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Insurance for my boat

Hello everybody!!

I need your help.
I bought a vesell in florida and I am planing to sail down to central america.

I am looking for an insurance for my boat.
Could you recomend me any company?

By the way, I am not american. It makes any difference?

The vesell has gibraltar's flag


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Are you single handing the boat down to central america? If so, then Lloyd's is probably the only company that will insure you. If not, try IMIS, as they sell a policy that will insure a couple going bluewater.


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You might try Remington, Winchester or Mossberg!!
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