Print Page | Close Window

multiple boat cover

Printed From: Yachts and Yachting Online
Category: General
Forum Name: Insurance
Forum Discription: Questions and answers related to this topic
URL: http://www.yachtsandyachting.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=7288
Printed Date: 23 May 22 at 5:45am
Software Version: Web Wiz Forums 9.665y - http://www.webwizforums.com


Topic: multiple boat cover
Posted By: winging it
Subject: multiple boat cover
Date Posted: 17 Oct 10 at 1:03pm
I am about to need to insure my contender, because I will shortly be able to sail it again, and a laser 2000 because I want to check it is seaworthy before I sell it.  I already have insured a kestrel, a simoun 445 and a streaker.  The streaker belongs to her indoors, so while she is sailing that we can't sail the kestrel, likewise she won't sail the kestrel while I'm sailing the contender.  I will shortly be putting my phantom back on the water, but clearly if I'm sailing that I'm not sailing the contender or the kestrel, though her indoors might be sailing the streaker...and so on....Confused

At the moment I appear to need separate policies for all the boats.  Is there a better way? 


-------------
the same, but different...




Replies:
Posted By: Skiffybob
Date Posted: 17 Oct 10 at 5:49pm
Talk to John at Nobles. He's pretty good with this kind of thing.

-------------
12ft Skiff - Gordon Keeble and the Furry Fly-by
AC - GBR271 - Whoosh
B49 - Island Alchemy


Posted By: Noble Marine
Date Posted: 18 Oct 10 at 10:13am
Nessa

We could add the Laser 2000 to one of your existing policies for a weekend to enable you to test it out.  Let me know when you plan to launch and I'll sort something out for you.

With regard to the Contender and the Phantom, Noble Marine don't offer a multiple boat policy so you would need another policy for this boat.

Obviously you are unlikely to have more than 2 boats on the water at any one time, however they would be covered if anyone else were to borrow a boat and so more of the "fleet" could be afloat at anyone time.  The boats would also be covered while in the dinghy park unused.

Jon


-------------
http://www.noblemarine.co.uk" rel="nofollow - Boat Insurance from Noble Marine

http://www.facebook.com/noblemarine" rel="nofollow - Noble Marine on Facebook .


Posted By: winging it
Date Posted: 18 Oct 10 at 12:26pm
Well, I have taken out cover for the contender, since it is on the road this afternoon and may be on the water sometime soon (pretty please mr surgeon) but I will have a chat with you re the L2k.  I really only need something short term for that.

I can't actually remember if the phantom is still covered; it is in the back garden, partly stripped...


-------------
the same, but different...



Posted By: mo.allen
Date Posted: 02 Nov 10 at 3:31pm

Does anyone offer a multi-boat policy?  Club Allen is now standing at four boats and I just want to simplify my life.  In case it is relevant, my family currently owns a 200, a 700 and two cadets

 
Thanks
 
Mo


Posted By: winging it
Date Posted: 02 Nov 10 at 5:23pm
I didn't find one worth having.  I really must remember to ring Jon; the L2k is nearly ready to sail!

-------------
the same, but different...



Posted By: patj
Date Posted: 02 Nov 10 at 5:34pm
I've got mine with Bishop Skinner (Bluefin) and I've got two policies (historic reasons) covering six boats. No problems adding an extra boat - the Albacore cost 27 for the 9 months left on the policy.


Posted By: brookesy
Date Posted: 03 Dec 10 at 10:03am
I also have similar cover to Pat with Bishop Skinner and found them very helpfull.



Print Page | Close Window

Bulletin Board Software by Web Wiz Forums® version 9.665y - http://www.webwizforums.com
Copyright ©2001-2010 Web Wiz - http://www.webwizguide.com