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Old 26 January 2007, 02:28   #11
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Another way is to get a quote from insurance brokers like http://www.oneshopinsurance.com They can surely help you decide which insurance company is best for your insurance needs. I was amazed with the premiums I was quoted on. The entire quote was automated, simple questions and straight forward answers.
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Old 26 January 2007, 15:37   #12
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Nav and Gen seem very cheap compared to many others. I've skimmed through the policy summary and it seems similar to many others, but are you aware of anything that they obviously don't cover that others do? Have you ever had to make a claim with them?

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Never had to make a claim, but know a lot of the guys down there and they're all top notch.
Not aware of any holes in coverage.
Have a chat to them if you've any queries.
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Old 26 January 2007, 16:47   #13
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Porthcawl insurance, seem to be reasonable, covering everything, but havent made a claim, yet! touchwood i never will, 01656 784866
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Old 26 January 2007, 17:42   #14
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Whatever company you choose make sure you thoroughly read the small print (sorry if that sounds like a really obvious statement). I wanted cover for the boat if it was anchored / moored / tied up with nobody on board and some do / some don't offer this (none offer it if boat is under 5m length). Ultimately I went with Noblemarine (underwritten by Norwitch Union - I'm interested in Rogue Wave's comment about NU failing to pay up!).
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Old 26 January 2007, 18:49   #15
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Whatever company you choose make sure you thoroughly read the small print (sorry if that sounds like a really obvious statement). I wanted cover for the boat if it was anchored / moored / tied up with nobody on board and some do / some don't offer this (none offer it if boat is under 5m length). Ultimately I went with Noblemarine (underwritten by Norwitch Union - I'm interested in Rogue Wave's comment about NU failing to pay up!).

Same here. Some companies don't cover you for theft if the boat is left unatended. Duh! Why would I need theft cover if I never leave the boat? So I switched to Noblemarine/Norwich Union believing the policy was better than others and Norwich Union would be good payers...
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