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Old 02 February 2013, 06:55   #191
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I'll have a chat with them next week, Sib Club should be recognised as the world's largest underground Sib movement that is so cool, we are not allowed to talk about it
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Old 02 February 2013, 07:43   #192
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Do you boys have your SIBS insured?

I have a Rib that is insured, then I have a sib and then I have an Avon Redcrest with a 3.5 hp engine.

I am concerned more about the liability part.

Interested to hear your thoughts.
Get the redcrest added to the RIB policy as its tender, insure the SIB with craftinsure ..cheap as chips...

Bombards insured with them, RIB with Porthcawl, SR4..I need to sort out

Propguard ????? what for ...? evil things ....the Y may be a little big to count as tender - but they may do it ... with your fleet there is scope to look at a trade policy ?....
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Can you just get public liability to cover a range of boats?
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Old 02 February 2013, 08:06   #194
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Can you just get public liability to cover a range of boats?
Never done it, but let me make a call or two Monday morning. Always done cover for hull, liability, stock, customers boats etc etc etc before. Cant see why not though.
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Old 02 February 2013, 08:11   #195
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Thanks Peter, I have the 585 insured but I want to run the Y class and my new project boat (Project Mayhem) this year so I don't really want to insure all three,
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I think it a buyers market with marine insurance Whisper and I both needed insurance for the.Alderney trip last year as my then current insurance wouldn't cover the trip. Whisper contacted Craftinsure and said if we both moved to him under separate policies will he do a deal and he did. Although on a smaller scale with SIBS there is always a deal to be had
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Old 02 February 2013, 15:15   #198
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[QUOTE=PeterM;514410]Get the redcrest added to the RIB policy as its tender, insure the SIB with craftinsure ..cheap as chips...QUOTE]

Great Idea Thanks.

But I am thinking of taking my sons Optimist and either my Rover or Readcrest to France this summer and started to think about insurance etc, I doubt it would be covered as Rib Tender if it is 800 miles away from the Rib

What sort of paperwork do you need to drive a tender in France?
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