BOATU.S. Angler now offers professional fishing guide insurance

Published online: May 27, 2008 News
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"We know that a guide's boat and equipment are essential to success," said Michael Pellerin, director of the BoatU.S. Angler program. "That's why we developed a commercial guide's policy that not only meets the unique needs of boating, but includes the best protection for the other aspects of his or her business. It covers both personal and commercial use, including tournaments."
Coverage is available for boats under 24 feet operating with up to three guests. Policy features include:

-Agreed value coverage for boat, engine and trailer.
-Liability coverage and legal representation against suits or claims.
-Medical payments coverage for the guide and customers, up to $10,000 per person.
-Fishing equipment coverage for the guide and customers, up to $5,000 per incident.
-Uninsured boater protection, for injuries caused by an uninsured or hit-and-run boater.
-Generous cruising area for fishing fresh and salt waters of the U.S. and Canada without an extension.

In addition, 24-hour emergency dispatch for fire, sinking, fuel spill, even roadside accidents and quick claims service is included.
 For more information, call 866-532-1829 or visit online at http://www.BoatUSAngler.com/insurance.

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