Since its launch in Australia in January 2009, Club Marine Assist, in partnership with Allianz Global Assistance, has helped thousands of members and Club Marine is proud to be able to now offer the same service to members in New Zealand.
Club Marine Assist offers a range of services. Whether you’re on-board or on dry land, telephone operators will assess your situation and will help members contact the appropriate emergency services. If needed, they will even arrange overnight accommodation and boat salvage, as well as assisting in lodging the paperwork for Club Marine insurance claims.
Club Marine Assist also provides comprehensive roadside assistance benefits for members’ cars and/or trailers for every trip when either towing your boat, or traveling to or from your boat (if moored or stored in a dry stack, trailer store or on hard stand). Club Marine NZ members can simply dial 0800 11 CLUB (2582) to seek advice, assistance, directions and information 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Club Marine Assist can help members contact a harbourmaster or marina operator, offer directions to the fuel and service wharf, grocery store and more. And best of all, Club Marine Assist is provided entirely free of charge to all Club Marine members when they buy or renew a boat insurance policy with Club Marine.
For further information about the NZ Club Marine Assist program or other Club Marine products and services visit: www.clubmarine.co.nz, call toll-free (in NZ) 0800 11 CLUB (2582) or talk to your insurance broker, boat dealer or financial institution.
Go to the Club Marine New Zealand website here: www.clubmarine.co.nz.
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