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Dec 24th, 2013 at 4:16am

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Given the age of the boats and most insurance companies requiring periodic out of water inspections, just wondering who members have been using? Thanks Mark

   
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Dec 28th, 2013 at 9:53am

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I use Nautilus but plan to change as they have become too expensive. I mentioned this to them and they didn't care. I have called around for quotes but be careful as most will only pay out on market value at the time and with a s&s that could range.

Try to get agreed market value that's my plan but need to pull it out first for a survey.

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This whole insurance thing is a bit of a mine field. To get a marine surveyor to do the inspection can be very expensive and so far I have been able to have mine inspected by our local boat repair person.
Because live in a remote area it would be very expensive for me to have it done any other way. If you regularly use one repair person they may be happy to do it when the boat is slipped.

I am in the process of sorting my insurance out with Club Marine and when one fills out the form to reinsure one is expected to list the value of the various bits that go to make up the boat.
For example the motor $X, other gear $Y and so on until one has a total figure and it seems that either these things are insured for that or they are not.

I understand that QBE may do an agreed value as well.


   
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