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Texas Boat/Watercraft Insurance Coverage

Boat/Watercraft Insurance

Coverage for your greatest adventure

There’s just something about being on the water. Smooth as glass to white-capped waves, the unpredictability makes every outing a true adventure. Whether you’re sailing, jet skiing or fishing for the season’s finest, ensure your watercraft is protected against anything Mother Nature (or other boaters) may have in store.

Why You Need It:

Boat insurance isn’t mandatory in most states, but this doesn’t mean it’s any less valuable than other insurance policies are. Much like auto and motorcycle coverage, boat insurance offers protection for damages and medical expenses.

Boat insurance typically includes:

  • Liability: provides coverage for property damage and injury to third parties
  • Physical damage: comprehensive and collision provides coverage for accidents, theft, fire and falling objects, among others
  • Medical payments: provides coverage for medical expenses for you and your passengers following a boating accident
  • Emergency assistance: provides coverage for services like towing and gas delivery when stranded in the water

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