Originally Posted by Al
Greetings to the Forum.
An inquiry for assistance is being made. The current owner of our past wood boat along with other wood boat owners, in Ketchikan Alaska recently received notice that wood boat insurance policies will not be continued. This apparently addresses both hull/liability and stand alone liability policies.
As there are many quality wood boats remaining in the pleasure boat field it is thought that members of the forum may have suggestions as to underwriters addressing wood boat coverage, particularly in the simple stand alone liability policy
This inquiry relates to Alaska in particular to which we seek information, yet may be subject for general discussion .
Looking forward to the responses,
Al Johnson-Ketchikan (Bridge to Nowhere)-Alaska
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That is news to me, as we have an office in Anchorage, a huge insured market throughout the state, and have not heard anything about this. If you have any info on this, would you mind passing it to me? My email address is email@example.com
Sounds like a single insurance market (company) has decided to stop offering policies in AK, and (based on the game of telephone) that information morphed into the purported blanket cancellation of policies.....