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Imagine it's a warm sunny day—perfect weather to go out on the boat. As you pack what you need for the day in the cooler, snacks, water and soft drinks are great choices; but leave the beer, wine and other liquor behind. According to the Boat U.S. Foundation, almost half of all boating accidents involve alcohol consumption. READ MORE >>

So you've finally decided to purchase a boat this coming summer. Although you're almost certainly going to have fun with that new vehicle, you also want to protect yourself against potential hazards and unexpected circumstances. For that, you need boat insurance. What can you expect with boat insurance? READ MORE >>

It's a fact that more boats and boating equipment are stolen during the summer months than at any other time of the year. Also, most boat thefts occur on the weekends, especially on Friday, then Saturday. Don't let your clients become another statistic; share these theft prevention tips for a safer year of boating. READ MORE >>

If you own a boat but aren't located directly on the water, you are likely considering the option of a marina. This will save you the hassle of keeping your vessel on your property and then needing to tow it to water when you are ready for an outing. During the season it will be in the water and ready for use. READ MORE >>

While many boaters in colder parts of the country have winterized their boats or put them into storage until spring, many will still be using them for holiday parades or late season fishing. Unfortunately, the risk of a deadly accident is increased with cold weather. READ MORE >>

Did You Know? Casey Insurance Group provides policies with Coverage A Hull & Equipment coverage provide full Salvage Coverage to pay the reasonable cost to salvage the insured boat. Unlike many other policies, this coverage is provided "in addition" to the amount available to be paid for the damage to the boat/yacht. READ MORE >>

Whether you're setting sail for the weekend or just the afternoon, there are several items that you should keep on board for your own protection. The following list includes just the basics, but you never know when these simple items can come in handy, or even save your life. READ MORE >>

Cooking on the water is just another piece of the boating adventure. Whether you have a grill or a galley on your boat, there are some tips to keep in mind during meal preparation. Either way, it's important to remember that foods like meat and cheese need to be chilled and should not be kept out for longer than an hour. READ MORE >>

Hundreds of boat fires ignite each year, causing panic among passengers due to the vigorous burning of fiberglass, exploding fuel tanks and other outcomes of such an event. Let’s take a look at what commonly causes boat fires and how to prevent them. Fueling, Fuel Tanks and Fuel Lines READ MORE >>

Summer is here, which means it’s time to get back on the water. With the current price of fuel, you may be looking at saving on other expenses so you can afford boating this summer. One option is to look into reducing your boat insurance rate. Here are four ideas to explore. READ MORE >>

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