View Poll Results: What do you pay for insurance ?
$500 to $1000
200
35.52%
$1000 to $1500
100
17.76%
$1500 to $2000
75
13.32%
$2000 to $2500
55
9.77%
$3000 to $4000
60
10.66%
$4000 and over
73
12.97%
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Old 05-11-2004, 07:15 PM
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$3500 a year on the Gun....

Just got a quote of $6790 a year on a 30' cat with 525's running 115-120.

I guess I will stick with the V for now.
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Old 05-11-2004, 08:54 PM
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$1300 per year, 1994 32 Active Thunder. I have 35 years of boating (and I am 41) I have no claims, $1800 ded. This was thru Sy Goldberg, I forgot to thank him here. This was the cheapest I could find. I was told not to make a claim unless the boat is a wreck. This is for Great Lakes and all inland tributaries. I think it is ok. I had to check this first before I bought, it was a deciding factor, THAT IS A SHAME. I am in the process of taking another boating safety course, the last one was at 14. I hope to save 10% or so, no big deal and the class has like 4 people in it. I have raced sailboats thousands of miles and can handle any seas, visibility or any situation that may arise weather wise. I was the helmsman for the Chicago to Mac race 4 times and the navigator for the Queens Cup race 10 times. I know my $hit on the water and I keep an eagle eye on every angle. You can follow me and I bet I will turn around and look for you every couple of minutes. I have followed some that never even look to the side little lone back. Those are the ones you steer clear of. TOOLS Remember it starts with US, we can make or break our right to boat, we need to stand up and I am not at all afraid to come up to someone on the water and tell them the stupid move they just made, nicely of course, and I tell them how to do it right. Most are OK with it, the others will sneer but I know they don't make the same mistake again. It is not an ego thing, I am only trying to help and keep the water safe.
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Old 05-11-2004, 10:32 PM
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2003 mti 11000.00 ayr
 
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Old 05-12-2004, 12:56 AM
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I pay $600.00 a year, Had a few claims and they where not sure if I had a blower or a turbo charger.
The adjuster kept telling me I had a turbocharger and I told him I had a 7.4 with a blower. So they paided up.
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3000.-40000. :
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Old 05-12-2004, 04:39 AM
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2003 mti 11000.00 ayr
WTF did you misplace a comma????
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Old 05-12-2004, 07:05 AM
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3280.00 for the CAT (2000)
893.00 for the 38 ft 380 Powerquest(2003)

And God forbid you have a claim........it follows you for 5 years and they treat you like a thief. It's like you stealing your money back from the insurance company

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Old 05-12-2004, 07:08 AM
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"WTF did you misplace a comma????"

Sounds about right for a big cat.
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Old 05-12-2004, 07:12 AM
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You forgot one category...

"No insurance, costs too much!"
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Old 05-12-2004, 07:25 AM
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$786.00 a year 33' Concept 2001 (renewal next week )
Chesapeake Bay area...
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