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Boat association offering online quote service

National Boat Owners Association (NBOA Marine Insurance) has launched a new Web site at: www.nboat.com.

The site will streamline the quote-request process and provide boat owners with competitive, quick-response rates.

The NBOA aims to educate boat owners by providing industry insight, custom towing programs and specialized insurance services online. The site’s key feature is an interactive quote-request form containing informative text boxes. Definitions of policy terms and helpful instructions enhance the quote-request process and ensure the collection of accurate data.

Additional features include up-to-date industry and boat owner information, monthly e-newsletter publications and an online Ship’s Store, offering discounted safety equipment and specialty boating items.

“There are other insurance companies that offer similar online quoting services,” said NBOA president Jeffrey Berndt in a statement. “But since we cater to the entire boating lifestyle, we had to be sure the new Web site reflected all of our services appropriately.”

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