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Old 09-04-2008, 01:05 PM
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Triples hurts the NorTech badly.


exactly . . . . you cant give away a triple right now.
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That being said, There is a much greater population that could pay cash for a $65,000.00 cat and just purchase liability insurance.

I plan to own a cat at some point and I plan to pay cash. I don't plan to pay exhorbitant full coverage insurance.
I would not risk 65k trying to save 1k a year.
My 30 spectre is $1090 a year, and the insurance co. knows it runs 100.
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That's assuming you can buy insurance at all. The cat ownership club is pretty much closed to new members these days.
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That's assuming you can buy insurance at all. The cat ownership club is pretty much closed to new members these days.
Yep. I've been quoted $2900+ for a 26 ft cat with an HO.

An older, bigger, fast cat would be un-insurable for so many reasons to someone without cat experience.
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Old 09-04-2008, 02:08 PM
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all you have to do is take a driving class and they will write you cat ins buy the triple nortech he wants my 30 skater
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What is wrong w/ this rig?
http://www.offshoreonlyclassifieds.c...o25559-en.html
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I would not risk 65k trying to save 1k a year.
My 30 spectre is $1090 a year, and the insurance co. knows it runs 100.
If the difference were only 1K a year, I would have full coverage. My experience is that is is much more than that.
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By far the cheapest 32 I have ever seen.
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Whoa. Now that is interesting. Anyone know the story?
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I would not risk 65k trying to save 1k a year.
My 30 spectre is $1090 a year, and the insurance co. knows it runs 100.

Damn do they know its a boat, who is your agent, i just recieved a quote on a 36 spectre for 5800 a year.
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