At Insure4Boats Private Clients we understand that owning a luxury yacht is your lifelong dream.
A dream that deserves the highest level of protection.
In the same way you have spent years planning for and dreaming of your perfect yacht, we have spent years finessing our insurance solutions. And in that time we’ve come to one simple conclusion; insurance should be built around you and your yacht. That’s why our ethos is to understand you first and then build an insurance quote from the ground up. No pre-defined solutions. Carefully crafted, bespoke cover that perfectly matches your needs.
With an in-depth understanding of marine insurance, we can offer you complete choice and flexibility when crafting your cover. Our expert advisers will build you a totally bespoke quote based on a detailed discussion about your vessel, your experience and where you sail.
Our bespoke cover can include:
As part of our service commitment to our clients, you will be assigned a dedicated Account Manager who will handle everything from your initial insurance quote to your renewal and beyond.
Your Account Manager will be on hand around the clock for any enquiries you have, and once your insurance cover is in place they will be your first point of contact if you ever need to make any changes to your policy or make a claim.
Our clients tell us that this gives them complete reassurance that they are in safe hands wherever they are sailing in the world. And that helps us sleep easy at night too.
We have been working with Alison for the past 15 years and in those years, we have found her to be the most helpful, conscientious broker we have ever worked with.…
Tracey Furness — 2017
Alison has consistently provided a first-class service clearly based on her unrivalled knowledge of yacht insurance services and policies.…
Trevor Marshall — April 2017
Very appreciative of the excellent service we experienced when insuring our new boat. From our initial enquiry through to completion we found your knowledge and help first class.
Fred and Sylvia Lloyd — February 2017