Worldcare’s comprehensive travel insurance policies automatically include cover for cruising.
Whether you’re a seasoned cruiser or planning your first trip on a cruise liner, Worldcare can provide you with peace of mind that you’re covered if something goes wrong*, leaving you free to relax and enjoy yourself!
Why choose Worldcare to cover your cruise?
✓ Unlimited medical coverage and access to the world’s biggest medical network
✓ Unlimited coverage for cancellation fees and lost deposits, from the moment you buy your policy
✓ Many pre-existing medical conditions covered
✓ Up to $12,000 coverage for lost baggage and personal effects
✓ Competitive premiums and the choice of a $100 excess
✓ Available for travellers up to 85 years old
✓ We’ve been protecting Australians overseas for over 20 years
Get a quote using the quick quote tool on this page.
If you’d like more information on what’s covered or would prefer to get a quote over the phone, call 1800 008 614 and we’ll be happy to help.
How to choose the right Worldcare policy for your cruise
If you’ll spend more than 48 hours outside the Pacific region, you need to select the geographical region that gives you the right cover. For example, you must select Region 5 - Worldwide if you are spending more than 48 hours in Region 5, to ensure cover is available for a loss under your policy.
Even if you’re travelling on a domestic cruise in Australian waters, it’s advisable to get comprehensive travel insurance, selecting the Pacific region, to ensure you’re covered for emergency medical assistance and hospital expenses.
If you don’t buy a comprehensive policy, you won’t be covered for medical transfer or evacuation (for example, by helicopter) if you need to be transported from your cruise liner to the nearest hospital for emergency medical treatment.
* Please read our Combined Financial Services Guide and Product Disclosure Statement for full details of exclusions and limits that apply.