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I'd point out that the maximum environmental remediation fine for an oil spill, as might happen if your boat capsizes, is knocked down or sinks, is $800,000, and if you get the Windsor-Mount Joy policy, you could be on the hook for as much as HALF A MILLION DOLLARS.

If you reduce the geographic area of coverage, your policy price should go down. I'd also recommend you check with Chubb and Ace Recreational Marine. If you don't have a good insurance agent, you might want to try Christine Hartge, who is very good, out of eastport. Hartge Insurance Associates - We Specialize In Your Unique Insurance Needs is the website.
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