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Old 21 May 2006, 15:50   #1
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Rib Insurance

How much do you pay? Who do you use? 6.3 meter 135 bhp 0 no claims!!!
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Old 21 May 2006, 15:51   #2
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Oh my god no! Do a search, pleeeeaase!
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Sorry, just wondered. I'll do a search!!!!
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There's loads of threads about insurance.... You should get quotes based on your requirements from at least the following:

Colin Curtis Marine
Porthcawl Insurance Consultants
Euromarine Insurance

as they are "RIB friendly".

Tell your insurance company exactly what you intend to use the boat for, as most basic policies only cover coastal waters. If you want to go offshore (ie more than 12 miles from the UK coast), that's usually an addition, and if you want to make a passage from one country to another, tell them.
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Loads on this GL, do a search, I found Porthcawl to be the cheapest and be very friendly, I also used Marden for a few years, although I have never had to claim! If you have your RYA Powerboat 2 there should be some leeway (sorry ) on the price.
You will want a wheel clamp, hitch lock and an engine lock, these are usually specified by the insurer, and if you want to tow toys check your covered, similarly leaving the boat on the water overnight I had to inform the insurance company.
Couple of good Ribnet features here:
Jk has done a good guide to RIB ins. here: The JK guide to insuring your pride and joy!

Similarly, Noble marine have done a feature:
Noble Marine, preventing theft guide.

Do post some pics when you take delivery
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