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Old November 3rd, 2008, 07:55 AM
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Default Has anyone used Rccl's Cruise insurance?

If so was it worth it.. Did it work out for you? Was it needed?
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We always get insurance but we usually use CSA or TravelGuard. It is recommended to use a 3rd party insurance. You can check many out at isuremytrip.com The cost is based on age, destination and length of trip. Never leave home without it! We have had to file only 1 claim in 26 cruises.
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Mine is a 2 days cruise on Rccl......We are 33 and 43 years of age.....Rccl only wants $58 for it.....What all does it cover? What if we were to have to cancel our trip? Does it cover airfare as well? I have never bought it before
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Answers to RCI's Cruise protection
http://www.royalcaribbean.com/conten...CruiseCare.pdf
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thanks but I was hoping to get some personal imput from people that used it.
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Might be hard to find someone who used it. Most go with 3rd party insurance because if something happened with the cruiseline, they will take care of themselves first, then maybe you. I can't imagine it being much more with CSA or Travelguard. You can get free quotes on the website I mentioned above.
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where is this two day cruise going ?
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where is this two day cruise going ?
It isgoing to Coco Cay!
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I've been using CSA for years now and it covers, trip delay, emergency med, which my regular insurance would not cover. Also lost luggage. Just do a little homework and see what the different policies cover and do check out CSA travel protection and Travel guard and see how they compare.
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I've been using CSA for years now and it covers, trip delay, emergency med, which my regular insurance would not cover. Also lost luggage. Just do a little homework and see what the different policies cover and do check out CSA travel protection and Travel guard and see how they compare.
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