Terms & Conditions
This is the official website of Nautical Insurance. It is intended for customers based in the UK and is therefore subject to the UK regulatory regime(s).
By using this site you are accepting these terms and conditions, if you do not wish to accept the terms and conditions listed we would ask that you do not use this site. Nautical Insurance reserve the right at any time and without notice to amend or alter all content on this site as deemed necessary by Nautical Insurance.
This free to access website(s) provides free information regarding Nautical Insurance and it’s products, services, news and it’s work for our clients. It also provides contact information and contact methods for Nautical Insurance.
Copyright and trademarks
All copyright to all graphics, images, logos, data, databases and html code contained in this website belongs to Nautical Insurance and or it’s clients. Reproduction, adaptation or modification of all or any part of these websites are strictly prohibited without the prior written permission of Nautical Insurance or in accordance with the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.
Unauthorised use of this website
Entry to the html code, cgi scripts, images or any other part of this website is strictly prohibited.
Do not transmit or post any material to this website that is libellous, obscene, threatening, abusive or hateful.
No unsolicited email (SPAM) may be directed to or through this site.
You are prohibited from attempting to interfere with the site service, including, overloading, flooding, mailing , bombing, crashing, or hacking all or part of the site content or deleting or changing any site content.
Nautical Insurance accept no liability for any errors or omissions on this website and it’s liability howsoever arising in relation to the website shall exclude liability for indirect and consequential loss including loss of profits, loss of opportunity, loss of systems, loss of reputation, business interruption, loss of programmes or other data.
The website and its contents are governed by English law.