Marine Trade

Bespoke insurance for commercial marine risks

No matter the size and nature of your marine business, we can help.

The Hayes Parsons marine team can provide you with specialist insurance and risk management advice for all manner of marine business. We have experience working with self-employed marine engineers, boat builders and sailing clubs through to large marinas, boatyards, ports and terminals. Our trade policies are extensive in cover, combining many risks and can be tailored to meet the requirements of particular federation terms. Contact the team to find out more.

Specialist Team

Darren Harris ACII

Marine Director | Chartered Insurance Broker

Laura Walton ACII

Account Executive | Chartered Insurance Broker

Hannah Saunders Cert CII

Account Handler

We are a long-term member of British Marine and work closely with them to offer our knowledge and expertise to their members. It is important to us to connect with networks like British Marine so that we can keep up to date with the challenges risks that the marine sector faces on a regular basis.

It starts with having the right insurance in place…

“We were with the same brokers for years. Our business suffered two devastating events which resulted in big insurance claims. Our old insurers wouldn’t then cover what we needed and our old brokers didn’t find someone who would. Darren at Hayes Parsons found us the insurance we needed to carry on trading.

Having been through it, I know that your broker can make a massive difference to your outcome if you have to make a claim. It starts with having the right insurance in place. Darren provides a personal service to the business, both guiding and challenging us about our insurance needs. It’s one less thing to worry about.”

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