depending on the condition if the hull
you can have a really hard time getting wooden boat insurance. you'll need a survey
done in the last 24 months and any findings or recommendations satisfied.
grundy out of Pennsylvania is great! they don't require a survey
and their rates are amazing. the boat must have a value in excess of $10,000usd for them to consider you.
hagerty is another good one but requires a survey.
of the mainstream insurance companies state farm has treated us OK and I recommend them too.
forget about your homeowners or auto insurance company as their coverage levels for things like salvage
and environmental cleanup (if boat sinks) are substandard or nonexistent.
I wasn't really impressed with boatus either.
so far the hardest part of wooden boat ownership
has been insurance.