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Insurance For Blue Water Cruising

I have been told to get Insurance on my boat and also Health Insurance for my wife and I before we take off.
Does anybody have any suggestions. Would third party Insurance only for the boat be a good idea, ie incase I rub up against a shiny boat in a secluded anchorage.

Thanks for the help
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Talk to Al Golden.
Al Golden [Al@IMIScorp.net]

He is an insurance agent and past long-distance cruiser with a good reputation.
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The latest issue of Crusing World magazine has an excellent article about health insurance for cruisers. It is very detailed.
Good luck.
Mark L.
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Hi there; be advised that al golden and most offshore ins. cos. do not insure older (20 year old) boats, try National Marine Underwriters in Annapolis.
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He had no problem insuring my 1981 boat...
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Even though Silmaril is over 20 years old, I was able to get insurance through North American Underwiters in CT. They did require a recent comprehensive survey from a licenced marine surveyor before the policy was issued.
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