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With the year coming to an end it's a great time to revisit some of Seaworthy's unique features. Below is the 2nd edition of our holiday policy provisions. Please share these with your clients for a great holiday season.  1. Make sure the flybridge is clear, reindeer have a tough time landing on such a small "roof". READ MORE >>

Water is an amazing force. It's a beautiful and powerful thing in nature, but when it's in your home, the damage it can do is unbelievable. When there's water where it doesn't belong, it can ruin floors, walls and your belongings. If you'd like to avoid an unexpected flood in your house, check out your washing machine and hot water heater. READ MORE >>

While many boaters in colder parts of the country have winterized their boats or put them into storage until spring, many will still be using them for holiday parades or late season fishing. Unfortunately, the risk of a deadly accident is increased with cold weather. READ MORE >>

Most RV owners purchase RV insurance to protect their investments, but at the same time, they hope to not have to use it. So, why not take some preventive steps to reduce the chances of damages that would lead to filing a claim? Here's how. Look under your RV once a month to check for leaks. READ MORE >>

Did You Know? Casey Insurance Group provides policies with Coverage A Hull & Equipment coverage provide full Salvage Coverage to pay the reasonable cost to salvage the insured boat. Unlike many other policies, this coverage is provided "in addition" to the amount available to be paid for the damage to the boat/yacht. READ MORE >>

Do you enjoy taking your RV for camping trips in the fall to relax in the cooler weather? The milder temperatures are a common draw, but don’t lose sight of the inherent risks of camping. This article offers tips for safe camping so you don’t have to worry about many of the common camping hazards. READ MORE >>

Whether you're setting sail for the weekend or just the afternoon, there are several items that you should keep on board for your own protection. The following list includes just the basics, but you never know when these simple items can come in handy, or even save your life. READ MORE >>

Cooking on the water is just another piece of the boating adventure. Whether you have a grill or a galley on your boat, there are some tips to keep in mind during meal preparation. Either way, it's important to remember that foods like meat and cheese need to be chilled and should not be kept out for longer than an hour. READ MORE >>

Hundreds of boat fires ignite each year, causing panic among passengers due to the vigorous burning of fiberglass, exploding fuel tanks and other outcomes of such an event. Let’s take a look at what commonly causes boat fires and how to prevent them. Fueling, Fuel Tanks and Fuel Lines READ MORE >>

Summer is here, which means it’s time to get back on the water. With the current price of fuel, you may be looking at saving on other expenses so you can afford boating this summer. One option is to look into reducing your boat insurance rate. Here are four ideas to explore. READ MORE >>

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