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I see you are gaining wisdom with age... Is that for an agreed value yatch policy, or a ACV policy? Also, does State Farm cover salvage and environmental remediation costs? You should double check that they do.

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will do..dog alot of the wisdom has came from this site,I read everyday
been on many a boat and have been a diver for 35 years...One thing about sailing and boats,the learning curve never ends..I like that..and I will check closer into the insurance but no hurricane is getting its paws on my boat..I now have 4 days a week to sail...run away! run away!
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