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Rule 57 Liability occurring during through transports

The Association shall not cover under a P&I entry:

a) liabilities, losses, costs or expenses incurred by the Member in respect of death, personal injury, loss or damage to property, delay or other consequential loss sustained by any passenger by reason of carriage of that passenger by air or during any through carriage whilst the passenger is in the care of another carrier or during carriage to or from the Ship, except liability for illness, injury or death of or loss of or damage to the effects of passengers during:

i) carriage to and from the Ship in its own boats, or in port by means of other boats, or
ii) repatriation of injured or sick passengers or of passengers following a casualty to the Ship, or 
iii) shore excursions from the Ship (subject to the provisions of Rule 57(b) below);

b) liabilities, losses, costs and expenses incurred by the Member under a contract in respect of passengers on the Ship whilst on an excursion from the Ship where either:

i) that contract has been separately entered into by the passenger for the excursion whether or not with the Member, or 
ii) the Member has waived any or all of his rights of recourse against any subcontractor or other third party in respect of the excursion;

c) liabilities, costs and expenses in respect of the carriage of cargo arising out of contracts of carriage providing for carriage partly to be performed by the Ship and partly by means of transport other than the Ship, unless the transport is performed under a form of contract approved by the Association.