Common carrier delay for any length of time
Accommodation made uninhabitable
Must be purchased before storm is named
Hurricane and Weather can reimburse a traveler in the event they must cancel or interrupt their trip due to inclement weather.
The Company will reimburse for the Forfeited, pre-paid Trip Costs up to the Maximum Limit shown in the Schedule if the Insured’s Trip is cancelled prior to the scheduled Departure Date and time for an Unforeseen Covered Event listed below.
The Company will reimburse up to the Maximum Limit shown in the Schedule if the Insured’s Trip is interrupted after the scheduled Departure Date and time for an Unforeseen Covered Event listed below.
UNFORESEEN COVERED EVENTS:
a) Inclement Weather which causes delay or cancellation of travel;
b) The Insured’s, or a Traveling Companion’s Primary Residence being made Uninhabitable by Natural Disaster, Named Storm, vandalism, or burglary;
c) The Destination being made Uninhabitable or Inaccessible by Natural Disaster, vandalism, or burglary;
d) A Named Storm causing cancellation or interruption of travel to the Insured’s Destination that is Inaccessible or Uninhabitable. A Named Storm becomes foreseeable on the date it is named by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) or foreign equivalent. The Company will only pay benefits for Losses occurring more than 14 days from the Policy Effective Date and within 30 days after the Named Storm makes the Destination Uninhabitable or Inaccessible.