Our dedicated and experienced team of underwriters, claims personnel and risk surveyors has been working with our policyholders and their representatives since 1986. Our policies include:
- Stock mortality
- Equipment and support craft
Angling Lakes Policy
For angling lake owners and managers, the policy includes:
- Stock mortality
All our Aquaculture and Angling Lakes policies provide:
- Clarity – know exactly what you’ll pay to cover your stock.
- Transparency – cover all or part of your stock. You decide the cover levels that are best for you.
- Value for Money – get the right insurance cover for your business and stock. Please note that each Angling Lakes policy will be subject to a minimum premium of £400 plus tax.
- Peace of Mind – you’ll have the right cover at the right price.
To find out more about our Aquaculture or Angling Lakes policies, please contact one of the team below.
Meet the Aquaculture Policy Experts
Senior Underwriting Executive
Australia Branch Manager & Aquaculture Risk Manager
We are happy to insure finfish, however for inquiries for prawns and other shellfish, please contact Robert Ferguson via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, we also provide cover for sport fisheries, research establishments, plus sites which use aquaculture techniques to farm species leading to pharmaceutical and bio-fuel products.
Yes, all production equipment can be insured as well as vessels and support craft.
This policy covers stock mortality caused by one of the perils in the policy document. Please note that this is a named perils policy therefore, in the case of a loss, it will be up to the policyholder to prove that the loss was caused by an insured peril.
Losses are considered on the production of mortalities.
Stock is insured as per the indemnity scale in the policy document. This is produced using various pricing models around the UK. Only the species of fish listed are covered under this policy however this, and the indemnity value, can be reviewed on request.
Unfortunately not, the policy will be effective across the site as a whole. This is because it would be difficult to ascertain if a loss had occurred in an insured or uninsured pond.
Although the indemnity scale lists a number of species that can be insured under the policy, a single species can be insured if desired.
In these instances we will still require an inventory of the lakes for risk management purposes, however only the value of the carp will be used in the calculation of the sum insured.