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Have you called a couple other insurance companies. I don't know what coverage your going for but progressive covered me for liability on a 1967 fiberglass boat with no survey. This was for less then another company wanted and they required a survey. So it was an easy choice. I'd still try to get the engine going and the prop spinning before haul out.
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I'll try a couple different insurance companies then, maybe I just didn't call enough.

It's for the yard in King Harbor. I figured that just like everything else, it's more expensive in socal. =) Thanks again for the advice! I'll let you know what ends up happening
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If you are doing a survey then you probably want at least a short haul (meaning they lift it out for the survey then put it right back). One of the most important parts of the survey is hull integrity. I guess if you already own the boat then its less important, but if you're paying for the survey then its worth doing.

I would consider doing a short haul for the survey and then worrying about the bottom paint after you haul out for the winter.

When I insured with progressive they asked if I had a survey done and I answered that I did, but I now wonder what they would have said if I had said I did not. They never asked me to send a copy of the survey.

To answer your question, those fees sound outrageous to me. I'm at a marina with a reputation for nickel and dimeing people, but they would never do anything like what you were reporting. I'm in Rhode Island.
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Thanks again for all the replies everyone. After talking to some guys on the dock, it turns out the yard in our marina is really expensive. I wound up calling progressive and they can insure the boat without a survey, but it does cost more per month. The plus side is that once we get the survey done, we can cancel that plan (we'll get a refund for the unused portion) and get a much cheaper plan with the survey.

So the now the plan is get the engine working and take it down to wilmington/san pedro towards the end of the season and have it hauled out there where it's much cheaper.
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The $75/day would make me run. If there are ANY blisters

and you have to wait for the hull to dry, they will own the boat!

$50 to bring paint?

A fee for haz waste you won't generate? (DIYs are exempt by fed law, you'll save the old paint, and the brushes aren't haz after they dry. Copper is not on the haz list). At $200+ per gallon, you won't waste much.

The Inorganics or Metals
Arsenic, Barium, Cadmium, Chromium, Lead, Mercury, Selenium, Silver

Get another marina. They're working you.
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there is a yard near me right now offer 8.50 a foot for haul, power wash, blocking, 7 days on the stands and the relaunch.

so for my 27 footer it would be 230 or so for a week on the hard all inclusive
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there is a yard near me right now offer 8.50 a foot for haul, power wash, blocking, 7 days on the stands and the relaunch.

so for my 27 footer it would be 230 or so for a week on the hard all inclusive
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this is a cut and paste from their craigslist add

Boats hauled out and blocked $8.50 per foot.

Includes pressure washing, stands and blocking and FREE 7 day land storage and launch.

Discount bottom painting or do it yourself yard. Best prices on Bottom paint.

Located at the entrance to the Patapsco River - Close to North Point, Magothy, Bodkin and Rock Creek.

Sailboat boat and Powerboat Service yard - 410-477-1488


i did a google search on the number and it was

Old Bay Marina, Inc.
7200 Bay Front Rd
Baltimore, MD 21219
Tel: 410-477-1488
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I just paid $10 a foot for the haul out and block at a DIY yard on the Cheaspeake. Great folks! It's located at Kent Narrows and the yard is Harrisons. 410-827-7800
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Dangerdrew,

I don't know if you have come to a decision on insurance yet. When we got our boat 39' the best rate we could find was thru Nationwide's affiliate for yachts, Allied. They beat everyone else by hundreds, they never asked for my survey. Might be worth checking out.

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