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Old 05 June 2006, 15:44   #1
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cheap insurers! any suggestions?

hello all, i know insurance is covered allot on here, but would just like a quick listing of some companies where it would be worth getting a quote from for comparison, many thanks, jonathan
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I found Porthcawl insurance one of the cheapest, my second year with them now.
They cover you for using water skiing and water toys as standard too.

01656 784866

http://www.porthcawl-insurance.co.uk/
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Old 07 June 2006, 13:14   #3
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Gareth Jones
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Does lots of rib insurance

Might not always be the cheapest, but always pay out which is actually far more important than the premium
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Just in the unfortunate position of processing a claim for hull damage on my baby ........ouch !!
The test of any insurance and broker is what happens when you make a claim.
So far ........ excellent Steve Knipe at Porthcawl Insurance is sorting everything out for me whilst I am away ..... and I only posted the completed claim form yesterday.
Highly recommended
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Jeff.
Good to see Porthcawl are easy to deal with when claiming.
I've not made a claim yet, (touch-wood!) but its always a worry in the back of my mind on how easy they will pay-up!

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before taking any insurance ouy check how much they will pay out if you hit a submerged object, some only cover for 1500 ....a new gearbox/bottom end could cost up to 3000 fitted
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