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13.32%
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9.77%
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10.66%
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Old 05-15-2004, 04:38 PM
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Rocky, paying $600 with Allstate. Called BoatUS for a quote, and correct me if i'm wrong, but they only write up to $100,000 liability. If any of you out there have a personal umbrella policy, you better check your underlying limit requirement section for the minimum limit. Most policies require a minimum of $300,000, so if you're insured with Boat US, and get sued, you'll have a $200,000 gap in coverage. Thats a pretty big deductible.
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Old 05-15-2004, 08:55 PM
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Watch Allstate for top speed you might need to stay uder 70!!! Or at least ot post it if it goes above.
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Old 05-16-2004, 08:25 AM
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My 2001 26ft Donzi is now $2400 NJ, Can't wait till next year!
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Old 05-16-2004, 09:51 AM
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2003 292 Fastech Formula: Erie ins. $100 deductable, one claim on previous boat, $1500/yr.
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GL, as you know that as of today, i cant post that info here
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Old 05-16-2004, 09:15 PM
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$1,800/year in Chesapeake area for 1995 Sonic 35SS. I have a DUI on my record and it's via Progressive (via a local agent)
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$1,800/year in Chesapeake area for 1995 Sonic 35SS. I have a DUI on my record and it's via Progressive (via a local agent)
Put that boat in Janelle's name!!!
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Old 07-06-2004, 11:04 PM
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Too many deaths and stolen boats mine went up 100%

from what I have been reading wait until next year. OH baby it's going up again. more deaths, and stolen boats = higher rates
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Old 07-07-2004, 12:20 PM
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02 252 Baja islander 415 HP (what i told them) 500 hp (what it really has), speed told them 62 mph.

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I never heard of an insurance company running dyno tests on an engine of a boat involved in an accident or claim. Do they do that?

I doubt they would do a dyno test, but here's the issue:

At the pottom of the policy, very close to the signature line, there is a statement to the effect of "all information herewithin is accurate and truthful to the best of my knowledge. If (the insurance company) determines any statements or information given on this application is false, untrue or misrepresented, this policy is null and void. Siganture X________________

If your boat has more HP or is faster than you have stated, you are simply not covered. Why even bother sending in the premium since you're paying for nothing. You're better off not carrying any insurance, because at least that's free. If you have a major incident (when you'll need the insurance the most), the first thing the insurance company will do is investigate to see if they can easily deny the claim. The insurance companies are pretty sharp and they WILL find out you lied and you WILL NOT be covered. Period. Then when some person's family is sueing for everything you got, you'll realize that good insurance is priceless.

If I were you, I would go find out how much it's going to cost you to be COVERED, because they way you're stating it now, your NOT!

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Just over $1000.00 1993 38 Special Baja
I thought mine was high untill I saw what you guys are paying!!!
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