Interesting to see, as disclosed in the article “Storm Clouds May be Ahead for Personal Lines, Says Superintendent Cioppa,” in the May 17, 2019 edition of The Standard, that legislators in Maine are contemplating making boat insurance mandatory If the bill were to pass, it would make the Pine Tree State the only one east of the Mississippi, and one of only three nationally, to have such a requirement, according to the article. As spring is soon turning into official summer and boating season is in full swing, we share the following list of articles on the personal watercraft, yacht and boatowners market.
- Review Insurance Coverage Before The Summer, The CSR Advisor, 30 no.10 (April, 2019): 1-3
- Winds Shift in Yacht Market, by Lisa Lindsay, Risk & Insurance, 30 no.2 (March, 2019): 18
- Focus on Boating: Calm Blue Ocean or the Perfect Storm?, by Lori Widmer Rough Notes, 162 no.3 (March, 2019): 20-24
- Exposures, Risk Management and Underwriting Considerations for Liveaboards, by Damon Pesce, The Standard, 284 no.4 (February 22, 2019): 10-12
For more information on the specifics of personal watercraft coverage, register for the webinar we’re offering on Monday, June 17. This webinar is is sponsored by The CSR Advisor, this online course will dive deep into what is and isn’t covered by homeowners and personal watercraft exposure.
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