As a specialist Maritime and Marine Club Insurance broker, we appreciate RYA membership benchmarks an affiliated sailing club's professionalism and expertise. Adherence to the Association’s safety management policy and system means you are operating to audited and approved standards that address some of the foremost concerns of modern insurers. Because you are an RYA affiliated club [...]
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Self-employed marina operators and harbour masters who need to source their own insurance protection can access great cover at competitive rates direct from IRCM. The independent Marine Insurance specialists can offer a variety of options ranging from stand-alone Public & Yachtyard Liability Insurance to combined programmes covering property, vessels and hired-in plant. IRCM will match the [...]
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IRCM are offering a 10% discount off their standard Bowline Marine Trades Insurance programme to members of The Yacht Harbour Association with no Tie-Ins! Here's some frequently asked questions about the offer: Is this a one-off discount? Absolutely not. We will continue to offer you a 10% discount at each renewal subject to the business remaining [...]
Members of The Yacht Harbour Association (TYHA) can benefit from a 10% discount on IRCM's already competitive Bowline Marine Trades Insurance contract. Membership of TYHA effectively means the benchmarking of a company's expertise and professionalism and IRCM believe that businesses operating within the guidelines of TYHA's Code of Practice should have that recognised in their insurance [...]
Statistics show a year-on-year increase in the number of small craft casualties since 2011. The overwhelming contributory factor in these claims is operator error. In the second of our bite-sized risk management tips for small craft operators we look at passage planning: It is vital to plan your voyage before sailing; you should take into [...]
Statistics reveal a year-on-year increase in the number of small craft casualties in the last 4 years with a significant proportion arising from fire. Some basic steps can be taken by operators of small craft to prevent onboard fires and minimise danger to crew and passengers. 1. First-aid fire-fighting appliances should be serviceable. The number of [...]
1. Unlike some insurance providers who won’t visit you if you aren’t paying them over £5,000 a year we offer face-to-face consultancy to our smaller marine traders. That way, we get to fully understand exactly how we can help you. 2. Because we have sourced a suite of exclusive resources for you and your business [...]
Many sailing clubs are registered charities or not-for-profit organisations. Despite this, the club, its officers, trustees and members can still be held legally liable when things go wrong. A standard sailing club insurance programme is unlikely to protect the club and its officers against some of the very real 21st Century hazards that they can [...]
Specialist Marine Insurance Broker Insurance Risk & Claims Management (IRCM) have moved quickly to assist UK Sailing clubs in the wake of an announcement by the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) that has seen them increase the scope of cover required by their Recognised Training Centres (RTCs). The Association is the UK’s national body for boating [...]