Runabout

Insurance

COVER FOR YOUR RUNABOUT

In the event of accidental loss, damage or theft. Plus, overheating cover for motors when there’s an external blockage.

COVER FOR YOUR PERSONAL EFFECTS

Automatic cover is provided for Personal Effects including clothing, waterproof gear, wetsuits, glasses and manchester up to $500 per item, and up to $5,000 in total. These items are included within the total sum insured you specify. You can ask us to increase these amounts if you think they won't be enough.

TOWING IN AN EMERGENCY

Reasonable costs of emergency sea towing plus up to $1,000 for land transit towing costs.

COVER FOR YOUR FISHING GEAR

Automatic cover is provided for fishing gear, skiing and diving equipment, and tools up to $500 per item, and up to $5,000 in total. These items are included within the total sum insured you specify. You can ask us to increase these amounts if you think they won't be enough.

Optional cover for water skiers

Automatically includes liability cover when you’re using your boat for water skiing, including barefoot skiing.

Lay up discounts

Don't use your runabout over winter? Don't pay full price and still get cover for storage risks like theft, fire and storm damage.
Any advice here does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Terms, conditions, limits and exclusions apply. Before making a decision, please consider the relevant Policy Wording, which is available on this website.
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