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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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