How much you will have to pay for it will depend on the size, type, value of the craft and the water in which you use it. Our agency, experienced in boat and watercraft insurance, allows us to provide the knowledge, expertise and personal service you would expect from an industry leader. Our insurance specialists will help you select an insurance plan that best fits your requirements.
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A boat owners policy can insure you against most risks of owning and operating your boat, its motor and its trailer.
The property covered could include equipment permanently attached to the boat as well such as:
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It can also protect you against liability lawsuits, should you injure someone with your boat or damage their property.
Liability coverage includes:
Watercraft liability coverage provides protection for legal liability because of an accident resulting from the ownership, maintenance, or use of your watercraft, including bodily injury, property damage and legal defense.
Watercraft medical payments coverage pays medical expenses up to the limits in the policy for you, your resident relatives and other occupants of the boat injured by an accident arising out of the ownership, maintenance, or use of the watercraft.
Additional coverages include those for:
Need a tow? $100 of Emergency Service coverage is automatically included with any boat insurance policy that has Physical Damage coverage.
It can also cover labor costs at the place you breakdown for a mechanic, or to have fuel, oil, or a battery delivered. If you want to raise the limit to $500 or $1,000, you can add that extra coverage to your policy.
If your personal watercraft is destroyed, raising, removing, or destruction of the boat will typically be covered-up to an additional 5 percent of your Physical Damage coverage limit.
They aren’t technically considered boating equipment, but don’t your water skis, fishing gear and other things like that deserve to be covered? We think so.
Keep in mind that Personal Effects coverage doesn’t cover money and valuables, animals, boats or other boat equipment, contact lenses, or prosthetics. It also excludes things that are covered by insurance in some other way (as part of this policy or a different one). Talk to your agent to find out what this coverage takes care of.