are several different types of marine insurance relating to boat ownership
including that for private pleasure yachts, vessels that are used as the
primary residence, cruising vessels, charter vessels being used for sportfishing
or sightseeing such as water taxis, as well as commercial vessel coverage
that is provided for fishing boats, tugs or barges. Most require an up-to-date survey.
Marine Insurance also
covers Yacht Dealers, Brokers and marinas, including general liability,
dealer inventory, marina operators and their legal liability, and independent
marine vessel maintenance engineer working on boats in and around marinas,
yacht clubs, etc.
1600 W. Coast Highway
Newport Beach, California 92663
We are your one stop shopping for all port entry papers, permits and insurance necessary to drive, cruise, fish, snorkel or fly to the beautiful territories of Mexico. Whether you want to just fish over a weekend in Baja, cruise to Zihuantanejo or do an off-shore transfer...........
You are starting at the right place.
TO SHORE INSURANCE AGENCY
24450 Dana Point Harbor Drive
Dana Point, CA 92629
Your Marine Insurance Specialists
Yacht Insurance is an unique type of insurance policy. It takes a specialist to understand your yachting insurance needs.
Ship to Shore represents several different carriers and we will write you the best policy possible for your boat. They can and will help with all your boating insurance needs.
Liability (Protection & Indemnity)
Property damage for inventories
Protection and indemnity
Coverage for boats undergoing repair
As well as those listed under Owner-Operator Coverage
Most marinas require that you carry insurance on your boat in order
to keep it in their marina. Coverage will vary depending on the marina
and some will require additional liability if you liveaboard. Lenders also
require financed vessels to carry a complete insurance package. Be sure
to ask for additional coverage or a rider covering any "unusual" electronic
equipment you may have on board, such as a computer, free-standing stereo
system, television, VCR or telephone equipment. Also check for coverage
on your dinghy, equipment you may lose overboard, coverage during races,
in foreign waters and even in certain times of the year, such as hurricane
season or ice season and the dreaded questions regarding salvage, replacement
and the like. There's a lot to insurance and a good agent is probably someone
you want on your side. Not being informed as to what your coverage is and
is not can be a costly lesson in asking a few questions.