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Coverage for sailing the southern seas! For enterprising boaters looking to sail or motor south of 40 degrees North Latitude.
Sailing south requires planning and experience. If you are planning to take or transport your boat to the four zones classified as the southern seas you must meet the following requirements:
1. For vessels south of 40 degrees North Latitude, during hurricane season which runs from June 1 to November 30 will have some policy restrictions. It is important to note that any damages caused by or resulting from a named windstorm – which is named by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – will be excluded, unless your boat is under 30′ in length, and is stored in a hurricane proof building during this period.
2. Lightning Strike Deductible – all losses or damages to electronic equipment arising or resulting from lightning will be subject to a deductible of $10,000 or 10% of the amount of insurance, whichever is greater.
A yacht, sailboat or any other large boat is a significant investment we want to help you protect. Ensure you have a copy of your policy and if travelling in hurricane season, a copy of your hurricane plan. Your first point of contact is your broker. We have a dedicated team of marine claim specialists to advise you and help you with your claim. Different time zones are not an issue. Our business is to ensure you are covered. We have 24 hr claim reporting and our “claim” to fame is how we help you and your broker get through what can be a stressful time.
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