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Your boat is one of your prized assets. It's also a valuable one. To protect it, you need a comprehensive boat insurance policy that helps cover losses if your vessel is damaged in a boating accident, among other instances of related financial assistance. Buying boat insurance is a great way to protect your investment. READ MORE >>

Sailboat insurance isn't something you would overlook having, but do you know the details of your plan? Reading through your policy is essential since it provides you with a better understanding of what amount of coverage is actually available to you. One key area to consider is whether or not you have agreed value or market value coverage. READ MORE >>

When purchasing boat insurance, especially for the first time, there are various things to take into consideration. In most cases, these policies need to do more than cover your property while in the water. And most boat investments are fairly significant, making the right type and amount of coverage necessary in every situation. READ MORE >>

Coverage for Fuel Spill Liability is featured on certain polices. In addition to a policy's standard liability coverage, an additional $854,400 is available in fuel spill liability. This extra liability protects your clients from claims for cleanup or 3rd party damage due to the accidental discharge of oil or fuel that can occur in a sinking, fire, collision, grounding, etc. READ MORE >>

Update for the 2015 Hurricane Season  It's the funny thing about hurricane season... it kicks off on the first of June and by this time of the summer most people have all but forgotten those dire warnings and detailed preparation advice. READ MORE >>

Boat owners face many of the same risks as car owners. Like auto insurance, boat insurance can provide coverage for you, your boat and the liability you may face for bodily injury and property damage to others. In a standard boat insurance policy, incidents and accidents are covered while your boat is in the water, as well as when it’s on dry land. READ MORE >>

Operating a boat takes focus and something else you may take for granted: visibility. When fog rolls in, the risk for an accident increases since your visibility is limited. If several boats are in the same area and you can only see a few feet ahead, there’s a higher chance of crashing into another vessel on the water. READ MORE >>

With the start of boating season, now is a good time to remind your clients about the dangers of carbon monoxide produced by their vessels, along with the steps they can take to protect all onboard from serious, life-threatening medical condition.  READ MORE >>

Sailing on a lake or the ocean is a thrilling experience; but with owning a boat comes responsibility. As the captain, it is your job to enforce safety regulations, such as everyone must wear a life jacket. But as the owner, it is your responsibility to protect your boat against risk and liability. READ MORE >>

The 2015 hurricane season may have officially kicked off on June 1st, but we've already had our first tropical storm. Ana blew ashore at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on May 10th the second earliest tropical storm to make landfall in history. READ MORE >>

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