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Old 01-11-2007, 03:36 PM
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...should this affect insurance either up or down??? I am looking at 30' canopied boat and am starting to research insurance. Yes this boat will be raced yet I don't expect insurance to cover any of that. I do however plan to use this boat as often as possible for rec. and testing. That is what I want the coverage for...just weekend pleasure...

Should I expect any trouble?
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What did you ever find out?? I'd like to know as well..
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almost 4 years ago. I guess he never got the boat
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Old 10-18-2010, 06:36 PM
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It does affect coverage but some people still issue policies.

Stacy at Wavezone found me coverage.
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Originally Posted by fantastixvoyage View Post
...should this affect insurance either up or down??? I am looking at 30' canopied boat and am starting to research insurance. Yes this boat will be raced yet I don't expect insurance to cover any of that. I do however plan to use this boat as often as possible for rec. and testing. That is what I want the coverage for...just weekend pleasure...

Should I expect any trouble?
I see the post is old... but just an FYI for those interested... You can get insurance on a canopied boat for pleasure use. You will just have to sign off that you acknowledge there is no coverage afforded for racing or speed contests. Poker runs are OK.
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Old 10-19-2010, 09:17 PM
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Originally Posted by BRUCE SEROFF View Post
almost 4 years ago. I guess he never got the boat
check his profile.. he cant stop buying boats
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