The Club notes that

We would urge members to provide safety measures against rough sea, obtaining the latest weather information such as a maximum instantaneous wind speed, a storm warning area, a projected path and so on.

The Club further recommends that vessels staying at anchorages to avoid typhoons should take appropriate measures against dragging anchor including engine stand-by in advance.

In May 2019 the Japan Club published a loss prevention bulletin on marine weather and the ship handling in rough seas, explaining that although navigating through challenging weather conditions has improved over the years, it still remains a challenge as the precise weather prediction means vessels use are not 100% guaranteed.