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    I've got a 08 outback, I keep calling around to get insurence on it, and keep comming up with $580-$700... tried Farmers, Allstate and Progrssive. I should be able to get a year of boat insurence for 300 bux. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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    I have Progressive and pay around $450 for it. Insurance is a funny thing and there are way too many variables to compare 2 people's insurance apples to apples. I would think that you could get Progressive to come in at the $300 mark, but you might be sacrificing a lot of coverage that you may want at some point..

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    $450 For me through US Boats

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    $426.00 thru Western Marine Ins.

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    $485.00 thru Western Marine as well. Remember besides the obvious (boat, equipment, etc) location also plays a part, some areas more or less than others. Also, you can insure for additional equipment so asking what everyone pays really does no good.

    Seach for marine/boat insurance on the web and get quotes.
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    $270 but my declared value is around $15K. I did save $900 a year on all of my insurance switching to American Family. Sorry Geico.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandm View Post
    I have Progressive and pay around $450 for it.
    Pretty much ditto on annual premium for my boat through Progressive
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    Thanks guys, this is looking pricier than I thought
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    The two insurance companies I worked with Safeco and American family gave a good discount for a boating safety course and I took credit for a free on-line course. I currently get a 15% discount on my insurance.

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    I've had good deals from Boat US and Progressive. Had to bump the LSV off the Homeowners as it was going to be a separate policy.
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