Hopefully you shouldn’t need a warranty policy but its good to know that you’re covered! YACHTS.co are working with Boats & Yachts Warranty, the marine industries leading extended warranty provider, to offer you a comprehensive cover through a well known and respected 3rd party service.
Make Sure you’re Protected
Although boating is fun for you and your family, it takes place in an environment that is hard on your craft. A salty atmosphere, rough seas, heavy engine loads and pressures etc. can all take their toll on your vessel, the engines, and its components. For this reason the Boats & Yachts Warranty extended Warranty Plans an essential investment and YACHTS.co is pleased to be able to offer it to the market to support any boat you purchase with us as an optional extra.
Why do I need a Boats & Yachts Warranty?
Your craft is likely to be one of the largest investments you’ll make in your life, so why leave it without mechanical breakdown protection?
Every year 1,000’s of owners are left unprotected when their craft manufacturer’s warranty expires leaving them vulnerable to unexpected repair bills.
Most new boats and yachts come with a hull and engine warranty for 1 or 2 years; our extended Warranty Plans will prolong the coverage of your engine and systems for up to 20 years. Pre-owned crafts, on the other hand, are generally sold “as is”. Boats & Yachts Warranty extended Warranty Plans add a layer of protection to your purchase and give you that added peace of mind when buying a pre-owned craft.
Modern vessels are complex and expensive to fix if anything goes wrong, the high labour charges alone can be crippling.
Protection throughout Europe
Boats & Yachts Warranty give you complete protection if your craft breaks down anywhere throughout Europe.
No other warranty company covers more of your vessel, plus, their Warranty Plans includes up to of £750 for the actual cost of Hoist/Haul-Out and storage, to facilitate diagnosis or repairs as standard.
Don’t let a costly repair ruin your boating; make sure you’re covered today.
If you’d like to find out more about the new boat warranty and commissioning process then click here!