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> Now I have boatowner's insurance to cover my gear in case it is lost
> at sea.
> Chris


Who do you have the boat insurance with and at what expense? Does anyone know
if USWA still has insurance and what the general rates are? I'm getting
curious now that most of my net worth is tied up in my gear. The one time I
had a single board stolen my homeowners company came through for me, but I'd
expect a lot of run around if the whole lot of gear was stolen. As for
coverage at sea, it seems like it might allow one to more easily make the
smart decision to dump a rig in favor of one's safety in a really hairy


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