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07-17-2008 06:12 PM
sailingdog Mike-

It depends a lot on what kind of coverage you're looking for. Yacht type agreed value policies are usually more expensive than boat type actual cash value policies. Medical coverage, salvage and enviromental remediation coverage and such will generally increase your costs. The area of sailing and months of active sailing also matter.
07-17-2008 06:03 PM
What is a reasonable cost of boat insurance. (C&C35)

What is a reasonable annual cost for boat insurance? The use is summer sailing and then storage for a 1973 C&C 35-1.

The boat may be worth about $30,000.

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