Draw - Answered a Question by Webster (04 Jan 08 12:21)

It is best to speak to your specific insurer as each company can be different.

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Setter - Answered a Question by Webster (04 Jan 08 12:23)

Seasickness tablets are usually available F O C from the pursers desk. If you need a seasickness injection from the ship's medic then retain the receipt,and in theory you should be able to claim from your travel insurers. One rider, though; your policy will probably be subject to an excess and (unless you are very unlucky and need a no. of injections), the cost is likely to be less than the applicable xs and therefore not recoverable.Cynthia Setter.

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Clayton - Answered a Question by Webster (04 Jan 08 17:00)

My daughter had to have an injection on our last cruise and the total cost was £75. We claimed on our travel insurance policy and received the balance of £25 (after deduction of the £50 excess) without a quibble and very quickly.

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