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FireDave
Sep-07-2017 @ 7:33 PM                           Permalink
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Hi guys,

So in the works of boating insurance, which is the best company to go for in terms of cost and legitimacy? Do they all insure with at least 2mil public liability insurance?

Thanks!

Dave

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Sep-07-2017 @ 8:17 PM                           Permalink
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I use Navigator and General, not the cheapest but worth paying that bit extra for the peace of mind.

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http://www.craftinsure.com/ everytime  Smile

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Another N&G, free river rescue....

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Another vote for CraftInsure, especially if you have a boat of less than 24 feet. No survey needed.

Trevor

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Sep-07-2017 @ 11:03 PM                           Permalink
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Both Nav&Gen,and Craftinsure policies are taken out with Zurich, but the terms and conditions are slightly different for each.
I have used N&G for several years now.

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Sep-08-2017 @ 7:13 AM                           Permalink
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Having recently done ours - and if you are of a certain age have a look at saga! The cover seems excellent, agreed value, all risks, accidental damage etc! I did look around and could have got bit cheaper but wanted a decent cover!

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I find GJW pretty good and deal with claims well, it depends on the value of the boat and the cruising ground as to which comes up best, when on lower value inland only boats I used craftinsure but the premium shot up when I wanted coastal on a slightly higher value boat so I switched to GJW for a much better price, they give £5m standard third party liability cover.

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"Both Nav&Gen,and Craftinsure policies are taken out with Zurich, but the terms and conditions are slightly different for each."

Quite right. the only difference being that N&G are owned by Zurich.

Dave


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The problem with any insurance company you never know how good they are until you need to use them.I have been with N&G since I have had a boat, How good are they really , Cannot say as never needed them and hope I never will
Same as car insurance you take your pick and hope

Keep That Boating Smile
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