This is only my second cruise and for the first cruise I purchased my trip insurance through AAA, who was our booking agent. This time, I reserved my cruise with a different travel agent so I am looking for trip insurance options and found InsureMyTrip.com. LOTS of options on this site, so can anyone tell me if they have used this site, and if yes, can you give advice as to what to look for and what to avoid. The obvious to me was the medical and emergency medical evacuation but what else should I evaluate on? Also, has anyone had to use their travel insurance and what was your good/bad experiences in dealing with them? Should I avoid certain trip insurance companies that may be listed on InsureMyTrip altogether? My cruise doesn't depart till 6/20/10 so I have some time but don't want to wait till the last minute.
We included cancel-for-any-reason coverage on our last cruise due to H1N1 concerns. If you want this coverage you have to buy the insurance within a couple of weeks of your booking.
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Alaska 2014 - haven't picked a cruise yet
Carnival: Glory 2004, Destiny 2008, Splendor 2009, Freedom 2011, Valor 2012
Celebrity: Summit 2011
Princess: Ruby 2010, Caribbean 2013
I've used them for all three of our crusies. If you have a pre-existing condition you have to buy the insurance within a certain time frame for them to cover a lose that is related to that condition. I've never had to file a claim either, thank goodness.
Carnival legend November 2009
Carnival Glory October 2007
Carnival Elation November 2006
Wow, lots of spam running around these days. I've seen InsureMyTrip.com discussed on here before with good words said. Myself, I'm a USAA member, so I do everything through them, and suggest that anyone who served honorably do the same.
Disney Dream - Dec 2012 4n Bahamas
Carnival Imagination - Dec 2011 4n Western
Carnival Imagination - Nov 2010 4n Western
Costa Atlantica - Dec 2009 7n Eastern
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I use CSA travel protection now, and have never had a problem even with claims. Make sure you have trip interuption and baggage loss as well, you just never know.
The agency I work for also uses CSA most clients are satisfied. Another carrier I like is itravelinsured.com.
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