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Safety at sea. Security on shore.

Your guide to watercraft protection

Your guide to watercraft protection

Whether you own a runabout, sailboat, yacht or mega-yacht with a full-time captain and crew, we offer some of the most comprehensive coverage and services available.

Superior protection on and off the water. Chubb offers some of the most comprehensive protection and services available. We offer protection that’s built and tailored to your needs, whether you own a trawler, runabout, or a motor yacht, or they’ve been boating for one year or 30.

Cruise with Confidence.

Cruise with Confidence.

For information or to get a quote, contact Jeremy Backman at 201.479.6384 or jeremy.backman@chubb.com.

Why choose Chubb?

Choice and Flexibility. We offer easy options to combine multiple watercraft policies onto one, or to opt for higher limits on key coverages. From small boats to mega-yachts, we offer exceptional coverage for all types of watercraft.

We look for ways to do more. Our team of recreational marine experts will help you craft the right insurance coverage. And if you have a loss, our Recreational Marine Claims Adjusters are dedicated solely to watercraft claims. This means which means they understand exactly what needs to be repaired, and they can help you get back on the water in no time.

We look for ways to say yes. In 98 percent of all Chubb claims, our Claims Adjusters make contact within six hours or less of the initial report. And Claims Adjusters have the authority to pay claims, but can’t deny a claim without a manager’s approval.

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