View Poll Results: What is your annual insurance premium?
$0-$400
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8.75%
$401-$750
41
25.63%
$751-$1000
25
15.63%
$1001-$1500
25
15.63%
$1501-$2000
22
13.75%
$2001-$3000
16
10.00%
$3001 or more
17
10.63%
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Old 12-08-2002, 10:41 PM
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What are the average amounts of boat insurance are over the board?
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Old 12-08-2002, 11:12 PM
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i pay $380 a year for the 24 mirage and $960 a year for the 26 scorpion. both through boat US. been pretty happy with the service and the policies from them so far.
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Too MUCH
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Old 12-08-2002, 11:30 PM
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I'll bet!!!! and here I cry about my $250 a month..
 
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I have a batboat, 650 HP, 100+ mph, picture looks like a race boat (well it is after all) and nobody will insure it, but if they would they would charge $3500 and then cancel me when the main office sees the picture. This includes Dollar, PMA, whoever that advertises on OSO or Powerboat, Hotboat etc.

Another OSO member mentioned ANPAC and they cover me for $791. American National Insurance Company

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Tom, I guess they havent ever seen actually how safe and stable those boats are.
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MARK... YOUR AVATAR IS BADAZZ!!!!!!!!!
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Thanks man, and the actual cat is coming by spring..........And since we are talking about it, i guess i shall prepare for the insurance bill
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Old 12-09-2002, 07:53 AM
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I've been looking at insurance for cats. It seems 100+ mph makes them nervous. Either they say no or just start throwing $$$ signs at you. A 110 mph 3100 AO was going to cost me $3000.00 a year. They also told me that if I lied about the boats top speed or made modifications that made more speed they wouldn't pay if there was a claim.

I wonder how many claims boaters per year make and how many are from performance boaters.
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$650 per year from Allstate.
Never have had a claim in 18 years so I have no idea if they are worth it or not. Being honest (within reason) about HP and speed is a good idea.


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