Company expands marine insurance program

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The Norman-Spencer Agency announced that its AquaPac Boat/Yacht Insurance Program will be available to boat owners, boat dealers and insurance agents nationally, beginning March 1.

AquaPac provides broad, affordable coverage that accommodates the full spectrum of boats.

“We’re building on the tremendous success that AquaPac has had over the last 30 years in the West Coast market,” Paul Sexton, national boat/yacht director for Norman-Spencer’s Marine Insurance Services division, said in a statement.

“This innovative program, paired with very high service standards, has always been highly regarded by boaters, dealers, marine industry groups and the general insurance industry,” he added. “We’re excited to launch the program coast to coast and also provide vast product, policy and pricing upgrades in the process.”

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