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Liability only insurance Cheap

I use to have liability only insurance in California for $100 year with Progressive.
I am now in St. Petes Florida and can,t find anything less than $500.
I just want insurance to satisfy marinas slip agreements.
Have 1995 Beneteau 44cc paid for.
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I bought a policy with State Farm about 6 months ago. I'm in Florida too. The coverage is $300,000/$5000 (liability/medical) and the premium is $117 a year. My marina does not require insurance but I bought it anyway since my 1974 Pearson is docked next to some really expensive yachts (both power and sail). Plus the coverage would kick in for mishaps underway.

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Thanks for response, do you have your home & auto ins with state farm?Just wondering if I could get this ins from Stat Farm without swithching my home & auto. Thanks
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Mine is about the same as JS's,, I have AAA. Added to my home owners it's about 120 per year.

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