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Post Options Post Options   Quote Noble Marine Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Feb 06 at 9:46am

This is exactly the information we are seeking before we could offer Third party liability cover.

I will send you a private message explaining in detail, how you should proceed with the insurance.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote bananaman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Feb 06 at 6:11pm

hello nobil, i am in the process of talking to a marine surveyer for a quote. i have tried every where local to where my boat is kept with no luck. i am including some url`s of pics of my boat. i have shed loads of reciepts to prove work that i have done to the boat. the engine has had hundreds spent on it, from reground crank and shells, new piston rings, thermostat, impellar, engine mounts, cylinder head valves reground professionlly, the list goes on. hull paints used Blakes sfe200, underwater primer, cruising performer ( antifouling ), boot line paint, above the waterline, epu undercoat, polygloss. really the list is endless

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Noble Marine Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Feb 06 at 11:22am

I have investigated the quotation we have offered to you and can confirm that we will need some evidence to demonstrate that the boat is in a seaworthy condition.

Instead of a full out-of-water survey, we have requested a condition report.  This could be a few sentences from a local boatyard, yacht club official or someone in a similar position, who knows the boat.

Alternatively, details of recent maintenance and photos will assist.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote bananaman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Feb 06 at 10:26am
sorry noble insurance, you are still aking for a condition report,
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Noble Marine Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Feb 06 at 9:10am

What boat do you have?

There shouldn't be too much of  problem providing you with a Third party only policy, without the need for a full survey.  If you have any recent photos of the boat, to show its general condition, I am confident that we can provide cover.

To obtain a quotation, please follow the relevant link for your boat type below

Yachts and Keel-boats

Motor Boats

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Post Options Post Options   Quote bananaman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Feb 06 at 9:49pm
can anyone help me find an insurance company that would not need a survey for a grp boat dating to 1967, i am looking for third party only.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Noble Marine Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Nov 05 at 11:37am

Your premium would not necessarily rise after making a claim.  We would look at a number of factors whem assessing renewal premiums

  • The value of the claim in relation to the boat's value
  • How long you have been insured with us
  • how many other claims you have made in recent years

PS - We do appreciate the kind comments made by members of these forums.  It has always been our aim to deal with our clients in a fair and speedy way and it nice for our efforts to be recognised. - Thank you.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote big man is back Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Nov 05 at 11:01am
i claimed for a rudder and they were very good infact i was very impressed by which how easy it was to work with them. well done nobal. by the way how much does you insurance go up after a claim?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote les5269 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Nov 05 at 8:19pm
Noble may be slightly more expensive but they do a very good job if you claim. I had a fairly hefty claim a few months ago  but thet sorted it within a week and no trouble to me at all  
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