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Post Options Post Options   Quote ex laser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Feb 11 at 1:29pm
have used both noble and newton crum and have had great service from both.
i never bother looking any where else now.

tend to use newton crum for lower value boats and noble for more expensive ones.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote patj Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Feb 11 at 7:09pm
Was with Admiral at first because they were across the road from work then went to Bishop Skinner because Admiral wouldn't insure an old Merlin. BS have always been the best value since - the Albacore cost 27 to add to my existing policy for 11 months!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote BBSCFaithfull Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Feb 11 at 7:52pm
I have to admit. Noble have always been good, fast and fair. Although more exspensive you get what you pay for.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote djdhi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Feb 11 at 7:13pm

I'm a fan of Newton Crum. Quick with the bumf when I've just pranged one.

Like a lot of detail when you make a claim.
Don't get a good press--- that's a shame !
Always settle quickly and after the bash,  premiums  haven't gone on an almighty dash.
And very nice ladies and gents to talk to on the phone.
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Personally, I insure my yacht Sunseeker Predator 72 at Axa. I am very satisfied with it, I have complete guarantees with a service returned very well. I had had one year ago a light problem with my boat, but Axa reacted very fast and helped well me. I advise it to you, I had made an estimate on their online site for this address:  http://www.global-yachting-solutions.com/global-yachting-solutions-axa-yacht-assurance-index-uk.php
If that can help some.



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