Boat Insurance in the UK & Europe
If you’re looking for yacht or boat insurance in the UK or Europe, then speak to the Admiral Marine team today.
Tailored to your boating needs
For over 25 years Admiral have been providing yacht insurance for sailors, wherever in the world their yacht may be. We pride ourselves on our personal touch and practical approach to making sure that your yacht insurance cover meets with your needs at all times.
Reasons to Insure with Admiral Marine
- Quality boat insurance that can be tailored to your needs.
- In-house claims service with a global network of surveyors and repair specialists.
- Good customer service from your dedicated account manager at Admiral Marine
- 94% of our yacht insurance clients renew with us every year – that’s how much they trust us!
Frequently Asked Questions
Our standard policy allows you to take part in any race or regatta, but does not cover for the rig unless it is damaged by collision, stranding, sinking or fire. The hull is covered, but with double excess during racing.
Contact us as soon as possible to inform us of any changes. We’re happy to accommodate changes at any time during your year, whether that be changing contact details or an aspect of your policy. Adjustments may result in an additional premium, but we never charge administrative fees for mid-term changes.
On occasion. For instance, for participants of a long distance rally such as World ARC, we prefer a 1st January renewal date allowing for boats to be in St Lucia at the start of the policy and in South Africa when the policy is due for renewal.
We have chosen to remain a specialist insurer and can’t quote for commercial vessels or boats valued over £1million. However we can refer you directly to Hayes Parsons Insurance Brokers, our award-winning parent company, who may be able to help.
Yes. We’re happy to accommodate changes to cruising area or any other aspect of your policy at any time during the year. Adjustments may result in an additional premium, but we never charge administrative fees for mid-term changes.