Once a ship has floated, it is officially a ship. She is built for sailing and therefore chooses to meet the sea. She takes her cargo on board, sails from the port and brings the cargo safely to her destination. The vessel may encounter rough seas, storms, pirates, or other dangers along the way, but she will find her port of discharge. In the meantime the crew is working hard to make sure everything runs smoothly. It is all about one thing and that is to keep the shipments moving from A to B and to create international trade between the world’s major economies. Unfortunately, sometimes the ship and its crew get into an unpredictable situation. Just think about bad weather, other ships on the sea who are not careful , or bunkers that are of-spec causing the engine to fail. There are various insurance which help to minimize your financial loss when such damage occur.