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ICICI Lombard's plan for cruise travellers

Our Bureau

Mumbai , March 23

ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company has launched a new platinum insurance plan for overseas travel, especially catered to the needs of cruise travellers. The plan offers medical and home insurance cover.

According to a company press release, the plan has been introduced as a response to the increasing demand for cruises as a holiday option. This plan provides home insurance covering the physical structure as well as the contents over and above the medical cover. It also offers financial emergency assistance along with reimbursement of expenses for dental treatment, repatriation of remains, passport and checked baggage loss, personal liability and hijack distress allowance up to seven days.

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