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|05-09-2007 02:53 PM|
|05-09-2007 01:31 PM|
What type of business are your planning? You mention chartering and rental in your last post. By chartering, do you mean a captained charter or bareboat? Big difference in risk, reward, and liability.
As far as the $35 an hour for a captained charter that is competitive. Most of the charter companies will put a captain on the boat for $150-$250 a day. Dependent on where and when obviously.
Good luck. Most charter companies are financially viable because they manage and maintain other peoples boats. Limits the investment.
|05-09-2007 12:12 PM|
Thanks for the information on companies to try!
I'm offering pay of $35 an hour which I think is pretty reasonable for a charter captain. If anyone in the Georgia/Florida boarder area is interested let me know.
Does anyone know where to find out information on pulling up on beaches for national and stage parks in Florida & Georgia?
Last question, I have an option on a 1977 Catalina 27' "Dinette Version" as a second boat. With a jib traveler and some TLC would this be a good boat for charters or rental?
St. Mary's GA Cruising
|05-09-2007 10:57 AM|
Try Markel American. I have a boat in a charter fleet and the policy through the fleet is with them. I have been very pleased with their response.
|05-08-2007 07:33 PM|
|sailingdog||do you have a USCG licensed captain??? you're gonna need one. If you need business insurance, try giving hartge INsurance a call in annapolis. They can probably find something for you. A lot of insurance companies have problems with insuring boats that old for commercial use. YMMV.|
|05-08-2007 07:25 PM|
|Freesail99||Ever thing of calling a few charter companies and ask who insures them ?|
|05-08-2007 06:59 PM|
I have searched the message boards for this and not been able to find an answer.
What companies will insure a boat older then 20 years for chartering? I have a business plan, research, marketing plan and am just missing information on insurance.