They literally want a written plan, just don’t write anything down that you won’t follow to the letter. Try to avoid painting yourself into a corner.
I would try to keep it generic, I think they primarily want you to do something to protect the boat
, many it seems won’t do anything at all, except file an Insurence claim.
I’ve seen for example people won’t remove their dodger
, but will file the claim to have the rotten fabric
replaced with new, same with an old Jib
My Insurence hasn’t asked for a written plan. We are also allowed to stay in Fl. I assume that’s because we are Fl residents?
Also avoid the term live aboard, I know it sounds silly, but that’s a term that often causes problems. You don’t live aboard, however you do go on extended cruises.
On edit, if asked I would write down that I planned on removing all sails
, doubling all lines on the boat and ensuring cockpit
drain were clean, batteries
fully charged and bilge pump
checked for operation.
I wouldn’t put more than that down and see if they accept it.