Runabout

Insurance

COVER FOR YOUR RUNABOUT

In the event of accidental loss, damage or theft. Plus, overheating cover for motors when there’s an external blockage.

REPLACEMENT OF GEAR ON BOARD

Automatically includes fishing gear, skiing and diving equipment, tools and personal effects. Up to $1,500 per item, and up to $10,000 total.

TOWING IN AN EMERGENCY

Following an accident, up to $1000 to tow your boat and trailer to the nearest repairer.

Lay up discounts

Don't use your runabout over winter? Don't pay full price and still get cover for storage risks like theft, fire and storm damage.

Optional cover for water skiers

Optional liability cover when you’re using your boat for water skiing, including barefoot skiing.
Any advice here does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Terms, conditions, limits and exclusions apply. Before making a decision, please consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)/Policy Wording, which is available on this website.

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WHY CLUB MARINE?

Founded by boaties for boaties, we've been insuring runabout owners for more than 50 years, so we know where you're coming from.
  • Outstanding claims service
  • Broad, flexible cover
  • Exclusive member benefits
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Real help when you need it

When you take out insurance for your runabout with Club Marine, you can count on the help you need when you need it via Club Marine Assist.
  • Alternative transport for up to two days
  • Comprehensive roadside assistance
  • Car and trailer towing
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Runabout

Tips and Advice

How to flush your outboard engine
Doug King talks about the correct procedure for flushing the cooling system on an outboard engine. Flushing on a regular basis will ensure correct operation at appropriate temperatures and give you longer engine life.
How to tie a back-to-back uni knot with Paul Worsteling
Paul Worsteling shows you how to tie a back-to-back uni knot, ideal for tying mono to mono, braid to braid, or mono to braid.
How to tie a locked blood knot with Paul Worsteling
Paul Worsteling shows you how to tie a locked blood knot, ideal for using on hooks and swivels when fishing for snapper, bream and whiting.
Feature Article

Double the excitement

There's something special about twin outboards. Mount them onto a RIB and you've got a recipe for fun.
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UPCOMING EVENTS

01 Oct
28 Feb
Million Dollar Fish
The million dollar fish is on again in the NT!
18-21
Jan
GC Game Fish Club Light Tackle Masters
Gold Coast, QLD
20-27
Jan
Goolwa Regatta Week
Hindmarsh Island, SA