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The 5 Best Ways to Insure Your Luxury Cruise

Erica Lamberg | Oct 6, 2021

If you were an avid cruiser before cruises were suspended due to the pandemic, you may be ready to stretch your sea legs again. Or you could be an aspiring cruiser ready to snag a great deal as cruise lines begin to sail again from select U.S. ports, the Caribbean and Europe.

If you’re planning a voyage on the open sea, make sure to check insurance and Covid testing requirements. Some cruise lines are mandating that you buy travel insurance if you are not vaccinated.

Whether you’re required by insurance for a cruise or not, having the right protection in place before you go is smart. Here’s a look at the best cruise insurance plans.

Seven Corners RoundTrip Choice Plan

Why we picked it: The RoundTrip plan comes with a solid selection of benefits at an excellent price.

In addition to $100,000 in emergency medical coverage and $500,000 in emergency medical coverage per person, you will get $20,000 in non-medical evacuation coverage per person. The Choice Plan also includes $1,500 of missed connection coverage per person.

If you want even more flexibility, you can add “cancel for any reason” coverage.

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