The so-called "Inchmaree" clause derives its name from the case of Hamilton v. James Maersey Insurance, 1987, involving the Inchmaree. According to this judgment, damage to machinery caused by negligence of members of the crew was not regarded as a Maritime Peril and the owners were not covered under the ordinary marine insurance policy. This "Inchmaree" clause is now included in the Institute Time Clauses (Hull) 1983.