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Cahill - Answered a Question by Davies (22 Dec 07 16:49)

I had By Pass Surgery in September of this year and went on a cruise in late October. I likewise had difficulties in getting insurance cover for me. There was either an excessice loading or they would not cover me at all. I eventually got cover from Marks & Spencer Insurance. In additional to the normal insurance cover for my wife and I. They accepted my medical condition at an additional loading of £105. This was put down to it only being 12 weeks since my operation. As I wanted to go on the cruise, I had no alternative but to accept it.

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bradshaw - Answered a Question by Davies (22 Dec 07 19:05)

Hi, we had the same problem in sept, but got insurance with saga for my hubby at £105 for the year, which i thought was brilliant, its worldwide but excludes AMERICA.

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leakey - Answered a Question by Davies (22 Dec 07 21:33)

Have you tried Saga or insure and go, I think both do insurance for existing illnesses but you obviously pay a bit extra on the premium.

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morris - Answered a Question by Davies (22 Dec 07 23:21)

Try travelcover.co.uk we use them and my partner has heart problems. You can do it online and they are very reasonable I think his was 27 pounds for two weeks earlier this year!

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gladwyn - Answered a Question by Davies (26 Dec 07 22:13)

Try allcleartravel.co.uk, they seem very good. A Gladwyn Swindo.

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