Cruise Travel Insurance

If you are going on a cruise holiday, all you need to do is add the Cruise Pack to your policy during the quote and purchase process.

By adding the Cruise Pack to your travel insurance you’ll enjoy all the benefits of a 1Cover policy PLUS a heap of extra benefits specific to cruising. 

If you’re cruising in Australia, you’ll need to purchase a Domestic policy as well as a Cruise Pack, and if you’re cruising in Australia plus international waters, you’ll need to purchase a Comprehensive policy and a Cruise Pack. 

The Cruise Pack provides cover for any medical costs while on-board the ship, plus emergency medical assistance and evacuation, cover for any prepaid trip excursions you miss, attire for your fancy formal wear, and much more. Please refer to the PDS for full terms and conditions.  

When purchasing a Comprehensive plus a Cruise Pack, you’ll need to select the correct cruising region to ensure you are properly covered.

Please note, you can’t add a Cruise Pack to a Medical Only policy. 

You can find out which region is the correct for your cruising holiday as well as all other relevant information on our Cruise Travel Insurance page.   

And if you want some insider advice on cruising solo, with kids, with teens, or with your partner, look no further than our in-depth Guide to Cruising

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Any information contained on this website is general advice only and has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider these having regard to the PDS.