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    old thread, but found it a very valuable read
    i'll give my broker a call Monday morning, thanx guys!!

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    My wife has insurance with Avia (Nautical) out of Bracebridge. The Personal (everything else)does have boat coverage but this is a marine policy which has more specific coverage's...and higher price $60.00 per month. We have never used it, but it is a comfort for a 50K pontoon boat.
    Mark Snow, Libertarian Nepean, for 2019, Chairman - Ontario Libertarian Party

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    I have insurance through Aviva (Nautical) as well. Broker was Northstar Marine out of Barrie. My uncle has the same and clued me in. WAY LESS EXPENSIVE compared to State Farm and more coverage...

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    You should have it for liability reasons ... not sure if it is law.
    If you slip at any marina (even for an emergency) you need to present insurance papers.

    I'm with AVIVA as well. Have an awesome broker.

    Jennifer Eaton R.I.B.O.
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    jennifere@mdmarine.ca
    Tel: 705 325 4461
    Fax: 705 325 9974
    Toll: 877 627 4633

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    [QUOTE=MarkB;973924]You should have it for liability reasons ... not sure if it is law.
    If you slip at any marina (even for an emergency) you need to present insurance papers.

    there is no law requiring boat insurance, we all get it for piece of mind. As for the other statement , I've never heard of such a thing.

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    [QUOTE=OUTCAST;973929]
    Quote Originally Posted by MarkB View Post
    You should have it for liability reasons ... not sure if it is law.
    If you slip at any marina (even for an emergency) you need to present insurance papers.

    there is no law requiring boat insurance, we all get it for piece of mind. As for the other statement , I've never heard of such a thing.
    OUTCAST - I've slipped as a transient at many different marinas (Ontario Place, Dalousey, etc.) and yes they want to see insurance with liability. Most want to see $2 million liability. In my marina, Bronte Outer Harbor, you need to present insurance papers with $2 million liability to be allowed a transient slip. It's very real.

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    I have an environmental ryder on my boat too, so if it goes down and leaves say a huge gas-slick on the lake, it covers recovery and clean-up. I think it was an extra $10.

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    Itís exceptionally important to have insurance coverage for your fishing boat. Make sure that your coverage gives you the best protection for the long-term and allows you to use the vessel while safeguarding against the common risks. In selecting fishing boat insurance, working with a company with experience can help to ensure you have the ideal policy for the long-term. Northstar Marine Insurance is a leader in this area of the marketplace.
    One of the areas in which Northstar Marine Insurance specializes is within fishing boat insurance. The company can help fishing boat owners choose policies specific to their vessel and to their fishing activities. They are a respected leader within the local marketplace and have decades of experience helping boat owners to choose their insurance policies.
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    Thanks for the spam.

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