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Old 25 September 2003, 07:12   #11
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Whilst I agree that having level 2/ICC can reduce your policy cost do be very careful about the wording of the policy. I saw a policy a while back that expected anyone that helmed the boat to have level 2, potentially this meant that when a friend helmed under your supervision then technically the boat may not have been insured.

Ideally the policy should give you the discount but the stipulation be that the person helming must be competant (rather than qualified) therefore giving you a bit more freedom


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Old 25 September 2003, 10:08   #12
Country: UK - Wales
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both my ribs are insured with Craftinsure (online) who underwrite for Navigators & General. I recently took 12,500 for 18 a month

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Old 26 September 2003, 15:31   #13
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Craftinsure was the cheapest for me. about 20% less than PIC or Mardon.


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