Marine Insurance on Fer-A-Lite hulls

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by lachome, Oct 18, 2008.

  1. lachome
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    lachome New Member

    Does anyone know what Insurance co. is writing Hull insurance on Fer-A-Lite boats?? My experience is that Insurance companies consider Fer-A-Lite a form of cement, the use of the word (mortar) has them all confused.:confused:
     
  2. darr
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    darr Open Minded

    Missed this one

    All Fer-A-Lite boats that I am familiar with are registered/documented as Fiberglass hulls, since in fact it is a trowlable fiberglass material.
     
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