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we are going on a 14 day cruise and want to know if insurance covers the possibility that we miss getting to the ship from an excursion. Will the incurance get us to the next port?
Barbara,
03/19/2014

Answer:


No, if you just return to the ship late this would not be covered. Only in the event that a covered reason for trip interruption occurs and causes you to miss portions of the covered trip would there be coverage to get caught up.
David M.,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
03/19/2014
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Carnival cruise lines departing Tampa Fl. for 5 day cruise to Mexico and back to Tampa Fl. how much does Ins.cost for 2 people.? Is it recommended for a short cruise.?
CharlesG,
03/08/2014

Answer:


We do recommend that you insure a trip anytime you have a risk of losing money. If your short cruise is not refundable then it is advisable to insure the amount of money you would lose in the event you have to cancel for a covered reason.
NicholeH,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
03/08/2014
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We made deposit on trip through a university continuing ed dept. At that time, nor for more than a week after deadline for deposits, did we know if the trip was a "go" with sufficient participants. When does the window expire to sign up for coverage including preexisting conditions?
Wayne,
02/07/2014

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Once you make the initial booking/payment/deposit, you have 10-30 days to purchase a policy that will include the waiver of existing medical conditions.
David M.,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
02/07/2014
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If you arrange your own air using miles, what's the best way to protect yourself against fees for redepositing/changing? Cost of the trip is not in dollars, but miles and fees.
Melody,
02/07/2014

Answer:


Airline miles are not generally considered an insurable cost. The fees and taxes you pay to use them can be insured for, and certain companies will also allow you to insure the cost of re-banking or re-depositing fees. There is also one company - Travel Insured - who will allow you to insure the value of the tickets, as long as the airline does NOT allow you to re-bank the miles.
David M.,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
02/07/2014
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When requesting a quote, does it matter if the trip starts in America but makes a stop in Mexico. Example, flying from Denver to LA. Then taking a cruise that stops in Mexico. Would I list Cont. United States or international when requesting a quote.
Scott,
01/15/2014

Answer:


The destination is whichever country you will be spending the most time in during your trip. If you'll be visiting several destinations equally (or spending most of it on a cruise ship) then list the country where your trip begins. You will still be covered while traveling outside of the selected country, so long as you are not visiting a destination that is considered restricted. If a policy does consider certain destinations restricted, you can find this list in the terms and conditions section.
David M.,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
01/15/2014
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