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Boat & RV Insurance

Make sure you are protected

Spending quality time with family and friends on the road, or on the water can be an exhilarating experience. Don’t get sidelined, sunk or thrown overboard by an accident or mishap.

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Boat Owners Insurance

A small boat, such as a canoe or other non‐motorized boat, is typically covered under the personal property portion of your homeowners insurance policy. If you own a larger, faster boat, you'll need a separate boat owners insurance policy. A typical boat owners insurance policy is designed to protect your boat, motor, equipment and passengers. It affords similar coverages to those you typically have for your car including:

  • Physical damage
  • Liability
    • Personal
    • Medical

However it is also important to consider additional coverage options such as:

  • Reasonable repairs
  • Emergency service
  • Wreck removal

Did you know umbrella liabilities can provide additional boat insurance coverage across the board for home, auto, and watercraft?


RV Insurance

RVing can be a fun way to see the world and spend time with your family; but because it’s bigger and heavier than an average car or truck, there are additional hazards that come with owning and operating an RV. Make sure you have the appropriate coverage for your next road trip.

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Tips from Experts
Tips from our experts
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Summer Boating Safety

Water sports, relaxing in the sun and splashing in the water are great ways to make memories with family and friends. Water lovers must be careful near the marina and dock, though, to assure that their getaways are safe ones. If you are hitting the open waters this season, don’t forget these safety tips!

Docking Tips:

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Your Personal Insurance Solutions

Our clients rely on us to creatively assist them with their insurance and financial needs to protect what matters most.

We offer a full range of automobile, home and life insurance solutions, along with loss prevention, health and safety tips to help minimize claims, reduce your personal risks and promote your well-being.

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Stay Safe in the Sun

Warm weather is here to stay, and as fun or relaxing as it sounds to bask in the sunshine all day, it is also dangerous for your health. Skin cancer is not only dangerous, but common – it is the most common form of cancer in the United States and over two million people are diagnosed annually.