Even though various types of insurance coverage are theoretically similar; they apply to different industries in different ways. If you own a Boat or a Marine Business; then you need an Insurance Broker that understands your business as thoroughly as they understand the insurance business. That way, you can be sure that you are getting exactly the types and amounts of coverage you need.

One segment of the marine industry is for recreational boat owners. If you fall into this category, then we are able to provide you with the coverage you need regardless of which type of boat you have; all the way from a bass boat to a mega-yacht. Common types of coverage include hull coverage, liability coverage, uninsured boater coverage, and personal property coverage.

If you are a boat dealers or marina, we offer more than just liability coverage. We also offer coverage for your employees. That includes standard workers comp, Longshoremen and Jones Act protection. Not only that, we can protect you from crime and business interruption, too. We can even protect you while you’re at boat shows!

Yacht clubs, boatels, and slip owners associations require some of the same coverage that marinas require, as well as that of commercial boat owners. Of course, the same is true of boat builders, whom we also proudly insure. Of course, marine insurance covers more than just boats and the people who own and work on them. For example, if you are a company that specializes in building docks, we can provide you with coverage as well, offering you many of the same types of coverage as would be required by any other marine business. This is also true of resorts. If you’re located near water, you need marine insurance, whether you own your own boats or not.

In a nutshell, we specialize in marine insurance in order to truly be your go to expert. What’s more, we’re as passionate about the industry as you are, and we believe that the level of our passion will come across in our delivery of the services we offer. We are available to you twenty-four hours a day, because losses don’t always occur on the weekends.