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Old 13 October 2008, 11:19   #11
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Old 13 October 2008, 16:39   #12
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Nobody could match my Porthcawl insurance renewal, I tried everyone! The nearest was 50 higher
Who underwrites their policies these days? There was a case a couple of years ago of one of their policies not paying out for a total loss. A 50 saving could be false economy.
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Old 13 October 2008, 16:49   #13
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I use Mardon they seem fine and no layup period but my boat is dry stored

So I call them and get them to send me a fax if I go away over night etc or leave the rib on a mooring, pontoon etc, so I have it in writing on their letter headed paper to say it is ok where I leave it, they normally send a hard copy in the post too
They also give you a credit card size insurance note for you to keep and show if required which is handy
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Old 13 October 2008, 17:25   #14
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I use Mardon they seem fine and no layup period but my boat is dry stored

So I call them and get them to send me a fax if I go away over night etc or leave the rib on a mooring, pontoon etc, so I have it in writing on their letter headed paper to say it is ok where I leave it, they normally send a hard copy in the post too
They also give you a credit card size insurance note for you to keep and show if required which is handy
Im also with Mardon and found the same, I have actually got them to note on my policy docs that I will from time to time leave the boat on a swinging mooring and that I will take the boat out from inshore waters to areas such as the Scilly Isles.
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Old 18 October 2008, 17:16   #15
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Allso mardon, Extended cruising grounds, no lay up periods, and as bedajim says,notify them of any changes which may effect your cover.new moorings,
storage location, night use,cruising limits,
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