Docking your vessel at a marina is one of the most common ways for safe storage, whilst providing an easy getaway for those last minute trips.
No matter where you store your vessel, it is essential to have adequate insurance. But deciding the kind of insurance can be difficult. Ensuring your boat insurance is up to date is essential for peace of mind when leaving your vessel at a marina. Whatever your skill level, we've compiled a range of resources to help guide you through proper maintenance checks before venturing out to sea.
Storing your boat at a marina has many benefits, from enhanced security to being part of a close-knit community. But there are certain precautions you should take regardless of mooring situation and general good boat safety protocol you should follow.
Choosing a marina depends on your primary location and the type of boat you own, however there are other things to consider. Discover our top 7 things you need to be aware of when choosing a marina.
What is MyBoat?
MyBoat is a free online portal for the boat owner community. It’s the only free boating service in the UK! MyBoat keeps all of your important boat information in one place and sends you
alerts using its easy-to-use digital organiser. It also keeps you updated with the latest news, views and weather, tailored to your travels as well as offering you some amazing discounts.
How can I receive discounts with MyBoat?
To gain these discounts you have to have insurance from GJW Direct and have an account on MyBoat. Once on MyBoat, navigate to the My Discounts tab, where you’ll be able to see all of your own discounts. We’ve partnered up with some amazing companies to ensure you receive great discounts off boat essentials, including:
● Safety products
● Boat fittings
● Cleaning products
● Narrowboat accessories
● Travel insurance
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