Posted on Jan 25, 2019
Boating is a relaxing pastime that many people enjoy. But considering it’s the middle of winter, a lot of these people consider us to be in a boating “off-season”. However, that doesn’t mean that your boat should cease to have coverage. You don’t have to keep the same policy all year; you can change it, as long as you keep consistent coverage, but it’s always important to have some coverage. It’s possible to alter a policy to reflect the current way that the boat is being used. So if, say, your boat is sitting in a garage for the next few months instead of hitting the water, you could change your policy to reflect that. That consistent coverage will come in handy in the event of a natural disaster or accident that could damage the boat. Wherever the boat is stored, there’s always some risk involved—even when it’s in your front yard. That’s why it’s so important to maintain coverage, even when it’s the off-season.