Corps: zones à risque aggravé

Circulaire JWLA-032 du 18 décembre 2023


1) Sea of Azov and Black Sea waters plus inland waters as defined overleaf
  • On the west, around Romanian waters, from the Ukraine-Romania border at 45° 10.858’N, 29° 45.929’E to high seas point 45° 11.235’N, 29° 51.140’E
  • thence to high seas point 45° 11.474’N, 29° 59.563’E and on to high seas point 45° 5.354’N, 30° 2.408’E
  • thence to high seas point 44° 46.625’N, 30° 58.722’E and on to high seas point 44° 44.244’N, 31° 10.497’E
  • thence to high seas point 44° 2.877’N, 31° 24.602’E and on to high seas point 43° 27.091’N, 31° 19.954’E
  • and then east to the Russia-Georgia border at 43° 23.126’N, 40° 0.599’E
2) All inland waters of Ukraine, including inland waters within Crimea and other Ukrainian territories under Russian control
3) Inland waters of Russia within the following areas:
  • River Don, from Sea of Azov to vertical line at 41° E
  • River Donets, from River Don to Ukraine border
4) All inland waters of Belarus south of horizontal line at 52° 30’ N


Named Countries shall include their coastal waters up to 12 nautical miles offshore, unless specifically varied above.

Named Ports shall include all facilities/terminals within areas controlled by the relevant port authority/ies (or as may be more precisely defined by Insurers) including offshore terminals/facilities, and all waters within 12 nautical miles of such but not exceeding 12 nautical miles offshore unless specifically stated.

Version contractuelle JWLA 032