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  1. #1
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    Jan 2004
    Jacksonville FL

    Insurance older boat (yes again)

    Will anyone insure a 1987 357 formula without a survey.. I already own the boat and dont see the need to pay 600+ for a survey just to satisfy the insurance company, tho i understand why they need it, i'd just rather have 600 dollars of gas money

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    Sep 2002

    Re: Insurance older boat (yes again)

    Do have any surveys for your vessel? They should accept survey if it was within the last 3 years. Some insurance requires survey every 3 years. It suck's but you can usually work with the surveyor to get the value you want within reason.
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