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Insurance

I know. It doesn't get more exciting than THAT.

have an '80 Catalina 30, and progressive just raised rates in CA 40%.

Thus, I'm thinking, it's time to change. Who's got a recco for good insurance?
(more than liability, also collision)

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Well, if you have a way to get in (military affiliation or some kind of relation to someone with an account), USAA is the best I know of for all things related to banking and insurance.

I pay $60 per year for $6000 of collision/comprehensive and $100,000 liability in WA.
 
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Well, if you have a way to get in (military affiliation or some kind of relation to someone with an account), USAA is the best I know of for all things related to banking and insurance.

I pay $60 per year for $6000 of collision/comprehensive and $100,000 liability in WA.
No way! I'm in WA and I pay $350 a year for the same coverage on the same size boat! I think I better enlist
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Yeah, I know. USAA rocks, but I can't use it. Any other suggestions?
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