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Boating First Aid Kit

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At home, when someone gets a minor injury, we all have basic supplies to treat it. For more serious injuries, we hop in the car for a “quick” visit to our local emergency room.

It is extremely important to not only have a first aid kit in your home, but also your boat. You can either buy a small first aid kit or follow my lead and put together your own that is specific to boating. Your water-resistant tackle box is a great resource for a DIY first aid kit. You can further protect these first aid supplies by storing them in plastic baggies. Don’t forget to let your guests know where the kit is stored!

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Wakeboarding 101

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Your friend invited you on his brand-new wakeboard boat and you can’t wait for a breezy day on the water. The only problem - you've never waterboarded before. Don't worry! By following a few simple steps, you will quickly look and feel like a pro on a wakeboard.   

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Saving Money on Boat Insurance | Part 2

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May is just around the corner, making this the perfect time of year to review your boat insurance and make sure you are protected for boating season. Last week we looked at a few ways to save on your boat insurance, including boating safety courses and maintaining a clean driving record. This week we’ll take a look at five more tips you can use to keep your boat insurance cost down.

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Saving Money on Boat Insurance | Part 1

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When shopping for boat insurance, you want proper protection from a reputable company that will provide adequate coverage in the event of an accident. An important factor for most boaters is getting quality insurance at a fair price. Finding marine insurance at a good price tag involves a generous amount of online research and choosing a company that knows boats as well as you do.

There are a few tricks that we’d love to share to help keep down the cost of your boat insurance. 

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Floating or Fixed Docks: Boat Insurance Pro Tip

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Much of the country is still waiting on more snow or still thawing out, but it’s always boating season somewhere. You purchased boat insurance to protect you in the case of an accident. Whether you’ve hit the water or not, today’s boat insurance pro tip will give you something to think about.

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Choosing the Right Boat Insurance Company

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So, you’re thinking about buying a boat. You run the numbers to make sure it fits your budget. Let’s say you budget $40,000 for the boat, motor, trailer, and first season’s maintenance. Before signing the papers, you will also want a quote to find out how much your boat insurance may cost. Insurance is likely the smallest expense associated with owning a boat, but arguably the most important as it protects the entire investment.

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Boat Trailer Insurance

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If you own a boat trailer you can insure it at the same time you purchase boat insurance. This option is highly recommended, as it is inexpensive and will protect your investment in the trailer. Before you add this coverage for your trailer, it is important to know exactly what you’re buying.

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Cheap Boat Insurance and Rates

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When shopping for boat or jet ski insurance, do you want the cheapest insurance you can find? Of course, we all want the cheapest insurance, but the cheapest is not always the best. It is important to identify the coverage necessary for you and your boat, do research online, and compare your options.

Follow along with these easy steps when picking the right coverage carrier and plan for you.

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