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Old 10 June 2011, 19:05   #21
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...200 sounds crazily expensive bud!!
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Old 13 June 2011, 12:19   #22
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Small powered watercraft under 23 knots valued at 2k =46 :0)
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Old 14 June 2011, 17:02   #23
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I just bought a small SIB and 4HP - looking into insurance now ...

Noble and Craftinsure - will let you know how I get on!
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Old 14 June 2011, 18:17   #24
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As bongy says Craftinsure seems the way to go - I was quoted at 45ish for a SIB + 9.8 with 3m public liability - that's the bit that is most important.
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Old 15 June 2011, 04:52   #25
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Went ahead and purchased the CraftInsure policy - 46 quid ...
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Old 15 June 2011, 16:00   #26
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Who out there has European wide policy cover?
(or is this standard?)

I need my (3rd party) to cover Spain/Ballearics

Thanks !
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I got 3 quotes for my insurance with the main stipulation being insurance in France. Boat is an Aerotec 3.8 with a 25hp 2 stroke Yammi. They were as follows:

- DeNovo 195.50 with 300 excess (not sure of underwriter)
- Noble Marine 198.75 with 0.00 excess (not sure of underwriter)
- Insure My Boat 111.30 with 125 excess (underwriter is Navigators & General owned by Zurich)

These are all with a 0% no claims as this is my first boat.

Obviously went for the latter and the nice part is that the standard policy covers you for the entire EU including Norway, Croatia and Switzerland as standard! You are also automatically covered for skiers and wake boarders but not for water toys.
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Old 17 June 2011, 14:36   #27
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I was looking at at Westfield. They claim a unique feature is that their 3rd party covers members of your own party so if you injure one of your own group they can claim, whereas (they say) most insurers exclude people in your group using the boat from cover.

I think they might have given you a bit of 'sales pitch' / duff information there - I think most policies would class anyone other than the policy holder as a third party. Certainly the case according to the insurers I spoke to...

I went with Craftinsure in the end ...and the policy covers me for claims by members of my group as third parties...
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