We’re halfway through spring—but that doesn’t mean you should only halfway prep your boat this season. Before getting back on the water, there are some important steps you should take to ensure you boat is seaworthy and safe. Having a set checklist can be useful to make certain you’re ready to head out on the water.
This month’s boating tip from National Marine Underwriters provides a checklist that captures information for annual boat preparation. Read the full article here and check out other tips and insights at nmu.com and imu.com.
As we near the end of the season, those of us in “winter weather” areas are counting down the days to spring and summer—and to getting our boats back in the water! As we patiently wait for the start of our favorite season on the water, there is still plenty to be done on dry land; like brushing up on our navigation skills.
This month’s boating tip from our International Marine Underwriters discusses the importance of nautical charts and how to understand them. Read the full article here and check out other tips and insights at nmu.com and imu.com.
The completion of our acquisition by Intact Financial Corporation was announced this morning. We’re excited to officially be part of the Intact Financial Corporation family and to create a leading North American specialty insurer.
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, it is time for boaters in seasonal areas to begin winterizing their vessels. Whether your boat will spend the season in or out of the water, you can find some helpful tips for wintertime storage in this National Marine Underwriters (NMU) article.
The more work you put into storing a boat, the easier it will be to get back on the water come springtime. For further information on decommissioning your vessel, please read NMU’s article “Tips for Winterizing Your Watercraft.”
The United States Powerboat Show kicks off in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday, October 15. If you are attending the three-day event, we invite you to visit with National Marine Underwriters’ (NMU) Patty Goodchild and Al Saunders. The NMU team will be exhibiting at booth AB5, near the Phillips Seafood restaurant.
Now in its 44th year, the U.S. Powerboat Show gathers boaters from around the world to the historic Annapolis seaport. To learn more, visit the event website.
With the Fourth of July holiday approaching, boat owners and guests alike are gearing up for a weekend on the water.
To help ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all onboard, National Marine Underwriters’ offers useful resources including a pre-departure checklist and tips on boating etiquette. Click here to access these resources on NMU.com>>
We hope you enjoy the Fourth of July holiday and wish you safe summertime travels!
If you’re attending the Chicago boat show this week, we invite you to visit with our National Marine Underwriters (NMU) team. NMU’s Al Saunders will be manning exhibition booth A333 at the show, taking place January 14 – 18 at McCormick Place. Stop by to meet with Al and learn more about our marine insurance services!
For more information on the event, please visit: www.chicagoboatshow.com.
National Marine Underwriters (NMU) is pleased to announce its newly redesigned website www.nmu.com. Now you can get the same great information about our boat and yacht offerings, plus new information such as news and events and relevant industry articles. Additionally, to improve your experience, the website is mobile-enabled for viewing on a smart phone or tablet.
Check out the website and see what you think!