Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances Ltd is your ‘one stop shop’ for all your insurance needs afloat or ashore.
With over 75 years’ experience in the insurance industry the Cavanagh family and their highly professional staff have established individually tailored insurance packages to cater for their clients’ needs and provide a 24/7/365 claims service to their marine customers.
As part of their marine product range they can cover everything from the smallest inshore vessel to the large pelagic vessels. Policies cover a wide range of marine risks such as:
- Hull and Machinery
- Protection and Indemnity (P&I)
- Crew cover
- Personal Accident
- War risks
Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances Ltd can also provide cover for commercial insurance requirements onshore, these include:
- Onshore storage units and property
- Employers Liability
- Public Liability
- Motor Fleets, etc.
They also work closely with the marine trades and provide service to businesses that supply to the marine industry. This includes, but is not limited to, areas of work and trades listed below:
- Fisherman’s Cooperatives
- Fish processers
- Engine Suppliers
- Propeller maintenance
- Boat builders & boat repair yards
They provide a range of insurance products for other areas in the marine environment such as pleasure craft, passenger vessels, ferries, workboats, chartered angling, rowing clubs and marinas.
Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances Ltd look after the needs of owners and crews with a competitive range of personal products. They know how busy their clients are so they can help take the stress, time and work out of shopping the market for personal products like Car, Van, House, Health, farm and travel insurance, etc. Their professionally trained staff can explain the differences in features and benefits in the products offered.
For product information and free quotations, visit Cavanagh Hooper Dolan’s website at www.chd.ie, email the team on email@example.com or call today on 074 91 77500.
Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances Limited is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.