It may not seem like the most stylish item to wear on a hot sunny day, but a personal floatation device can greatly increase your chance of survival in an accident. And if you think you will have enough time to grab and wear a lifejacket in case of an emergency, unfortunately, that is often not the case. According to the United States Coast Guard (USCG), as many as 86% of drowning victims of recreational boating accidents in 2020 were not wearing a lifejacket.
As boaters, we know how important it is to safeguard your vessel from cold weather. Boat winterization protects the engine, electronics and all the other components of the craft if handled properly. Block some days on your calendar this spring to take your boats out of storage and get them ready for the waters! Read on to discover how to properly de-winterize a boat.
Accidents happen to even the most careful yacht and boat owners, which is why proper boat and yacht insurance coverage is essential.
National Marine Underwriters (NMU) can help provide protection specifically designed for your unique boat and yacht insurance needs.
Our goal is to make insuring your boat as easy as possible—so you and your family can spend your free time on the water, not worrying about insurance paperwork.