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Joined: 08/26/2002
Posts: 80
 posted 05/26/2003 01:12 PM  

Just like to know who you guys use/suggest? Any one company or broker better than the other?
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Joined: 12/28/2000
Posts: 71023
Location: Pt. Judith
 posted 05/26/2003 04:30 PM  

Al Mott in Huntington. I switched over to him about 8 years ago and never looked back. Resaonable prices and great covereage. He specializes ib boat insurance.


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Joined: 07/02/2002
Posts: 256
Location: Hempstead Harbor, Bar Beach Ramp
 posted 05/26/2003 04:35 PM  

shop around, starting with your own companys you use for house or car. shop around

Joined: 04/06/2003
Posts: 326
Location: Lynbrook
 posted 05/26/2003 09:15 PM  

I use boat US for insurance and towinsurance.

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Capt Tom

Joined: 10/05/2000
Posts: 269
 posted 05/27/2003 12:35 PM  

While shopping around, check out Frank Bradford agency in Freeport and get a quote. Let us know how you make out.
Capt Tom

Joined: 10/22/2002
Posts: 379
 posted 05/28/2003 08:56 PM  

islandwide...somewhere on long island! commercial insurance. discounts if you hold a masters license.

Joined: 04/17/2002
Posts: 752
Location: mass. cove
 posted 05/28/2003 10:13 PM  

have a 24ft boat ins. cost me [email protected] coverage is $11,000 for boat and eqiutment.300/500liability. last year i wipped out and the took care of everything .I was happy .dont know if i overpay never checked around

Joined: 08/10/2000
Posts: 895
 posted 05/29/2003 08:28 AM  

I'd also suggest calling the Frank Bradford agency where I have been purchasing my boat insurance for years.

Joined: 04/16/2002
Posts: 68
Location: Bayport
 posted 05/29/2003 11:33 AM  

Boat Ins.

Is it mandatory for some boats to carry insurance? If so which ones?

Joined: 08/10/2000
Posts: 895
 posted 05/30/2003 08:38 AM  

If you are a recreational boater there aren't any regulations requiring insurance. That being said it is a good idea to have insurance. Your boat could get stolen or you could have an accident and get sued. Either could set you back lots of money.

If you finance the boat the loan company will require that you have insurance. They do it not for your sake, but to make sure that if someone steals your boat that they get their money paid back.
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