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Old 06-14-2002, 10:06 AM
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Does this sound resonable?

25 Daytona

$2500 Deductible
$500,000 Liability

$1800 yr


I thought this was decent unless anyone can refer me elsewhere.

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Old 06-14-2002, 11:10 AM
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I would give PMA a shot.
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OUCH

$500 DED
300,000 LIAB

870 A YEAR

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AGREED VALUE 121,000=BOAT AND 7500 FOR THE TRAILER
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Old 06-14-2002, 07:59 PM
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That is a good rate. Stay away from State Farm, they cancelled the insurance policy on my 26' DCB cat after 3 months. It took them that long to figure out it was a cat, and then sent me a nice cancellation notice in the mail (this was long after I sent them pictures of the boat).

BTW: where did you get that quote from? The best I could find was $2500.00
 
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State Farm, they cancelled the insurance policy on my 26' DCB cat after 3 months.

Have had my insurance with them for over over 3 years now
no problems
they have over a dozen pics of my boat inside, outside, underneath, transom, the works.
BTW, my agent has even ridden in my boat upto 75mph
Not sure but amybe since I have only had one car accident, no tickets and only one boat claim that was no fault of mine in the last 13 years maybe they like me
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Old 06-15-2002, 01:41 PM
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Thanks for the responses.

I have tried all of the local insurance company's. They claim anything over 50 mph is uninsureable. I am surprised at the cheap quotes. Are v's that much less expensive to insure?
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Thanks for the responses.

Are v's that much less expensive to insure?


mine is a CAT

28 Advantage Sportcat

Only 'V' I have is my girlfriends
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Any rate you get on a "CAT" is a good rate
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