Summer’s coming fast and it’s time to think about getting your boat shipshape and Bristol fashion. With your list of jobs in hand to think on, the time to review your boat insurance is shortly before your renewal date and not shortly after it. Like many things, although this is easy to do, it’s easier not to.
The same applies to the conditions and coverage. Far too many owners have lovely boats with leaky policies, insurances that have more holes in them than many an old boat, but they just don’t know it and wait until it is too late to find out.
Sadly, having spent so much money on a boat, some have little or no idea what is covered and what is not covered. More often than not that’s because they have never actually read their insurance policy or they can’t read it because it’s all in Spanish. A bit dreary and a little depressing, isn’t it?
What’s needed is a bright solution. If this sounds a bit like you, cheer up, shipmate, for a no obligation, absolutely free quotation in English call Edward William Marine Services.
Their insurance policies are available in both English and Spanish, the insurance certificate comes in an international format, with further copies in Spanish and or English at no extra cost.
It makes no difference, whatever and wherever you sail, all boats - big or small, new or old - are considered and invariably accepted. For every risk there is a premium, all you have to do is ask.
Many marine insurance companies are all too picky and only accept certain craft. This insurance team recognises, firstly, that boats are not cheap and that everyone’s situation and the circumstances under which they will sail are unique.
If you’re in any boat business, quality ‘introducers’ with integrity are welcome and remunerated for their efforts. If you are a boat owner, visit www.edwardwilliam.com or give them a call on 952 476 090.