There are specific limits, exclusions, and conditions that apply to some parts of your cover. For the full list of general exclusions, please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)
The frame or body of your boat, the deck, cabin and permanent fixtures or fittings attached to your boat.
A device that propels or powers your boat through the water. This includes fixtures like controls, propellers and fuel tanks.
The masts, spars and rigging support and assist a sailing boat to propel it through the water. The value of these items are included in the agreed value for the hull.
A small boat you only use to get to or from your boat. You usually tow it behind or carry it on your boat.
The most we pay for loss or damage to your boat tender, including it's motor, is $2,000 as part of your agreed value.
A device that's designed to carry your boat and be towed behind a vehicle.
Our Loyalty Discount rewards you for having multiple policies with us and for the length of time you keep them. The more policies you have, the more you may save!
We cover any permanent fixtures and fittings that are permanently attached to your boat. For example, winches, a fixed fridge, fixed fishing rod holders and any GPS or fish finder that's permanently wired in.
We also cover your boat's motor fixtures, including controls, propellers and fuel tanks.
For more information, please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)
We cover the equipment you legally need to carry on your boat. When you operate a large boat operating in open waters, you need to have all of the items listed below onboard. Yet, small dinghies need very little equipment.
You can find out more details about the safety equipment requirements for most boats in the relevant Waterways handbooks.
If you change the address where you usually keep your boat or if you moor your boat during your policy period, please call us on 132 132
If your boat has a lockable cabin or compartment, you can choose to cover your contents for an amount up to $10,000. The contents we cover with this option are:
For more information about optional contents cover, please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)
With lay up cover, you can reduce your premium and the cover we provide up to 6 months while you're not using it.
We still cover your boat in the lay up period you nominate. Although, you can't use your boat in that time and you must keep it on a trailer or dry stored at the address shown on your policy.
We also cover your boat in the lay up period if you're taking your boat for a scheduled service or to be repaired by a marine mechanic or repairer.
If you want to use your boat during the lay up period, we'll only cover it if:
The types of excesses that may apply if you make a claim are:
For more information about excesses, please read our Premium, Excess and Discounts Guide (PED)
Premium, Excess and
Discounts Guide (PED)