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Insurance in the Caribbean?

I'm heading south for the winter. I currently have Boat US insurance on my boat. They told me they don't insure boats in the Caribbean. Can any recommend a good insurance company that will insure my boat in the Caribbean? Thanks Jeff
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ditto, IMIS. I too will be on jackline (from Markel through IMIS) this winter in the Caribe. IMIS is a broker and so can tell you the pros and cons of all of the different companies out there. they dont have a preference for any particular one since they deal with all of them.
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