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Hi All!!!!! i have a problem i just received (yesterday) notification from our ins. carrier that as of end Dec. 06 i will be with out ins. as the carrier they use will no longer do bussiness here in the N.E. for boat our size (37') and yr. (79) any longer they will only ins. 30' and under and newer boats. we are with Nat. Marine Underwriters. we have had no claims and always for 2 yrs. that's how long we've had our boat paid on time ect. we would appreciate any info on good carriers and Phone #s if possible. i called Boats U.S. when we bought our boat and they were $500 more than others. help PLEASE!!!!

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Geico has a sister company that helped get my boat insured, and thay have better rates than Boat U.S.
BTW I have a 37' 1980 Irwin sloop
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Try these guys... they represent lots of different companies and treated me great when I did have a major claim. I used them because so many SSCA members recommended them.
http://www.imiscorp.net/onlineservices.htm
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Eleanna Camaraderie thank you for your quik response we a kind of new to boat ins. as we have never had full coverage on a boat we always self ins. other than liab. never had a co. pull out like that quite a suprise. anyway we will check these two out and let you know how we made out
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Try this

Campisano Marine in NJ. Good rates and service.

http://www.campisanomarine.com/
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Boat Insurance

I think there are a number of different options for your boat insurance. I know that I would never use that carrier again especially when you upgrade. the problem with most insurers is that they are beholden to their investors rather than their customers! I use United marine Underwriters and have been very happy with them!
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Oh - don't shop for cheap insurance. get good coverage. Boat U.S. is probably worth the extra 500 bucks.
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Insurance is insurance

Insurance that cost less I am all for. Just read and compare your policy with other insurers. Most insurers use the same format but may differ on things as spill cleanup etc. This can cost you thousands without it added to your policy.
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