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Old 03-15-2006, 08:07 PM
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copy and pasted from their website, doesn't leave too many boats around here they can insure....

The following cannot be insured with your Progressive Direct boat policy:

Boats over 50 feet in length and/or with values over $250,000
PWC valued over $27,000
Boats with max speed exceeding 75 mph
Bass boats with max speed exceeding 90 mph
Boats with engine horsepower greater than 500 for a single engine or 1,000 for twin engines
Boats equipped with over-the-transom exhaust or exposed inboard engine(s)
Boats with more than two motors (other than trolling motors or “kicker” motors)
Wood, steel, ferro cement or performance catamarans/tunnel hulls
Boats that do not meet published U.S. Coast Guard standards
Boats principally docked/moored/stored in Massachusetts, New Jersey, District of Columbia, Canada, Mexico or Puerto Rico. Principally docked/moored/stored is defined as at least 6 months in a given state or location.
Boats used as a primary residence (“Live Aboards”)
Boats used for any business or commercial purpose, including, but not limited, to: pickup or delivery of goods, limousine or taxi service, emergency services, food concessions or commercial fishing (including netting and trapping)
Boats used for racing or speed tests (except sailboats)
All amphibious land boats, hovercraft or airboats
Foot pedal/paddle, steam, glass bottom and ice boats (sailboats)
Homemade boats with Physical Damage coverage
Homemade boats without a serial number
Houseboats that do not have motors
Boats leased or rented to others by the insured
Any boat on consignment
Boats with more than two owners
You forgot boats that older than 15 years. I had my Bullet insured through Progressive with Bob Lluellan. I got my Top Gun surveyed today and will be calling him this week to get a policy on it.
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Call Bob Luellen I have a policy through him at progressive on a 35 fountain.
Ditto...
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Old 03-15-2006, 08:09 PM
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You forgot boats that older than 15 years. I had my Bullet insured through Progressive with Bob Lluellan. I got my Top Gun surveyed today and will be calling him this week to get a policy on it.
i forgot to the last item.....

Any powerboat with JC Performance engines.


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i forgot to the last item.....

Any powerboat with JC Performance engines.




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Will they insure boaters with no boat?
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I just insured my hydrostream with them that goes over 100. when they asked top speed, I told them I didn't know it was brand new and they were fine with that answer
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I have Progressive on my 96 35' Lightning and it's less than $1000 a year.
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Old 03-15-2006, 08:38 PM
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Call Bob Luellen I have a policy through him at progressive on a 35 fountain.
Same with me on a 36 Baja. Actually our premium went down this year.
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Boats that float
Boats that might sink if flooded
Boats that are used in the water
Boats used for recreation
Boats used for business
Any boat within 1000 miles of a Hurricane zone
Boats to be stored at Trailer parks (tornados)
Boats with pointy noses
Boats with square noses
Any boat that has a steering wheel
Any boat or vessel that will carry people and/or medium level mammalian life forms (Ferrets exempted)
Any boat with chines
Any boat that requires gasonline or diesel to propel itself
Any boat made in Deleware
Any boat used in Deleware
Any boat or vessel primarily used on Sat, Sun, and every Thurs. after a New Zealand banking holiday.
Any boat called "a boat"

But we will insure any uneducated doofus who never seen water, is cross eyed, did time, is inbred, blind, deaf, mute, pregnant, not pregnant, man, woman, eunich, hermaphrodite, all of the above, none of the above, undecided (marylin manson) and any mammal with an IQ of at least 12 on this cool new 70 mph PWC even though they cause most of the water borne accidents. Thank you for shopping with Progressive
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I have Progressive on my 96 35' Lightning and it's less than $1000 a year.
Wow thats great. What motors do you have??
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