Insurance for the Boat Manufacturer, Dealer, Rental, and Boatyard

Are you a watercraft builder, boat dealer, renter or boat yards or boat repair service? Of course, the main focus of your business is doing business. In order to do that right without the worries of all the associated risks, you need to have the specialized insurance coverage that will protect you from any of the related commercial liability risks.Below you will find a brief synopsis of each of the different types of insurance as they relate to the specific niche in the industry.Boat Manufacturers CoverageThe most difficult exposure related to the boat manufacturer is products liability. This insurance in general is written on a claims-made basis and as specialty insurance. Moreover, because of the material used in construction as well as the flammable adhesive agents bonding Due to the varieties of materials utilized and the flammable bonding substances and paint utilized in constructing the boats, insurance companies have deemed property risks as heightened exposures.


Stored boats may also need coverage that includes those sold at the dealership.Boat Dealers CoverageRelated insurance covers new watercraft as well as second or third-hand boats that the dealer sells. Coverage for boats includes watercraft operated for land use as well as water use. Insurance policies are designed to shield the boat dealer’s stock of boats as well as the associated accessories and supplies that are also sold to the public. Correlated insurance incorporates property and marine coverage and is generally written on an all-risks basis. The boat or watercraft dealers insurance is similar to open automobile lost insurance and garage keepers legal liability insurance coverage.Boat Rental CoverageBoat rental businesses rent watercraft based on an hourly or day’s use or as an extended rental for the entire summer season. Because of the water risks and inexperience of the novice operator, the related exposure is on an increased level. So many boat rental commercial establishments are found in resort or hotel areas, confining the rental business to the summer months. But because watercraft and boats need to be maintained, repaired and stored when the season is over, the exposure to physical damages exists throughout the year.


Boatyard/Boat Repair and Servicing Operation CoverageBoatyards and boat repair and servicing commercial centers repair and service boats they are entrusted with by the customers. These operations haul the boats to the shore side during the fall, store them during the winter and launch them in the spring as well. The associated commercial general liability is similar to that of the car repair shop, plus the risks related to water activities.The insurance companies view boat storage and moorage perils as heightened exposures.

The Best Way To Sell Your Silver And Gold Coins and Bars

Sure you want the best silver price per ounce, and want to get the best overall gold silver price, but what is the best way to sell your precious metals and get the very best prices you can?

Many people keep asking me the question, “When it’s time to sell, where do I sell my gold & silver”?

More than likely, there will come a time when you want to sell at least some of your gold and silver. So when it’s time to sell, where do you sell it and how do you sell it?

It’s actually easier than you think. Gold and silver have been around for over 5,000 years.

There’s a global marketplace for it and you can sell it at any time you wish. It’s a very liquid investment.

You could pretty much be in the middle of nowhere and be able to easily sell your gold and silver because it’s instantly recognizable worldwide.

The key is… getting the best price when you sell. You can pretty much sell it anywhere at any time… however, if you want to get the best price when you sell, you need to do your homework.

Some brokers will attempt to lead you to believe that since you bought it from them… your only option is to sell it back to them… at the price they choose to pay you for it. Don’t let them trick you. You have options.

Here are some options for selling:

You can sell it back to your local coin dealer. Keep in mind, some of these guys are somewhat similar to used car dealers. To survive in their business, when they are selling to you, they generally need to sell at premium prices.

When they are buying back from you, they need to pay you the very lowest price they can, so they will have enough room to mark it up again and sell it to someone else at a profit.

It’s unlikely that you will get top dollar selling back to these guys however, it is convenient. You can just drive down to your local coin dealer and sell them… and you are done.

You can choose to sell it yourself on eBay, Craig’s List, the newspaper, etc., but it can be tricky. It takes some time to do this and you should know what you are doing before you choose this method.

If you choose to sell to someone locally, you need to be careful, very careful. If you end up selling to the wrong type of person, there is not a lot to stop them from just taking your metals… and perhaps your life.

I have friends who do this and they always try to meet people in the parking lot of the local police station, in a bank lobby, etc., for safety reasons. Obviously this option is not for everyone.

Some of the big dealers allow you to sell back to them. Some pay you decent prices when selling back to them, and others build in all kinds of different discounts that enable them to pay you less than they should.

However, this is a much safer option than trying to sell it yourself.

Just do your research and see who has the best prices and terms. You do not have to sell back to the dealer whom you purchased from.

You should sell back to the dealer who will give you the best price and terms.

You should shop for the best price when you sell… every bit as hard as you shopped for the best price when you purchased.

It’s crazy not to. So many people don’t. Why would you only shop hard when buying, and leave a lot of money on the table when selling?

Typically you will have to pay to ship it to a dealer, and you should always insure the package to more than cover the value, but this is really easy to do.

You simply stick it in a FedEx or USPS box, insure it, and ship it to them. It’s safe and easy. Hundreds of people do this every day. It’s no big deal.

Dealers will usually lock in your price at the time they receive your shipment. They typically don’t lock in the price at the time that you shipped it unless they are paying you far less than they should. It’s common since really.

I should also point out that Preservation Of Wealth (POW), does buy back gold and silver from its members.

In fact, if you are a member, you can even sell back gold and silver that you did not buy from them originally.

The important thing here is… POW pays its members the highest buy back prices that you will find anywhere! No kidding.

You can shop, and shop, and shop until you drop… and you will not find anyone who will pay you more when selling back your metals.

Smart metals buyers pay attention to both the BUY prices and the SELL prices, or as they call it, the “Round Trip”.

If you can buy at the best price… and if you can sell at the best price… you will be miles ahead of the average metals investor who does not have this information.

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