Prior insurance – 15% if no lapse in coverage, 10% if less than a 30-day lapse
Loss free renewal – 5% on first renewal, 10% on successive years
Experience – We will adjust the rate to reflect your boating experience.
Diesel fuel engine – 5%
Crafts of this size and value are best protected with physical damage protection for the hull, comprehensive coverage for other kinds of damage or loss, plus liability coverage. Where appropriate, a liability only policy can be written.
Personal effects and fishing gear – Up to $10,000 in coverage for personal effects and fishing gear.
Emergency assistance – Up to $2,500 to reimburse emergency assistance and towing, and up to $10,000 for search and rescue.
Travel loss reimbursement – Up to $1,000 per day ($10,000 per term max.) plus lodging and transportation.
Under or uninsured watercraft – If you have an accident with someone with little or no insurance, we keep you covered.
Using other watercraft – Your liability protection extends to the use or rental of another boat.
Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act – The act requires that you pay for any medical expenses if a part-time captain or crew member employed by you is injured while working on, servicing, or supplying your vessel. This policy provision meets your legal obligations.
Extended replacement cost for parts – For a partial loss, depreciation is not factored into a settlement for parts less than 10 years of age.
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