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Old 01-29-2010, 11:10 AM
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Old 01-29-2010, 11:29 AM
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He states that he's passing on the cat and moving on to a Baja and still having problems. Easiest bet in MI is progressive but keep in mind they have gotten horrible reviews when it comes time to pay a claim.

Most places have a 50 or 60mph limit as well. My phantom only goes 60

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Old 01-29-2010, 11:34 AM
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alright called 7 different places to issure the catamaran i was looking at... it was a no go



now im looking at a baja 29 outlaw 454 s twin

aaa said no
state farm said no

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That is strange, state farm insures my 32 fountain with twin 502's. I would think a 29 V with 454s would not be hard to insure.

How old are you, what state are you in?

Do you have tickets?

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USAA does my 25 v with twins for $125 a year.. 46 y/o no tickets EVOC certified.
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We tried waksezone but came back as a no go due to 2 speeding tickets... 5 years ago! I have not had one since then but apprantly ins companies look that far back...
Most companies go back 3 yrs when checking your driving record.

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He states that he's passing on the cat and moving on to a Baja and still having problems. Easiest bet in MI is progressive but keep in mind they have gotten horrible reviews when it comes time to pay a claim.

Most places have a 50 or 60mph limit as well. My phantom only goes 60
just like the old L88 corvettes. It goes 60mph...at 3,000 rpm's. I have never been asked what the rev limiter was set at.
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So if you lie to get insurance, then your claim gets denied because you lied, whats the sense of having insurance in the first place??
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That is strange, state farm insures my 32 fountain with twin 502's. I would think a 29 V with 454s would not be hard to insure.

How old are you, what state are you in?

Do you have tickets?

First boat?
Mines with State Farm also. twin 496 HO`s . Thats's who I have always had. Thats seems odd.
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So if you lie to get insurance, then your claim gets denied because you lied, whats the sense of having insurance in the first place??
My insurance company told me as long as the accident was under 55mph it wouldnt matter. That was with a 38 baja
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I have used Progressive and Nationwide on my current boat. Its a 27' Century Ultra II with twin 454's. I believe I paid around $50 with Progressive and about $40 with Nationwide a month. I had 1 claim with Nationwide when I hit a submerged log and messed up a drive. I work on boats so I did my own estimate and had the check in 1 week to cover the damages.
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