Re: [Amel] Insurance
john martin <symoondog@...>
I don't recall who we were dealing with, but we sure thought the requirement for a custom cradle to be ridiculous, especially since we plan to be a different place every time we haul out for hurricane season for the next several years. I suppose if you haul out in the same yard every year, like many folks do in Trinidad, it would be OK, but it sure doesn't work for us. Since their premium cost was quite a bit higher than Keenan's in addition to the cradle reqmt, it didn't matter in the end. Glad they don't have that rule for you guys out there !
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2010 21:35:06 +0000
Subject: Re: [Amel] Insurance
The policies for the west coast seem to be different. Originally we were planning to leave our boat in Paradise Village Marina (in a slip) for hurricane season. Our friends who are also insured with Pantaenius went to Mazatlan for hurricane season.
We ended up bringing the boat north to Ensenada for the hurricane season but that was for other reasons, not insurance. Being close to San Diego makes it easy to get things to the boat. Shipping to Mexico is extremely expensive with duty and such.
Were you dealing with Cathy in NY or someone else?
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