Marine Professionals' Instrument Insurance: New Cover Highlighted

MaritimeProfessional.com
Sunday, March 02, 2014
Ship surveyor: Photo courtesy of LR

Marine Surveyors, Marine Engineers as well as off-shore contractors and other marine professionals can now access specialist marine equipment cover advises UK-based Insurance Risk & Claims Management (IRCM).

IRCM say that the cover is ideal for a variety of marine-based specialists, particularly those whose current insurance programme only provides Liability Insurance or professionals with office policies that exclude specialist equipment whilst out of the office.
 
Individuals and businesses can choose from 3 tiers of protection for their marine equipment, tools, computers and associated IT equipment.  Kit will be covered in transit by land, sea and air and whilst in use, including onboard vessels or offshore installations.

The company considers that the policy would also suit Marine Trade businesses who currently have Marine Trade Insurance but who are unable to obtain cover for their tools and equipment whilst away from their premises for more than £5,000.

For further information: http://www.marineinsurance-ircm.co.uk/marine-equipment-insurance

 

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