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|05-14-2010 04:54 PM|
|carl762||Done. I upgraded my towing to unlimited today.|
|03-17-2010 12:16 PM|
|carl762||Thank you Sailingdog. Appreciate it. Think I'll get a Seatow Gold Card. They have a local office, too. Great!!!! Thanks again.|
|03-16-2010 07:44 PM|
Originally Posted by carl762 View Post
|03-16-2010 07:31 PM|
|mackconsult||Both of my boats are under 20 ft, so they fall under USAA home owner policy .|
|03-16-2010 07:06 PM|
|carl762||I was shocked when my insurance guy gave me the quote for insurance on my boat. It's cheap. I'd like to supplement it with some kind of towing insurance, as that's an expense that could kill my new hobby.|
|03-14-2010 12:50 AM|
Originally Posted by dreamsofsailing View Post
|03-12-2010 06:08 PM|
|mackconsult||If you have to get an answer to that question then yes you need insurance. No licenses are needed to sail, but endorsements are encouraged seeing as I have crossed tacks with to many novices in my time.|
|03-12-2010 05:35 PM|
If something happens and you injure somebody or somebody's boat with your 25 footer, you'll be sorry that you didn't have insurance. It's really not that bad, money-wise at least in this part of the country.
Any marina will require insurance. License requirements vary by state. Here, a boating card is required for people with boats powered by a motor at 10 hp.
My boat's motor is 9.9, but I'm going to get the boaters card anyway.
|03-12-2010 11:14 AM|
|03-12-2010 12:36 AM|
[QUOTE=Stillraining;579679]Hey dude...Just to let you kindly know you really should just pick one place to post each question...not two or more.
Welcom to Sailnet
yeah sorry , this is a rare opportunity for me to use the internet,,, just trying to get answers (thanks, it realy helps) i only get online a few times a year if that
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