Trailer sailer

Insurance

COVER FOR YOUR TRAILER SAILER

One sail boat is different to the next so we let you choose between agreed and market value. Conditions apply.

COVER FOR MAST, SPARS, RIGGING AND SAILS

So you can get back on the water as soon as possible.

SOCIAL RACING COVER

No forms or extra fees - you're covered for social racing up to 25nm.

RACING OPTION

For those times when you want to challenge yourself and your boat in competition. Includes loss of entry fees up to $1,000.

TOWING IN AN EMERGENCY

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

LAY UP DISCOUNTS

Don't use your trailer sailer 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.
Trailer sailer

Tips and Advice

Jeep Grand Cherokee Review
Club Marine editor Chris Beattie is on a trailer trip to South West Rocks. He's towing a Formosa plate boat behind a Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. Power comes from a V6, 3L turbo-diesel engine packing 570Nm of torque. Luxury appointments include a leather steering wheel and seats and a nine-speaker stereo system.
The human factor when boating with Al McGlashan
In this Club Marine TV video Al McGlashan highlights some areas of boating risk including the human factor. Being aware of the situation around you, clear decision making and good communication are key areas to focus on when reducing risk.
Keeping a sharp lookout when on the water with Al McGlashan
One of the key rules of boating is to keep a proper lookout. In this Club Marine TV video Al gives some invaluable tips on how to maximise your visibility and maintain a safe speed. He also identifies some important cardinal markers and isolated hazards.
Feature Article

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Whether you're building a dinghy or a super yacht, there are basic principles that apply to all seaworthy vessels.
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