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Pleasurecraft

Pleasurecraft such as yachts, boats and jetskis provide hours of fun for the whole family but where there’s fun there’s often risk. Pleasurecraft insurance provides peace of mind so no matter what adventures occur on the water, your boating lifestyle remains protected.

With over 1 million recreational craft being used throughout Australia, it’s fair to say we’re a nation of water lovers. Pleasurecraft insurance provides cover for your recreational boating needs,including:

  • Accidental loss, damage, fire and/or explosion and theft to your boat
  • Liability to other people, including death or injury, and damage to their property
  • Agreed or market value policies if your boat is less than 20 years old


Please Note: Below are some of the more common insurance policy features, however, the list is not exhaustive and some features may not be offered by certain insurers. Please refer to the insurer-specific policy wording for inclusions, exclusions, terms and conditions.

Covered Features

  • Pleasurecraft Comprehensive Cover

    Comprehensive Cover

    Provides accidental loss, damage, fire and/or explosion and theft to your boat.

  • Pleasurecraft Liability

    Liability

    Cover for liability to other people, including death or injury, and damage to their property.

  • Pleasurecraft Sum Insured Option

    Sum Insured Option

    Option to choose either agreed or market value policy if your boat is less than 20 years old.

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