When it comes to looking for the best insurance on Florida Boat Insurance, It is important to know the different coverages as well as ways to get a price break
According to the Florida boating laws, any vessel with any type of motor whether it be a trolling motor, or an offshore boat, must be registered as well as titled. The only exception to this statewide law is non-motorized boats under 16 feet. The law also says that the purchaser of a new vessel has thirty days to apply for a registration as well as a title through the county tax collectors offices.
Important coverage For Your Boat
Some important coverages that are available on a Florida Boat Insurance policy include:
- Property Damage Liability
- Bodily Injury Liability
- Uninsured Boater Coverage
- Medical Payments
- Comprehensive Coverage
- Fishing Equipment Coverage
- On Water Towing
- Roadside Assistance
- Extended Navigational Limits
How can you save money on Florida Boat insurance?
Some easy ways to save money when looking for the best Florida Boat Insurance are listed below
- Shop around between different insurance carriers
- Type of boat affects insurance rates as newer boats are more costly to repair
- Where you live as well as the types of water you use your boat can affect your rates.
- Another important contributing factor is credit history
- Florida Boaters Safety Courses can help to qualify you for price breaks
- Being associated with boating organizations may help qualify you for price breaks as well
At V.W. Gould Agency we serve all of Central Florida including: Daytona Beach, Ponce Inlet, Port Orange, Ormond Beach, DeLand, Deltona, Debary, Sanford, Orlando, Lake Helen, Deleon Springs.