Bates Wharf Boats are working with Boats & Yachts Warranty, the marine industries leading extended warranty provider, to offer you a comprehensive cover.

Make Sure you’re Protected

Although boating is fun for you, it takes place in an environment that is hard on your craft. A salty atmosphere, rough seas, heavy engine loads and pressures etc. can all take their toll on your craft,the engines, and its components. This makes Boats & Yachts Warranty extended Warranty Plans an essential investment.

Why do I need a Boats & Yachts Warranty?

  • Your craft is likely to be one of the largest investments you’ll make in your life, so why leave it without mechanical breakdown protection?
  • Every year 1,000’s of owners are left unprotected when their craft manufacturer’s warranty expires leaving them vulnerable to unexpected repair bills.
  • Most new boats and yachts come with a hull and engine warranty for 1 or 2 years; our extended Warranty Plans will prolong the coverage of your engine and systems for up to 20 years. Pre-owned crafts, on the other hand, are generally sold “as is”. Boats & Yachts Warranty extended Warranty Plans add a layer of protection to your purchase and give you that added peace of mind when buying a pre-owned craft.
  • Modern vessels are complex and expensive to fix if anything goes wrong, the high labour charges alone can be crippling.

Protection throughout Europe

Boats & Yachts Warranty give you complete protection if your craft breaks down anywhere throughout Europe. No other warranty company covers more of your vessel, plus, all their Warranty Plans include a maximum of £750 for the actual cost of Hoist/Haul-Out and storage, to facilitate diagnosis or repairs as standard. Don’t let a costly repair ruin your boating; make sure you’re covered today.

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