This amount of insurance applies to the boat (sometimes referred to as the hull). This limit provides physical damage insurance for the boat, and any permanently attached equipment, such as the inboard motor.
This limit of insurance would apply if an outboard motor is attached to the boat. An inboard/outboard motor would be covered under coverage A since it is a permanent attachment.
This limit applies to any portable boat equipment or accessories. Some items that may be included in this limit are; dinghies, tenders, life preservers, cushions, fire extinguishers, anchors, oars, citizen band radios, ship to shore radios, and other transmitting and receiving equipment while used in or on the boat.
This limit applies to the trailer. Very few policies include this coverage under boat equipment.
This limit provides liability insurance for the insured or any other person using the boat with the insured's permission. Coverage is provided for bodily injury and property damage arising from the ownership or operation of the boat.
This coverage pays the necessary medical expenses incurred by a covered person within one to three years from the date of a boat accident. A covered person is the insured, a family member, or any person occupying the boat at the time of an accident. Payment could be made for such expenses as medical and dental x-ray's and services, nursing fees, ambulance charges, and funeral expenses.
This amount applies to each occurrence and each boat or trailer listed in the policy. The insurer is obligated to pay only when a covered loss exceeds the deductible shown in the policy.