Marine Pleasure Craft

We offer a wide range of pleasure craft insurance, from inland water craft such as dinghies, sculling boats and narrow boats to marine craft including yachts and powerboats. 

So whether your craft is used for piloting inland water ways, skipping along the top of the waves with the loud level all the way forward or cruising at a more tranquil speed enjoying the sea air. Our policy features are designed to ensure you are sufficiently covered to protect your vessel whatever the activity. 

Key Benefits

  • Just ask about cover for your craft type and usage.
  • Our flexible cover ranges allow you to discover new waters.
  • Discounts for experienced sailors and those who have earned RYA qualifications.

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Boat insurance is not actually a legal requirement in the UK, but if you are considering investing thousands of pounds in a boat it’s wise to protect it. Evidence of third party insurance is compulsory at most marinas, harbours and in recognised mooring areas. To obtain an inland waterways licence, you may need to produce proof of third party insurance. Most lakes and reservoirs require the same.

The value of your boat should reflect the current market value. The price you paid for the boat is normally a good indicator of this. Where the value is not known or ambiguous we may need an independent valuation.

Yes, provided they are doing so with your permission and you are confident in their ability to handle the boat.