In 2011, the Coast Guard counted 4588 accidents that involved 758 deaths, 3081 injuries and approximately $52 million dollars of damage to property as a result of recreational boating accidents. Because we know you don’t want to be part of those statistics, we not only review your insurance to make sure you have the coverage you need, but also provide resources to help you know how to be safe on the water. You don’t get that kind of service from a call center.
If you own a boat, you know the sport can be relaxing, adventurous and dangerous. The US Coast Guard reports that there were 6,419 recreational boating accidents reported in 2001. A boat policy safeguards your boat, boating equipment and accessories. It also protects you with liability and medical payments coverage.
Although personal watercraft (PWC) are often considered in the boat category, depending on the type of watercraft, horsepower and speed, they may be best covered on a stand alone PWC policy.