The Boat Owners: Selecting Insurance guide provides a table of around 60 questions to pick and choose from when comparing and contrasting one insurance provider against the other. With marine insurance, if you don’t specifically research what is and isn’t covered you’ll end up with some potentially big surprises (and bills too boot).
The objectives of the Boat Owners: Selecting Insurance guide are to…
- know what questions to ask when looking into marine insurance
- compare and contrast different insurance providers so to choose a policy that best fits your budget and requirements
Here are some of the questions listed within the Boat Owners: Selecting Insurance guide
- Does the policy have cancellation and/or administration fees? (Many insurance companies do not want boaters to take out insurance for just a short boating season)
- What is covered under ‘boat equipment’. A list of 14 items are included…
- What is not covered or excluded by the policy? A list of 17 typical exclusions are included…
- What are the navigational waters limitations? Where can and can you not sail? For example, our insurance provider required us to be above 30 North during the hurricane season when we were in the Caribbean. We also were not covered to go into Turkish waters under our policy. Plus 55+ more questions to ask
Consider the insurance ‘costs’ you don’t know about and then consider the cost of this guide.
Which one would you rather pay for?
As with all my guides if you don’t find that the information provided in Boat Owners: Selecting Insurance valuable, I will happily refund your money. No questions asked.
Total pages: 7 US Letter pages. Includes a table of various items to compare and contrast.