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Old 12-01-2011, 05:15   #46
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Keith I think you will have a problem solo for a start with any insurance + they want to know the boat is sea worthy to start with = survey. As I wrote there must have been a reason and there was.
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Old 12-01-2011, 06:04   #47
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Yes, meyermm, that is the case.
Looks like I have just bought a 36' steel cutter rigged sloop in Langkawi, subject to inspection. So I will get a survey and I will be sailing with a crew this time and will check pantaneous again for hull insurance. Only cost 31K eruos, so far!?
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Old 12-01-2011, 11:26   #48
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The documents with my quote says that they cover solo sailors, suggest you get in contact with them perhaps there is another reason.
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The documents with my quote says that they cover solo sailors, suggest you get in contact with them perhaps there is another reason.
These guys are my favourite/only Insusrer's...... solo sailors covered out to 200miles offshore... this allows for things like a Biscay crossing or Island hopping but do not apply for trans-ocean...
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Oh OK, they do seem very good my delivery skipper has used them for years and recommended them to me.
I wonder if they will insure my racing Etchells LOL, probably not.
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Oh OK, they do seem very good my delivery skipper has used them for years and recommended them to me.
I wonder if they will insure my racing Etchells LOL, probably not.
You can but ask... maybe if you carry their name on the hull you could cut a deal....lol
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