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When it comes to boat safety, there are several things that get overlooked. Failing to take them into consideration may mean that an unfortunate event occurs. Avoid them by following these tips: 1. Know Your Boat's Weight Limit People often forget that there's a limit to how much weight a boat can hold. READ MORE >>

  Motor boats don’t come cheap, usually starting out in the thousands of dollars. If you’ve set aside some money for a boat, you’ll want to make it a worthwhile investment. That means protecting your vessel from damage, losses and other hazards. READ MORE >>

Owning a sailboat is a lot different than owning a motorboat. It will contain specialty parts and equipment, most notably the sail. Still, protecting and maintaining your sail will require careful attention. You can’t very well go anywhere without your source of power, now can you? READ MORE >>

Florida is famous for its springtime hospitality. For mariners, this is a great time to break out their watercraft and go for an excursion. Good weather and plenty of activities make this an important season for boating. Still, Florida doesn't always have perfect weather year-round. READ MORE >>

Spring is upon us. You’re probably looking forward to a rapid improvement in the local weather. This will probably create an uptick in your desire to go outdoors. As a boat owner, your vessel will likely play a large role in your own recreation in the coming months. READ MORE >>

Now that winter is upon us, you’re likely not using your sailboat as often. This gives you an opportunity to see to a lot of the boat’s needs that may get overlooked during the summer. Reviewing your boat insurance coverage should be part of your yearly routine.  READ MORE >>

You likely don’t want to think about losing your boat in a sinking or other accident. But, no ship is unsinkable. It could happen to you. Hull losses often mean a boater loses an important investment. However, you also have to think about sinking in how it affects others. READ MORE >>

Even in Florida, winter means you likely change your recreational habits. You may settle in for a new season of activity that doesn’t involve ocean sports. If you own a boat, this may mean you need to put it away for the season. You likely need to make preparations to keep your vessel in good shape. READ MORE >>

Sailboat owners shouldn't hit the water without boat insurance. However, insuring a vessel requires you to consider the type of vessel in use. For example, sailboats often rely mainly on wind power, while motorboats usually rely on electric power. These varying forms of operations may impact the types of risks a boat faces. READ MORE >>

Boats nowadays come in all shapes and sizes. Regardless of the intended use, boats come with risks. A variety of perils may damage the boat, harm its passengers and ruin their property. Should a boat experience a hazard, you could lose the boat and many of its onboard contents. READ MORE >>

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