Try Nagico insurance
......email@example.com , the guy I deal withs name is Joshua.
As for Hurricane
season... St. Lucia and south generally are deemed fairly safe...... I keep my boat in St. MArtin, but have a haul out
spot so if the weather
gets shitty i can get my boat out of the water
before it hits.....generally you pay the in and out in advance whether you use it or not......I try and time my maintenance
so if I haven't used it by the end of hurricane season I pull it out anyways and do the bottom etc...... Also a little side note.... this time of year is awesome for cruising the islands... theres almost no one else around and the weather windows for trips are awesome... you get north winds for heading south and if you hang long enough you will get days with south winds for heading north.... all that said, if a hurricane develops in the atlantic... the last thing you really want to be doing is trying to get to wherever your haul out
spot is.... almost for certain that will be the day your engine
stops and theres not a lot of wind
before the storm. Check this spot for good hurricane predictions
Stormpulse / Hurricanes, severe weather, tracking, mapping
... as an example you can see a disturbance out there now off of Africa
.... probably not too much to worry about yet, but if you were cruising south of Guadeloupe
and you haul out was in St MArtin
you have about two days to get on the road and head
home, just in case this thing builds.
However during the time you're looking at cruising there generally are not a lot of storms historically, and I really don't stress too much until late August and September onwards. Heres a good detailed historical site that i look at when I feel nervous, but with you leaving before the real peak of the season I wouldn't be too worried..... don't read that wrong.... I'd still be watching it with a definite hurricane plan... i just wouldn't be too worried.