Travel Insurance Protection
Written by Michael Berryhill
Travel Insurance? When Bad things happen toGood Vacation PlansCruise Insurance?Don't get left high and dry on your next cruise
It used to be that years ago, Travel Insurance was expensive, and basically held a single purpose in mind, which was if for some reason a vacationer or traveler should decide to cancel their trip. Well times and insurance have both changed.Along with those changes has been an array of emerging coverage modifications, which have been needed to keep upwith our diverse travel habits and needs. Rare is the situation now that a trip is cancelled, unless it happens to be for abusiness required situation, or due to the current economic trends (such as) a loss of job and income to be able tocomplete a planned trip. So as you can see, it is very important to be sure that your policy provides coverage in theseinstances. What does frequently happen to cause claims are weather and travel delays, postponements, aircraft anditinerary rerouting, delayed or lost baggage (now what to do with no clothes) sickness or illness prior to leaving home,after your arrival at the airport, on board the aircraft, or even worse once on board the cruise ship and
out in themiddle of the sea. Or heaven forbid, the ultimate in challenges you or a travel mate becomes injured or possiblysomething even more devastating occur, which can create not only emotional havoc, but financial devastation on top of all of the emotional drains that will be taking place. Pretty much all the above YOU have no control over yet, you made a
decision to waive insurance, because you thought you’
d never cancel your trip, or that travel insurance was tooexpensive. Even worse if say you had heard from a friend, family member, or loved one that travel insurance was just ahoax and a unnecessary expense!
One thing that is as certain as Taxes, is Death. Know that if you should wind up being
about your needfor travel insurance, that your family members or travel mates (those You would leave behind)
get theopportunity to tell you about just what an expensive ordeal you have left for them to resolve. You shouldALWAYS cover your planned cruises with cruise travel insurance. Insurance plans can include coverage for cruisesof all shapes and sizes. Plans may include valuable emergency medical coverage, trip interruption coverage,emergency travel and health assistance services and more. Such policies offer travelers numerous coverageoptions. Whether for a two-day cruise to the Bahamas or a month-long cruise through the Mediterranean, thereare customizable plans and coverages to fit your travel needs.With regards to Medical Emergencies which can happen while you are on-board a cruise, or while travelling, youcan (click here) to view an article (or should you be reading this in printed form the link to that article is
http://wp.me/p1foVW-84)which I published on the topic of Medical Emergencies and Evacuations at Sea.
Popular Travel Insurance Plans (What are Your Options)
Most times Insurance providers offer various levels of plans (coverage), so you willhave many choices to think about
For travelers who want the most comprehensive package of travelinsurance coverage & assistance services.The Top Tier Plan is for travelers who want the most comprehensive package of travel insurancecoverage and assistance services. If you are looking for the total package that includes coverage forthe highest level of medical services, (plus additional benefits when generally policy is purchasedwithin 15 days of initial trip payment). Additionally there will be coverage for pre-existing medicalconditions, financial default - even trip cancellation due to job loss and other covered work reasons!This is extremely important to self employed travelers, as typically they are the largest segment of cancellations due to work related issues. Normally these top tier plans can also be upgraded toinclude optional
like Cancel for Any Reason and Medical Evacuation home or to thehospital of your choice!
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