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Re: New WA state insurance law??

Originally Posted by boatpoker View Post
Between Duluth MN and Florida I have never been in a marina that did not require liability insurance.
We must provide proof of insurance for our full time moorage... but don't recall ever being asked for this for transient moorage. And like Ray (erps) we must provide it for haulouts..

Odd that a statement like this was made so casually, it's got a few in BC wondering what the deal really is.. I'm sure most of us carry at least a million in 3rd party coverage, probably more.. is that an 'enormous amount'?.. not to me.

Odd, too, though,.. that Anacortes would turn away transient moorage during the slow February period without cause...

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