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Old 26 March 2009, 10:37   #1
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Thundercat insurance

Does any one know of any companies that will insure thundercats?
I'm having real trouble finding anyone that will!
It's only for personal use and I only really want it to be able use certain slipways
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Old 26 March 2009, 10:53   #2
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I don't know but I would contact zapcat or thundercat racing and see who they recommend for insurance.
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Old 26 March 2009, 12:31   #3
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I'm sure Porthcawl do.
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Old 26 March 2009, 13:00   #4
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We have had a category made for the TT-Supacats by Craft Insure.
A lot of insurance companys dont like this type of boat because they are basically a race boat but if you ring them up and tell them that you are only using it for pleasure and not racing I am sure they will insure you.They are also very competetive,our Supacats come in at 215 a year,possibly because we had them made to 4.5m.
Try them and mention that Howard with the TT-Supacat put you onto them and I am pretty sure they will look after you...(HOPEFULLY) as I insured one of our other boats today.

www.craftinsure.com
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Old 26 March 2009, 17:18   #5
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We have had a category made for the TT-Supacats by Craft Insure.
A lot of insurance companys dont like this type of boat because they are basically a race boat but if you ring them up and tell them that you are only using it for pleasure and not racing I am sure they will insure you.They are also very competetive,our Supacats come in at 215 a year,possibly because we had them made to 4.5m.
Try them and mention that Howard with the TT-Supacat put you onto them and I am pretty sure they will look after you...(HOPEFULLY) as I insured one of our other boats today.

www.craftinsure.com
Nice one ill give them a try!!!
Ive tried a number of companies and been put on to a number companies who people thought would insure them but no luck as of yet, even if i say its for pleasure (and bend the truth saying it only does 35knots).
The real pain is i only need it to launch at our local ramp... i suppose it wont hurt having it though!
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Old 01 April 2009, 19:20   #6
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Im pretty sure that i use Euromarine (too late to look for my docs) http://www.euromarine-ltd.com/contact.php

insured as a 45/50 knot boat+ towing toys ect-not for racing though and very reasonable premiums(helps if you have level 2 powerboat ticket)-sure it was under 200
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