Based on a familiar UK model of travel insurance, a new plan has been devised for expats and the internationally mobile.

The new plan, GlobalVoyager, is being promoted as the world’s first flexible comprehensive ‘UK style’ international travel insurance.  It is aimed at individuals, families and groups of expats, and international citizens travelling on leisure or business from virtually ‘anywhere to anywhere’.

The new cover has been devised by Voyager Insurance Services, which says it is available to residents of almost every country around the world.

Deputy managing director of Voyager, Carl Carter, said, “The few products available elsewhere tend to be inflexible or restricted to medical-only cover and don’t offer the range of ‘UK style’ non-medical covers much needed by the conscientious traveller”.

GlobalVoyager, as well as providing emergency medical expenses, evacuation and assistance benefits, has optional benefits that can be added to any policy to tailor it to the needs of the customer such as:

  • Enhanced travel benefits – such as baggage, legal expenses and personal liability
  • Cancellation, curtailment and abandonment benefits
  • Winter sports activities and benefits – such as on-piste skiing or snowboarding activities, piste closure and ski equipment
  • Action or Action Plus – adventure sports activities.

The plan has a choice of premiums in sterling, euros or US dollars, with single-trip and annual policies available. Policy durations from three days to three years are possible.

 

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