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Re: Boat burns in Grenada!!!!!

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Let all without hull insurance take note.
if you can get it. I went to get a quote today. My insurance company won't cover more than "liability" because the boat sits in a marina and not on a trailer. They won't do full insurance on anything in a hurricane flood area.

Guess I am shopping for new insurance now
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Re: Boat burns in Grenada!!!!!

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if you can get it. I went to get a quote today. My insurance company won't cover more than "liability" because the boat sits in a marina and not on a trailer. They won't do full insurance on anything in a hurricane flood area.

Guess I am shopping for new insurance now
I'm trying to think of an East Coast marina that wouldn't be in a hurricane flood area.

In all likelihood, your insurance company took a serious loss on Sandy and is limiting or potentially exiting the business. There are often those that fill the void. Shop around.

Keep in mind that insurance is regulated by State. Your experience with a carrier in your state could be entirely different from the same carrier in another.
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