There was some discussion in the chat box regarding insurance and surveys. We are shopping around this year and as our boat is now 20 years old, many insurers are requesting a survey.
So far I have 3 quotes that do not require a survey. This is for a 2002 X, with a declared replacement value of $28000 including trailer and dinghy/motor. The main difference being what is paid out in the event of a total loss.
Skippers Plan, $496, actual cash value.
MD Marine, $846, actual cash value.
Hagerty, $946, full agreed upon value.
Anyone have any experience with these companies? Or have any other suggestions or experiences to share? I wanted to start a discussion here so that any information is readily found for those looking.
Does anyone have a marine survey for a MacGregor 26X, that was accepted for insurance purposes? I’m interested in seeing a report and determining the detail contained therein. I couldn’t find a report on the internet for a MacGregor 26X.
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Welcome to the home of the Macgregor Yacht Club of British Columbia. We are a group of present and past Macgregor Yacht and Tattoo Yacht owners. Most of our members are in British Columbia, Canada, although we do have members from other places in Canada and the USA.
We organize on and off the water activities for owners of Macgregor and Tattoo boats; regattas, cruises, flotillas and our annual all member get together ‘MacRendezvous’. Members share tips, ideas, and hard-come-by knowledge about how to maximize the joy of owning these wonderfully affordable boats.
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