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Old 08-15-2002, 12:46 PM
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Does anyone have a policy with them? Anyone had to file a claim?

Just trying to find some things out about this company. Good, bad, or ugly?
 
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I had a policy with them for several years. I never made a claim. Great rates on single and twin engine boats. Their tripple engine rates are astronomical.

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Old 08-15-2002, 04:23 PM
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I too have had them, super good rates. 2001 single502, 70mph was less than $500. I havent ever made a claim either.
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Same here, good rates, have not filed a claim.
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I think the problem with all insurances in our area ( I line in Houston As well) is that we line in Harris County and that they assume that we will be boating on salt Water. I have a 95 32' Fountain and I paid $2429 for the year. I got quotes from everyone. Sellted with Progressive.
 
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If so, it was (and has been) a nightmare for one of my co-workers,boat sunk and they haven't paid anything in over 2 years.
 
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Old 08-15-2002, 06:23 PM
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Address is

National Marine Underwriters, Inc.
410 Severn Ave, Suite 207
Annapolis, MD 21403


So I don't think it's the same.


Fountainhead, when I talked to progressive they wouldn't quote anything with thru-transom exhaust. How'd you get around that?
 
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Old 08-15-2002, 06:28 PM
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Got the Insurance through Elton Porter, talk with Dennis
 
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I got my insurance through Elton Porter. The guys name is Dennis
 
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Old 08-15-2002, 07:00 PM
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I think the problem with all insurances in our area ( I line in Houston As well) is that we line in Harris County and that they assume that we will be boating on salt Water. I have a 95 32' Fountain and I paid $2429 for the year. I got quotes from everyone. Sellted with Progressive.
Fountainhead - Have you talked to Sy Goldberg? My Fountain's a 1996 29 Fever and he wrote me a stellar policy for way less than that. (And yes, I have Galveston Bay, Intracoastal and limited Gulf navigation limits. Year round.)
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