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Make sure your trailer is insured as well

It’s that time of year! You can smell it in the air here in Virginia. Actually our trees are already almost ready with small buds. Heck I had to mow the lawn this past weekend in 40 degree weather. So boating season is right around the corner. Is your insurance policy updated and ready? I know we talk about being insured during the winter months. But you are going to be towing your love boat places, and that’s when stuff happens. Towing. Backing in the drink for the first time. All of it about spring screams be insured. In about a month we will do our annual Disaster Day or week.

Speed boat ride

Get out there. But be covered first

It’s a springtime tradition and part of the fun of classic boat ownership. Not to sure about your policy? Contact the Official Insurance of Woody Boater, Hagerty Marine insurance. You ask why are they our exclusive Insurance co? Because they live and breathe classic boats and cars. They get it and now how we all think and are very competitive.  But its not just about price, its about service and understanding what you own and how it happened. So don’t put it off, make sure you are updated TODAY!

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7 Responses to “Is Your Classic Boat And Trailer Insurance Up To Date?”
  1. Dennis J Mykols

    Hagerty saved my butt on a $1000.00 trailer mistake, long story, but Carla and her staff were right there.

  2. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U.P.)

    Good article! It makes you think, and check insurance policies. I really enjoyed the 62 Tee Nee trailer. I have a 58 Tee Nee that looks a lot like it, except mine has teardrop fenders with lights in them. That was the tilt model. Top of the line for Tee Nee. You know your getting old when you get more excited about the boat trailer than the pretty girl sitting on it.

  3. Red Dog

    I’m wondering why she’s not going with them on the boat. Her swim suit could pass for blue marmoleum. I have a tee nee trailer that I can raise and lower the rear bunks, but I usually use it like a normal trailer. My trailer is yellow with red rims

  4. Dan T

    Don’t understand the add sales pitch? Girl in boat, girl on trailer. What gets the girl? The boat or the trailer. And is the trailer girl better looking than the boat girl? Can’t see the trailer girls face. Is the boat girl waving goodby or flipping off the trailer girl? Is the trailer girl waving goodby or indicating something is tee ne? Help!

  5. Briant

    Um….why is there a babe model sitting on the trailer….and not in the boat? I will never understand weird marketing photos….