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Found this helpful bit about boat insurance.

http://www.geocities.com/bill_dietri...Insurance.html


Checked out progressive just to see what they charge. I read the details for each section of coverage and it looks like you need more than liability to have them cover wreckage removal. It's only covered under the "collision". Still, it only ended up being a few hundred bucks with the most liability I could get and a good amount of comprehensive stuff. What a relief. I guess it pays to have a boat that's not worth a whole lot?

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Just chiming in to say our marina requires insurance as well: it's only about $200 a year.
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Always find it neat people assume that if you sue someone they will pay. No insurance no assets = no lawyers will take a case against you
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true how true, of course not having insurance will also insure limited docking options.
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Not sure where you are but in Canada insurance companies require surveys every few years if the boat is over 10 yrs old. I had a 26 ft boat and the survey cost about $500. Nothing is free.
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Not sure where you are but in Canada insurance companies require surveys every few years if the boat is over 10 yrs old. I had a 26 ft boat and the survey cost about $500. Nothing is free.
Thats because most surveyors jobs are closely related to the worlds oldest profession
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