A wholesale and retail insurance broker providing trusted insurance solutions to brokers and direct customers since 1996.
In October this year, Voyager Insurance Services were shortlisted as a finalist at the prestigious ITIJ Awards 2019, that were held as part of the ITIC Global Conference in Malta.
As a finalist at the awards, we were asked to provide a 30 second video about who we are and what we do as a market leading supplier of Travel Insurance products and services.
We hope you enjoy the video!
Travel Insurance products Able2Travel Travel Insurance and VoyagerPlus Travel Insurance have been awarded 5 star ratings for their Single Trip and Annual Multi-Trip policies from independent rating company; Moneyfacts.
As the situation regarding Brexit continues to change, as it stands the UK is still currently set to leave the European Union following the 2016 referendum which set in motion Article 50; the formal process of leaving the EU. While there hasn’t been a shortage of holidaymakers booking their 2019 trips abroad, there is a level of uncertainty about what this means for those holiday plans and what the implications of this are for your travel insurance policies.
It has been an exciting and busy time for the team at Voyager Insurance Services. After months of planning, the business has completed a move into bigger and completely refurbished offices in Guildford. The move provides the business with the capacity to support continued growth whilst also providing the team with a much improved environment in which we are able further develop the business and service our clients.
Voyager Insurance products Dreamsaver Wedding Insurance and InsuraTrip Travel Insurance have been shortlisted as finalists at the 2019 Insurance Choice Awards.
Voyager Insurance Services have been shortlisted as finalists to win Personal Lines Broker of the Year at the Insurance Age UK Broker Awards.
Voyager Insurance Services offer High Risk Voyager Travel Insurance to cover people travelling to Sri Lanka and other areas where the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office advise against ‘all travel’ or ‘all but essential travel’.