Sponsor deal

PIC Insurance Brokers announced as Major Partner & Preferred Marine Insurer of the RNZYS.

15 January 2021


The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has announced a new partnership with PIC Insurance Brokers who have signed on as Major Partners for three years.

PIC Insurance Brokers are now recognized as the Preferred Marine Insurer of the RNZYS, a Major Partner of the RNZYS, and have also come on board as the naming rights sponsors of the ‘PIC Insurance Brokers Cruising Series’ and ‘PIC Insurance Brokers Fishing Division’.

In addition to this, PIC Insurance are now taking on the sponsorship of one of the club’s ten Mastercard Youth Training Programme Elliott 7 yachts, which will be branded on both sides with the PIC Insurance Brokers logo.

Daniel Garner, PIC Insurance Brokers Head of Operations, is thrilled to be on board with the RNZYS.

“As a proudly New Zealand owned business, we’re excited to partner with the RNZYS. PIC has been supporting the yachting and boating community for a long time, so we’re looking forward to getting stuck in and working closely with the RNZYS and its members.”


Describing what PIC Insurance Brokers are about, Garner said, “We pride ourselves on putting our clients first, guided by our core values of loyalty, integrity and community. We work for you, and your broker’s focus is driving the best outcomes for you. You can trust that when you need us the most, we’re right there, working hard for you.”

RNZYS CEO Hayden Porter said he was proud to have PIC Insurance Brokers sign on with the RNZYS for the next three years.

“PIC Insurance Brokers are a fantastic kiwi owned business and we couldn’t be happier to have them join the RNZYS in such a big way.

“I encourage all of our members to get behind them and talk to them directly about any marine insurance needs that you may have. The team at PIC Insurance Brokers are really keen to strongly support our club and our members and I think this is going to be a great fit.”



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