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Topic: Yacht Surveys
Posted By: BruceV
Subject: Yacht Surveys
Date Posted: 17 Jun 16 at 5:03pm
Do all insurers ask for yacht surveys? I recently purchased a small yacht(22ft) which is of limited value - less than 4K. Ordinarily I would want fully comp cover but it seems the minimum charge for a survey is considerably more than the likely cost of the insurance premium. Any advice ?



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Posted By: ifoxwell
Date Posted: 20 Jun 16 at 9:23am
I had the same problem last year, ending up switching my insurance to Craftinsure, who were very understanding and didnt need a survey

Ian


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Blaze 715


Posted By: BruceV
Date Posted: 20 Jun 16 at 2:31pm
Ian, many thanks for the recommendation. All done, no hassle with Craftinsure.

Coincidently, I may well end up at Medway if I find the Rother at Rye a bit too tricky. That was my original plan as I crew on one of the Sonatas at Medway but the mooring came with the boat so thought I should at least try it. So, if you see a Limbo 6.6 'Blue Max' up your way, say hello! Cheers and thanks.
Bruce


Posted By: ifoxwell
Date Posted: 20 Jun 16 at 2:38pm
Good boat for the Medway. Lifting keel for cruising fun over the mud and fast enough to keep up, for a bit of racing.

We'll keep a look out for you :-)


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Blaze 715



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