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Old September 17th, 2006, 12:58 PM
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OK...still looking for insurance. I am insurance illerate! I understand the fact of now not buying insurance from Carnival (as I have always done in the past and yes, did have to go through red tape on one delay and got nothing) so I looked at Travel guard. They have several different options. What is the most common? The prices with travelguard are much better but 1/2 the coverage as what carnival had offered. What option does everyone go through? My next cruise - to panama canal which includes a plane flight, I purchased the insurance with carnival not knowing any better at the time of booking. I can't cancel now as it is to late (I think they only give you 10 days to cancel). But, the cruise after that - on the Fantasy out of N.O. involves no flight - but only a 2 hour drive - and my main concern is cancellation due to hurricane. If a hurricane is coming my way I'd have to cancel due to my obligations with work. I guess my question is - what plan do you go with out of the 4 offered with Travelguard?? Thanks!
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Old September 17th, 2006, 09:11 PM
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If you go to insuremytrip.com they will give you many options, one of which is travelguard. The website is pretty well done so that you can compare different policies.

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I went through insuremytrip. Ended up getting Travelex, the plan is called Travelite. It was 95.00 for 2 people for a 5 night cruise. I don't know anything about insurance and a lot of the wording is gobbley gook to me. But, it seemed to be decent coverage. It was a lot cheaper than the cruise line. I hope I don't need it, but have it in case I do.
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cherylroy,
I also purchased a policy from insuremytrip.com for a May cruise out of San Juan. The plan I purchased is a TravelSafe which has a 75% repay upon cancel (that is 75% of the unrefundable fare) for any reason. Its about 3/5ths of the Carnival plan with insurance, evacuation, ect..... Hope this helps, btw, I haven't ever had to use the plan so I can't tell you if a ton of work is involved or not. I just hope I don't have to find out
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