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The Insurancewith cruise extension has been specially designed to provide peace of mind for those who have a medical condition so that they can feel safe whilst enjoying their holiday.
Our unique medical screening system has been created using input from doctors, charities and people with personal experience of how difficult it can be to find sensibly priced travel insurance for medical conditions.
By asking the right questions in an empathetic manner, we are able to take a common sense approach to every type of medical condition and this enables us to provide great levels of cover at sensible premiums.
Insurancewith Cruise Extension provides cover for trips anywhere in The World, and it’s offered with all of our Single and Multi Trip policies. All you have to do is select ‘Cruise Extension’ upon receiving a quote or purchasing a policy from us. Get a quote here.
Insurancewith Cruise Extension provides:
Please see a small selection of the hundreds of medical conditions we cover;
You can select from the following extras when purchasing a Single Trip policy;
“This is the second cruise policy I’ve taken, the advisors I spoke to during the screening process have been very helpful and knowledgeable. And your quotes have been very affordable, compared to others you are over £1,000 cheaper”Read Testimonials
Not only do we provide the usual travel insurance cover for cancellation, curtailment, baggage etc., but Insurancewith Cruise Travel Insurance also covers – loss of pre-paid shore excursions if you fall ill on your cruise and are confined to your cabin, ship to shore repatriation , formal cruise attire, change of cruise itinerary due to adverse weather.
If you have a question you need answering, why not take a look at our most frequently asked questions.
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