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Old 24 March 2019, 15:28   #1
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Hi everyone I apologize if this is the wrong place to be posting but I'm looking on recommendations for insurance companies and my 3.2 honwave I want to insure boat engine and trailer and depth finder and personal belongings what would be a good price to be paying and who with?
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Old 24 March 2019, 16:13   #2
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Russ the standard easy option for sib owners is to visit Craftinsure online...

Craftinsure Boat Insurance | Compare Yacht, Narrowboat, Dinghy, RIB, Speedboat, Canoe and Kayak Insurance

Been with them a decade myself and always pleased with help and admin plus ease of using the website. Cover is instant and all the documents can then be printed as you wish.

Some folks here have made claims and found them OK for that aspect too.

If your outfit was worth £3000 it would be about £45 with £100 excess.

You would be in Small Boats, Motor category.
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Old 24 March 2019, 16:24   #3
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Thanks very much for your reply
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Just having a scout about this year and checked out this lot.

Seem to good to be true. 2 seconds on the site and I seem to have a quote which saves me £100 off my renewal quote. They don't seem to care where it's stored, just that there's a wheel lock and hitch lock on it.

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Just having a scout about this year and checked out this lot.



Seem to good to be true. 2 seconds on the site and I seem to have a quote which saves me £100 off my renewal quote. They don't seem to care where it's stored, just that there's a wheel lock and hitch lock on it.



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There’s no linky Dan🤷*♂️
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There’s no linky Dan🤷*♂️
I was referring to Craftinsure. Didn't think a linky was required cos they were the only company mentioned, but I can see how it looks like there ought to be one.





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I was referring to Craftinsure. Didn't think a linky was required cos they were the only company mentioned, but I can see how it looks like there ought to be one.













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Yes I can't believe it £55 no no claims and they barely ask you any questions whatsoever
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I've used craftinsure for years and had to make a few claims and they are good at handling claims too
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I was being totally honest! The text of my post looks like there ought to be a link. I don't know *what* you're inferring.

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