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Re: Insurance


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To answer your question, I don't cover my SJ23 for anything more than
liability. I don't cover cars or anything that have a value in the $5,000
range. I really haven't checked out the cost of such insurance per $1,000. I
just prefer to cover only potential losses that could bankrupt me or put a
serious crimp in my luxurious style of living! A boat I paid $3,000 for
isn't in that category even though I don't think I could replace it for what
I paid for it.

Chuck Vande Wetering
PO Box 2205
Friday Harbor, Wa 98250

".All I ask is...the wheel's kick and the wind's song and the white sail's

----- Original Message -----
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To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2000 8:49 AM
Subject: Insurance

> I'm wondering what most other trailer sailers do about insurance. We sail
> exclusively at a local lake with some short visits to other lakes within
> hundred miles or so. I'm not too worried about the boat while its on the
> water but do worry about trailering it. My current auto coverage only
> the boat for liability. Because of the age of my boat (1979) I think I
> need a survey to get hull insurance (which is a real problem because there
> isn't a marine surveyer within 300 miles and I'm not sure I need hull
> coverage to start with). Just curious what most of the other trailer
> do?..Thanks Tom Dew

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