If you are going on cruise which stops at other countries, you will need to select International Cover and select each country where the cruise stops.
If you are going on a cruise which is only in Australian waters or calling into ports in Australia and you still require a policy which includes medical cover whilst you are on board the ship as many on-board medical providers on cruises are not registered with Medicare (check with your cruise provider), you will need to select Australian Cruise as your destination. This will then allow the insurer to give you medical and evacuation cover whilst at sea but not if you go to a medical provider whilst in port in Australia. Please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement for further details.
Please note the Domestic policy does not include any medical cover as the insurer is a general insurer and cannot cover medical costs in Australia. Therefore the Domestic policy is not suitable for cruises if you require cover for on board medical treatment and evacuation.
If you are going on a cruise, you will need to select ‘Going on a cruise’ when you apply for your policy. An extra premium is payable for cruise cover.