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Lakehunter 08-04-2016 14:21

Canadian Boat insurance.
 
Time to get my trailer sailor insured, I have a 23.5 hunter, what is the ballpark premium one should pay?

Anyone know any good Canadian Insurance company's?

Thanks.

Lake-Effect 08-04-2016 15:03

Re: Canadian Boat insurance.
 
Some people have mentioned that you automatically get $1M liability coverage on a small boat in most home insurance packages, so be sure to check yours or ask your agent. And I think there's trailer coverage in the auto insurance.

Our club requires us to carry $2M liability so we have a separate policy. It includes replacement coverage, towing and other stuff. Our company is Aviva Elite... have never made a claim so I don't know what they're like there. I would guess a separate policy for you would run roughly between $200 and $300 per year.

Ask your home insurer or a broker if they have a marine underwriter they like to work with.

deblen 08-04-2016 15:05

Re: Canadian Boat insurance.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Lakehunter (Post 2092883)
Time to get my trailer sailor insured, I have a 23.5 hunter, what is the ballpark premium one should pay?

Anyone know any good Canadian Insurance company's?

Thanks.

I use Digby Fairway Insurance
Much of the Fundy & N.S area use them.


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