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Old 08 June 2016, 07:51   #11
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Ian part of the Craftinsure saving is that you do it all online and print your own docs. I happen to have a cheap laminator so laminate a copy of the cert and carry it with me.
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Old 08 June 2016, 14:26   #12
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Ian part of the Craftinsure saving is that you do it all online and print your own docs. I happen to have a cheap laminator so laminate a copy of the cert and carry it with me.
me too in the elasticacted pocket on the console
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Old 08 June 2016, 14:35   #13
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No brainer really at circa 50, especially as the litigious playing field involving 3rd party accidents has moved on significantly over the last 20 yrs you reference.
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Old 08 June 2016, 14:59   #14
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For a wee boat like that with a small motor you can get 3rd party only cover for about 20.

https://www.newtoncrum.com/Insurance/Powercraft
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Old 08 June 2016, 16:34   #15
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For a wee boat like that with a small motor you can get 3rd party only cover for about 20.

https://www.newtoncrum.com/Insurance/Powercraft
Thanks for that info. Had a look but the propsal form asked if the craft could exceed 12 knots. My guess is it will easily do so with one adult aboard, probably with two also.

I'll look into it, but think I'll go for a fully comp. policy, rather than just the 3rd party cover..

Thanks as ever chaps, your advice and thoughts are much appreciated.
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