Jul 02 2020

What is it ? Its not sexy, it’s a bit old and a bit dirty . And it can sink your boat.

As a boat owner you may be wondering, why you should insure you boat year-round, especially when you only get to use it for a few months of the year? It's a good question, and it is something boat owners do ask.

Clearly, the size of your vessel will play a major role in what you can and cannot do to protect your boat from a storm. Remember to pay attention to furled sails, they really need to be secured!

Many boaties have the misconception that when their boat is hauled out for storage or not being used, that it is a lot more secure and safe from harm’s way. Our claims figures tell a different story.

Well another summer is indeed here. Jan and Feb are probably our biggest months for claims, both in volume and severity.

Launching situations may depend on each boat ramp and with different tide and water levels. Launching must progress slowly until you are familiar with the water and ramp levels. You may ought to adapt the following steps for...

Whether you are thinking to buy or sell a boat, you will have to know and understand some of the key points to get an agreement done with the other party. No matter what the deal size, you want to ensure everyone is on the s...

More and more people are developing an interest in water sports. Among the most popular water sports is jet skiing. Here at Mariner, we always want our boaties to get the full protection they need while enjoying the water.