Insurance for airboats..one less company

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SSR1320
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Re: Insurance for airboats..one less company

Postby SSR1320 » Tue Feb 24, 2015 7:40 am

Mine was done off the purchase price
13' Diamondback ultralight s/v O540 NGQ

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swampsquatch09
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Re: Insurance for airboats..one less company

Postby swampsquatch09 » Tue Feb 24, 2015 1:37 pm

Cooter69 wrote:Guys I use Seaworthy and have 24,500 worth of coverage, to include boat and trailer. $234.00 a yr. it would so through Geico, I have had great customer service so far with one claim.

Just saying !!!

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same here
14ft Maxcraft, 70" WW Signature Series 320 lycoming
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Re: Insurance for airboats..one less company

Postby Hog Guts » Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:18 pm

I just got mine done last week it was such a pain. Has your engine been modified since original - lol it's a o540.... Is it new... What model rigging bla bla and to make matters worse last question on every form... Is boat used for commercial purposes. Yes. Sorry we don't cover that. Finally got it covered even though it's titled commercial. Almost not worth the effort.


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