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1 hour ago, WHStoneman said:

Being 70, catastrophic emergency medical care would be my ONLY concern.  I am in perfect health, but you get to a point in your life where these things are of concern.    

Understood. I guess I was a bit confused based on the title of this thread that you had a concern that you needed travel insurance specifically for travelling to Cuba.

I'm going to tag @Christie because she mentioned a medical-only travel insurance option that I was not aware of (instead of travel insurance that covers medical and travel delays/cancellations).

FWIW, I personally use Allianz for my travel insurance.  About to put my first claim in with them, so it remains to be seen how good their service is.

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On 11/28/2018 at 6:55 AM, WHStoneman said:

Being 70, catastrophic emergency medical care would be my ONLY concern.  I am in perfect health, but you get to a point in your life where these things are of concern.    

I have used Allianz, RoamRight and TravelGuard for everything from cruises to land vacations. I had a medical claim with RoamRight last June, and it went very smoothly. The key is to read and understand the coverage. I may try what AAA offers on a future cruise.

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