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Dave 1002 Posted: 15-Mar-08 11:24
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Hi.
I have just got my insurance renewal.
I am with Navigators and General.
(part of the Zurich group.)
My renewal is the same price as last year, 147.00 for a boat value of 2500.
Plus they paid out a large claim to me last year for a new mast, main and spinnaker, very quickly.
All done on line. I sent only 3 photo's.
I don't think that is bad.
I would reccomend them to you all.
The hardest part of the claim was getting the quote from Wet and Windy, then even harder getting the mast and sails from Wet and Windy.
Dave
 
Bob Ladell Posted: 16-Mar-08 16:45
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I'm with Towergate Mardon.

Just had a claim a few weeks ago. Photos and the claim form to them as usual. Great service - great premium.

Uniquely ( as far as I know ) Towergate will insure two boats on the same policy - only one on the water at a time, which is fair.

In addition, Towergate Mardon will give proven ISO Members 10% discount for using the link on the Links page - and give the Class a small commission too.

So click through folks .........!!

Bob

Use the Craftinsure link to also get a members discount and commission for the Class.
 
neilgbj Posted: 16-Mar-08 18:41
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Must say as a result of reading the Forum (thanks Bob) just got quote from Towergate Mardon for the ISO and it was a really good price with a lower excess than Craftinsure. Incidently they also quoted on my Stratos (I know its a bus but good for East Coast pottering!) 67 for a boat valued at 4500........Dont' know why but some companies don't seem to the insure the ISO (Newton Crum) or it is really expensive...
 

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