Check out the three different levels of cover you can choose from when you pick an Admiral travel insurance policy.
Admiral was launched in 1993. Originally it specialised in car insurance and was the first insurer to introduce a multi-car policy.
Since then, it has branched out into home insurance, personal loans and of course, travel insurance.
The most basic of the three available policies, Admiral, covers:
Admiral Gold covers:
Admiral Platinum covers:
Admiral offers three tiers of travel insurance to suit different budgets and cover requirements.
Choose from Admiral, Admiral Gold or Admiral Platinum on your single or multi-trip policy to get the insurance you need for your getaway.
Winter sports, cruise and golf travel insurance options are available, and many activities are covered as standard, including pony trekking, wakeboarding and surfing.
You’ll also have access to a 24-hour multilingual hotline which is there to help if you fall ill or are injured while abroad.
Here’s what you need to know:
Three levels of cover are available: Admiral, Admiral Gold and Admiral Platinum
Choose from single and multi-trip policies
Insurance available for 18 to over 65 years olds
Children can be added to your policy
24-hour multilingual emergency helpline
You can upgrade your policy for winter sports, golf holidays or a cruise
Add on gadget travel insurance to protect your tech
Large range of holiday activities covered as standard (check policy documents for full list)
You can contact Admiral’s customer service team on 0333 234 9913 from Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
However, you may prefer to use the webchat function on its site as queue times can be long.
Certain adrenaline-spiking sports will not be covered by an Admiral travel insurance policy, so you’re on your own if you want to go bungee-jumping or jet-skiing.
You also won’t be insured for any medical emergency that occurs because of a pre-existing condition which you haven’t previously mentioned, or if your doctor has specifically advised you against travelling.
Cancelling your trip because you don’t want to travel or are worried about an epidemic will not be covered either. As well as if you don’t have the necessary documentation, visa or a valid passport to enter a country.
Check your documents carefully for the full list of what is and isn’t covered.
This depends on what you need from your insurance.
Make sure that your chosen policy gives enough cover for all the things you need it to. It’s always worth comparing Admiral travel insurance against other options available to see how it stacks up.
You may be able to get all the cover you need for your holiday at a lower price by shopping around.
Admiral’s Gold and Platinum policies have a four and five-star rating from Defaqto, respectively. This means that they have a good level of features and benefits.
Ultimately though, a travel insurance policy is only right for you if it insures you for everything you need at a price which suits your budget.
You can get a quote for Admiral travel insurance and see how it compares against other policies with us.
Simply answer a few questions about yourself and your trip and we’ll show you the policies that fit your requirements. What could be easier?
You can make a claim through the Admiral site, or you can ring them on 0333 234 9914, Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.
Admiral travel insurance is underwritten by Admiral Insurance (Gibraltar) Limited.
You’re covered for emergency medical and repatriation costs if you get covid-19 while on holiday and must isolate. You can also claim for trip cancellation if you test positive for covid-19 within 14 days of the start of your holiday, or if you have to cut your trip short because a close relative has died of covid-19.
You won’t be covered if you travel against the recommendations of the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), or if the FCDO changes its advice about a country you’re visiting or pass through due to covid-19.
Check its website for the full list of what you will and won’t be covered for.
You can cancel your Admiral travel insurance, however if the policy ends within 28 days of the date you purchased it, you won’t be entitled to a refund.
If it ends after 28 days from the date you purchased it, you can receive a refund if you cancel within 14 days from the date of purchase or when you received your policy documents, whichever is later. After this, you will not receive a refund.
As of 1 May 2022.