Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Leaking Fuel Tank
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If the claim had been under my Pantaenius Yacht Policy, I'm quite sure I could have reopened it. However, that policy specifically excludes coverage while transporting the yacht, which is when the lighting incident happened. We did take out a separate policy, also with Pantaenius, for the transport (arranged through Seven Star/Dockwise both owned by Spliethoff). As such your "yacht" is no longer a "yacht" but is classified as "Marine Cargo". All claims are subject to full depreciation ($35K of our $42K equipment damage was not covered) and you must sign off on all future claims in order to get your check.
A word to the wise if you are contemplating shipping your boat.
Cheers, Craig SN#68 Sangaris
PS. They did cover installation costs which more than covered the equipment and I did all the work myself, so came out just fine financially. Others on the ship who had damage, but are not crazy DIY guys like me, took significant money losses.
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It is the first thing I thought of, and I think even a closed claim can be reopened.