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Old 04 July 2012, 09:55   #21
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Old 04 July 2012, 10:16   #22
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Sorry Tino to late mate post 13 already ahead of you but your right to bring it up again as it is very competitive and offers the same cover
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Old 04 July 2012, 11:47   #23
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I have used Euromarine for years with no trouble at all all their staff are very helpful.
But as SPR said do a search as there is lots of threads on here relating to insurance
I use them too. I had a claim last year, paid up no problem. I have just renewed with them and the premium hasn't gone up! now that unheard of these days.
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Old 04 July 2012, 13:10   #24
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After firsthand experience of having a claim with Towergate I would avoid like the plague!!!
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Old 04 July 2012, 15:29   #25
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I had a claim for an engine theft last year and towergate were very helpful. This year I changed ribs and they were perfectly happy to put my insurance on-hold until I got my new boat. As you've probably guessed I'm happy with them.
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I'm a little scared at posting

Noble Marine for me for three years now also been good on price and service.

just remember to check if knocking off a few pounds puts you in the next insruance bracket down.

Example i have just tried.
Boat insured for 3401 and 600 on engine is 219.
Boat insured for 3399 and 600 on engine is 192.

Every little helps
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Old 05 July 2012, 06:03   #27
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A bit late to wade in, it seems
like I missed most of the fun I use Mercia Marine after I fell out with Bishop Skinner. The Quadrant policy at Mercia is an agreed value policy I. E if the boat is insured for a set value & it's a total loss, you get the agreed value. Bishop Skinner were taking the premium based on my valuation but would only pay market value, check your small print!! Also my policy is new for old on engines & electronics. My cruising limits are Elbe to Brest & passages between. No "inshore waters" limits. The premiums aren't the cheapest, but not OTT either. You get what you pay for.
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Sorry, but I had a shocking experience with Towergate and I dumbed it down, they were pretty rude and unhelpful, in an age of social networks and forums companies really need to look after their customers, Towergate were not interested in keeping my business, even when I said I would need cover in the future. A couple of years on and I have two policies with Noble, both of which would have been at Towergate had they not ripped me off.
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I read it, but this thread was started to get some advice about insurance not to watch a couple of members swing handbags at each other.
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Can't help but think this is getting out of hand. Peterm has tried to resolve the issue you seem to have yet you keep on and not just this thread.

Come on bring this thread in line with the others, helpful information with some banter thrown in, in which everyone has a laugh and gets along.

Play nicely......
Agreed wholeheartly
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Old 05 July 2012, 08:50   #31
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And I allways thought insurance was a boring subject.................................
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And I allways thought insurance was a boring subject.................................
Insurance is a boring subject, however so is reading the rubbish between PeterM and SR4.

As the OP may I thank all that have contributed to the original request of Rib Insurance, there are a few companies I can look at, Cheers.

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Old 05 July 2012, 09:21   #33
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Its not that they are dishonest, you have entered into a contract for insurance for 12 months, unless it is explicitly stated in the T's & C's that they will refund if you cancel, then they will not give you a refund, it is yor choice to cancel not theirs !!

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I don't know, how much does it pay ??
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As much as you can negotiate :-)
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Suns out ..it might not last long !. Lifes too short so lets all go boating ?

Even I'm tired of this now.
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Suns out ..it might not last long !. Lifes too short so lets all go boating ?

Even I'm tired of this now.
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Handbags back on the rack please, gals!

I think we're all agreed that this had gone far enough. Any further posts to this thread are to address the question posed by the OP. Anything nasty and it's getting shut down.

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Handbags back on the rack please, gals!

I think we're all agreed that this had gone far enough. Any further posts to this thread are to address the question posed by the OP. Anything nasty and it's getting shut down.

Boo! and there's shit on the telly tonight!!!!!
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Boo! and there's shit on the telly tonight!!!!!
Well you need to clean it more often
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