, XL Catlin’s Chief Underwriting Officer for Marine in the Americas, said that “as our ports and waterways look to expand to accommodate growing traffic and shipping demands, marine contractors are in high demand. Marine contractors’ operations encounter some very unique and challenging risks. This includes new construction and ongoing maintenance using special vessels and equipment. Given the hazardous nature of marine contracting work, it’s essential to have comprehensive insurance protection that directly addresses their diverse, day-to-day exposures.  We’ve designed our marine contractors’ insurance solution with their unique operating environment in mind.”

The new marine contractor insurance offering includes:

Hull and Protection & Indemnity

Marine General Liability including Contractor’s Legal Liability

Primary and Excess Liability including Bumbershoot/Umbrella

Owners and Contractors Protective (OCP)

Builder’s Risk and Installations

Contractor’s Equipment

Domestic and International Transportation (Inland Marine and Ocean Marine Cargo)


Commercial Automobile

XL Catlin is also offering:

Per project aggregate limits

Contractual legal liability including action over

Automatic additional insureds

Coverage for waterborne equipment

Contractor’s Equipment Coverage Solutions – automatic sublimits

Borrowed, leased or rented equipment, contract penalty, employee tools and work clothing

Rental expense, unscheduled equipment, property that supports the business and virus or harmful code

Builder’s Risk and Installations Coverage Solutions

Automatic sublimits for fire department service charge, increase in construction costs, landscaping and signs, ordinance or law, and property in the open (rain, snow, ice or sleet)

Coverage within the limit of insurance includes sewer and drain backup, sinkhole collapse, specified types of testing, and site preparation.