Programs for Smooth Sailing

You’re a vessel operator. Or you own a boatyard. You know the risks as well as the rewards. And you know you need a marine specialist to help you manage those risks – one who knows the business as well as you do. The professionals of Hilb’s Marine Practice Group speak your language. We’ve worked on the docks and for boat builders. We’ve maintained yachts and delivered them. We’ve worked as underwriters and claims adjustors. For decades now, we’ve translated this experience into successful insurance programs known from Newport to San Diego to St. Thomas. Take a closer look at the one that’s right for you.

Developed for marine-assistance towers and salvors, the Harbor-Tow package provides liability, diving, hull and machinery, and equipment coverage. Blending underwriting strength and marine expertise, it integrates general and marine liability coverage on one form – for one price.

HarborPro covers a wide array marine risks, including repair, dock building, yacht detailing or passenger-boat operation. Like HarborTow, it integrates general and marine liability coverage on one form – for one price.

Endorsed by the American Sailing Association, HarborGuard is designed for boating schools, clubs, and charter-boat fleets. HarborGuard offers Hull, P&I, and Business Liability. Charterers and Students are specifically included as Named Insureds, ensuring that they too are covered. The Marine Group also offers Loss of Charter income coverage, as well as premises, participant liability, and Jones Act coverage.

At The Hilb Group, we recognize that your time is valuable, so our applications are short, concise and entirely understandable. Compare our competition’s 40-page application with our three-pager. On second thought, don’t. When you’ve got a busy boatyard to run, there is no comparison.

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Curtis McKeon |
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