Cruise Travel Insurance caters for those who prefer to travel onboard a beautiful ship. Cruise trips are more popular than ever before, for all ages, so Globelink designed their Travel Insurance policies to include Cruise Travel Insurance as standard. That means, whichever policy option you select, Cruise Cover is provided free! If you opt for one of our Economy, Regular or Globetrekker policies, you get £5 million Emergency Medical and Repatriation cover, which includes the costs of being airlifted off the ship where it’s a necessary medical emergency that cant be treated on board. Luckily this is rare, but if there’s a chance its needed our 24 Medical Assistance team will liaise with on board doctors and agree a plan of action.
Get Cruise Insurance and enjoy the time of your life on the high seas, knowing your covered.
Globelink also ensured you could take your pick of cruise travel anywhere in the world. Select between Europe cover and two Worldwide options, one which covers all Countries and the other excludes USA, Canada, all islands in the Caribbean, Bahamas, Costa Rica, Japan, and Mexico.
Attention! The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) could provide you with some emergency healthcare for EU countries, but it will not pay for Helicopter or stretcher rescue, repatriation costs, lost or stolen property, and it does not cover long-term medical treatment.!
Cruise travel insurance from Globelink covers any cruise trip you take as standard. Cover also allows for over 100 adventure activities and over 50 pre-existing medical conditions for free. There’s also up to £3,000 of baggage cover.
Cruise travel insurance is designed for people, who prefer to travel on board a cruise ship and want the peace of mind that they’re still covered if something goes wrong.
All of Globelink policy options include cruise cover for free.
Travel insurance for a cruise is included in all Globelink policies as standard. The price of your policy depends on the level of cover you select, where you are going, for how long and how old you are.
It works in the same way as any other policy. If you need emergency medical assistance while on board, you call the 24 hour Emergency Assistance Service +44 (0)1273 624 661.
You should buy travel insurance for a cruise because it will ensure you peace of mind if the unexpected happens: you fall ill, or have an accident on board and need emergency medical assistance or medical evacuation to shore.
Yes, cruise cover is included in Globelink policies as standard.
Please read your Policy Wording carefully to ensure that it meets with your precise requirements. View and download the relevant Policy Wording* from the links below depending on whether you live in the UK or elsewhere in the EU.
*If you purchased your Travel Insurance policy prior to 1st February 2020, you can view your policy wording by reviewing your Globelink Travel Insurance Purchase email, or obtain a copy by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address.
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COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) COVER: All our policies cover Emergency Medical and Repatriation Expenses if you are affected by Coronavirus during your trip. Cover only applies if you are not travelling contrary to the advice of your local Government, or for UK residents - the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). Currently certain countries have entry restrictions and the FCDO advices against travel to certain destinations, please check for full details.
TRAVELLING AGAINST OFFICIAL ADVICE: Please note, should you decide to travel to a country in which your local Government, or for UK residents – the FCDO, advise against all, or all but essential travel, then there is no cover under any section of our policies.
We offer Already Travelling Insurance on the strict understanding that:
TRAVELLING AGAINST OFFICIAL ADVICE: Please note, should you decide to travel to a country in which your local Government, or for UK residents – the FCDO, advise against all, or all but essential travel, then there is no cover under any section of our policies
There is a 48 hour waiting period from the date of policy issue before the insurance takes effect as a fraud prevention measure. New Claims requiring inpatient treatment which can be independently verified, can be made within the first 48 hours.
There is no 14 day cooling off period when you are already travelling, so no refund is available in the event you cancel your policy.