Arranging cover for your cruise holiday couldn't be easier. Our annual multi-trip policy now provides cruise cover as standard. We can also add this onto your policy if you only need cover for a single trip.
We offer two levels of cover - Essential and Premier - so you can choose which one best suits your needs.
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Q. Is there an age limit on travel insurance for cruises?
A. Our annual multi-trip travel policy has an upper age limit of 79 years, however there’s no upper age limit on our LV= single trip travel insurance policy.
Q. If I'm going on a cruise, how do I make sure that I'm covered with my LV= travel insurance?
A. When you get a quote for a single trip travel policy, make sure you tell us if your holiday includes a cruise and cover will be added to your policy. Annual multi-trip policies automatically include cruise cover.
Q. If I'm already on holiday and want to go on a cruise, what do I do?
A. If you're already on holiday and decide to go on a cruise as part of this break, our annual multi-trip policy gives you the peace of mind of knowing that cruise cover is included as standard. If you have single trip cover, all you need to do is call us on +44 1202 884 561 to let us know about your cruise so we can add this to your policy.
Q. What happens if I lose my passport while on my cruise holiday?
A. If your passport is lost, stolen or destroyed, we'll pay up to £500 for the cost of extra transport, accommodation and administration costs you have to pay to get a temporary passport so you can return home. Please include written confirmation or a receipt from the Consulate showing the date of the incident and the cost of replacement passport with your claim.
Q. How do I make a claim?
A. If you need to make a claim, please call us on 0800 707 6967. Depending on what section of your policy you're claiming under, you may need to give us certain types of information or evidence. Please see the relevant section of your policy for more information on what documents you may need.
Q. What happens if my baggage is delayed, lost or stolen?
A. If you've selected baggage cover and your baggage is delayed or lost in transit, you should tell the carrier of the baggage within 24 hours of discovery and obtain a Property Irregularity Report. If your baggage is delayed for more than 12 hours from when you arrive at your destination, your policy provides cover for the purchase of necessary items (£250 on our Essential policy and £500 on our Premier policy). If you have cruise cover, this benefit includes the cost of couriering your baggage to your cruise vessel if it has already left the port.
If your baggage is stolen, you should report this to the local police within 24 hours of discovering the theft and obtain a written report.
If your baggage is lost, you should report the loss to the police or appropriate person depending on where the loss occurs (such as the cruise concierge or reception desk) and obtain written evidence.