With Club Marine Assist you can count on round-the-clock support, 7 days a week. Included in your Club Marine pleasure craft policy at no extra cost, Club Marine Assist offers you a unique personal service.
24/7 access to help, advice, directions and services.
Information on service centres
Travel and accommodation
Tide times and weather reports
Volunteer marine rescue coordination (you’re responsible for the cost of all services provided by third
Marina locations and services
The help you need, when you need it.
Rental vehicle or alternative transport (up to $200*) for up to two days if, due to mechanical breakdown,
your boat is immobilized at sea more than 200km from your point of departure and you are returned to an
alternative port; or one night (room only) accommodation for you and your passengers at an alternative port
(up to $250*).
Emergency medical advice and referral while travelling on your boat
Referrals for boat maintenance after break-ins, storm damage
Help cancelling and rebooking travel arrangements affected by breakdown
Comprehensive roadside assistance when you’re towing your boat, or travelling to or from your boat at its mooring or storage location (terms and conditions apply). ^
Let us jumpstart flat batteries
Change flat tyres
Tow your vehicle to the closest Club Marine approved repairer or closest place of repair if your car is
immobilized due to mechanical failure (up to $400*)
Find or retrieve spare keys (up to $100*)
Supply emergency fuel when your car runs out
Coordinate accident reports and claims notification
If your trailer ever lets you down, we’ll come to the rescue.
We’ll change flat tyres
Make minor mechanical repairs like lightbulb replacement
Arrange emergency trailer towing to the closest Club Marine approved repairer or place of repair if your
trailer is immobilized due to mechanical failure (up to $400*)
Arrange car and trailer towing following mechanical failure (up to $800*)
Provide a taxi or other transport so you can collect your vehicle and trailer and recover your boat if
it’s towed to a port other than your port of departure (up to $200*)
Chris Beattie is aboard the Maritimo M64 Enclosed Fly Bridge. It's built for long-range touring and everything about this boat is big, including the spacious saloon that could entertain a dozen guests, the massive galley and a lazarette that can be reconfigured for a tender, stabilizer, fishing cockpit or storage. The M64 also features twin 13L, 1000HP turbo-charged diesel Volvo Penta engines and shaft-drives.
Chris Beattie is at Sanctuary Cove aboard the Focus Power 33. He’s with importer Rob McIntyre stretching the legs on the 520HP diesel-powered Steyr, capable of 37 knots. The 33 is a deep hull with lots of natural light and an elevated helm. It will suit a large family or two couples on weekenders.
Chris Beattie is at the Sunshine Coast testing the Sea-Doo GTR 230 for Club Marine TV. This is the most popular model in the Sea-Doo range featuring a supercharged 1630cc, 3-cylinder engine. The hull has a low centre of gravity improving cornering and stability.