Atlass Insurance offers high-performance boat policy

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Marine insurance provider Atlass Insurance Group is offering the Prime Time Boat Insurance product, available through Atlass and other independent insurance agents nationwide.

“There is a significant need for a customized boat insurance product designed for the high-performance and special-risks market,” company founder and CEO Frank Atlass said in a statement. “This is a market segment that many of the larger insurers choose not to write.”

Prime Time’s insurance is for owner-operated boats valued from $50,000 to $3 million.

Atlass Insurance aims to be a one-stop-shop for independent insurance agents needing access to the marine insurance markets,” Laura Sherrod, senior vice president of Atlass Special Risks Division, said in a statement. “We are proud of our relationships we have developed with more than 1,000 independent agencies across the country who rely on us for our marine underwriting expertise, proprietary and other well-known marine insurance products.”

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