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Boating is a common relaxing pastime among aqua-enthusiasts. Despite the prevalence of safety features on most boats, accidents still occur frequently. An accident involving your boat may entitle you to an insurance settlement and/or result in higher insurance premiums. READ MORE >>

Having insurance is vital for anyone who wants to protect their financial assets. Unfortunately, several people believe that their homeowner’s insurance will cover their boating activities, and many with this belief find out they’re wrong the hard way. READ MORE >>

The term Inland Marine Insurance might mistakenly invoke thoughts that it applies only to boats that are being used on a land-locked  body of water like a major lake or river system. That sounds about right, as it was the original reason for its development, but it covers far more than  that now. READ MORE >>

While most pilots and aircraft crews are vigilant to ensure no insurable incidents befall passengers or non-passengers on the ground, accidents can still occur. These accidents are the very reason why liability insurance is so important for anyone owning an aircraft. READ MORE >>

Your recreational vehicle is more than just an automobile—it’s a home on wheels that your family can use for vacations, educational travel, and to see the U.S. on your own terms, your own schedule, and your own way. But just like an RV offers unique traveling opportunities, it also offers a unique dilemma when it comes to insurance. READ MORE >>

Boat owners know the freedom that floating in a boat in a body of water offers. Whether you float in an inland lake or the wide open ocean, it feels as though your choices, future and possibilities are endless. This freedom does not mean, however, that you can go without boat insurance. READ MORE >>

According to information provided in a report by the U.S. Coast Guard, in 2009 there were 4,730 boating accidents which resulted in $36 million in damages to property. Accidents went down 1.2 percent from what they were in 2008, but there were still plenty of accidents to make the boating communi... READ MORE >>

Your homeowners coverage has a broad reach and can extend into covering your watercraft in certain situations. This should not, however, be confused with the more specific coverages offered by a separate, watercraft insurance policy. READ MORE >>

Origins of formal marine insurance Maritime insurance was the earliest well-developed kind of insurance, with origins in the Greek and Roman maritime loan. Separate marine insurance contracts were developed in Genoa and other Italian cities in the fourteenth century and spread to northern Europe. READ MORE >>

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