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Old 13 September 2004, 05:11   #21
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re the 20 miles off shore

done a bit of digging re this subject and it goes like this
Dover Calais if your rib is coded yes not a problem provided it meets with your insurers agreement

Portsmouth to Cherbourg no, too far
so boils down to coding , navigational waters , and insurer being ok with it, they may ask you to pay a one off premium to cover that particular event, again that could be down to qualifications experience, it depends on the individual insurer and how they assess the risk and what type of event it is .am talking about the commercial aspect not pleasure side
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Old 13 September 2004, 17:32   #22
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Rougue and Pauls probably were not covered for the charter they did but they would have to check thier policies as they were working on a commercial
Bojangles most definitely was covered. My approach with the insurance is that if it is anything other than 200% clear that we are operating within the policy then we email the insureres so the buck passes to them. We did need to get a special extension to cover this job

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Old 14 September 2004, 02:41   #23
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done a bit of digging re this subject and it goes like this
Dover Calais if your rib is coded yes not a problem provided it meets with your insurers agreement

Portsmouth to Cherbourg no, too far
so boils down to coding , navigational waters , and insurer being ok with it, they may ask you to pay a one off premium to cover that particular event, again that could be down to qualifications experience, it depends on the individual insurer and how they assess the risk and what type of event it is .am talking about the commercial aspect not pleasure side
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think i said that above , and knowing how you operate would not have expected anything less from you .
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