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.
Are you new to boating? If so, consider some practice at your ramp – or any ramp to improve your backing. Rolling down both lanes of a dual lane ramp isn’t a good idea.
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.
Some of the calmest days are to be had in winter, along with maintenance and servicing woes that can be experienced from lack of use from boat being ignored over the winter months, extend the usage by exploring the numerous m...
Well another summer is indeed here. Jan and Feb are probably our biggest months for claims, both in volume and severity.
Mariner is proud to be the new insurance partner of Trade Zone Addicted to Fishing with Nicky Sinden. Quality Boat insurance is important to keep Nicky on the water and we are stoked that she has chosen Mariner Insurance as h...
It’s easy to believe that a man who owns a boat is difficult to impress with a Christmas present, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
We’ve made some research and built an ultimate list of fishing apps for you. Use this guide to build the perfect combination of apps to can help you catch more fish.
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...
Engine oil contamination causes numerous equipment failures. Here are eight remedies that may help solve common oil contamination problems.
Before trying to cross the bar of any harbour, it is recommended to seek for local advice, have knowledge about the area and ask an experienced skipper to accompany you on your travel.