WHAT'S THIS BEST BOAT INS CO

Discussion in 'Saginaw Bay and its Tributaries' started by Ralph Smith, Sep 15, 2020.

  1. OneidaEagle

    OneidaEagle

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    That works.

    Most I have ever had in my old boat was 3, and that was maybe 7 to 10 times.

    Got the new boat, and only had 3 in it once fishing this year.

    Had 6 of us, but that was kids playing, in the bat, & such.

    Wait until you get stuff stoed away, and cant remember where it is cuz you ahve so much room....:lol::lol::lol:

    Done that...

    you will enjoy it thats FOR SURE.

    OE
     
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  2. HuCoSportsman

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    Worldwide marine underwriters insurance, that’s who I went through from a recommendation of somebody I know that had an accident and was treated fairly.
     
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  3. 7mmsendero

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    I have Progressive, good to know. I’ve never had a claim.
     
  4. eyedhitit

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    I’ve been with USAA for around 15 years with my vehicles. Never had a claim, last week I bought a new boat and they transferred me to progressive. Very affordable insurance!


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  5. mtaylor

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    Ralph

    The insurance for my Ranger is with my home owners insurance put rider on it for tha 3 10 inch screen lowrance
    Electronics don't know how good it is never had a claim. When I go fishing boat is never out of my sight until end of day when it is back in pole barn.
     
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  6. Slimshady

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    IMO, the most important thing is to make sure you have "Agreed Value" and not "Market Value". I learned this one from Captain Nick. He had "Market Value" and his Limited Edition Pro-V 2025 got stolen a few years ago. The Blue Book Value for his boat at that time was $16K, but he could have sold it for $28K-$30K easily, so he got totally screwed. I checked mine the next day and found out that I had "Market Value" too. My insurance company didn't offer "Agreed Value", so I switched to one that did. With "Agreed Value", the cost of the premium is dependent upon the value that you select. I set mine at a number that was high enough so that if something happened, I know I could replace it with something similar for the money that they pay out.
     
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  7. Bay buster

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    Good luck
     
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  8. swamprat2

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    I have safco never had a claim yet!
     
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