Knox Marine Consultants holding annual conference


Knox Marine Consultants is holding its 17th annual Yacht Claims Conference Jan. 20-21 at the Volvo Penta Service Training Center in Chesapeake, Va.

The cost is $450, but discounts are available for groups of four or more.

The program was developed for marine surveyors, insurance adjusters, claims handlers and underwriters, attorneys, repairers and others who deal in the investigation and adjustment of pleasure boat losses.

Knox Marine applies for continuing education credits for adjusters. Licensed Florida adjusters will receive 12 credits. Approval is pending in North Carolina, Delaware and Texas. The Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors and the National Association of Marine Surveyors have awarded 12 credits for the conference.

Credits for adjusters from other states can be arranged by advance request. For information, e-mail Steve Knox or call (804) 222-5627.

Knox Marine Consultants is a marine survey firm specializing in yacht insurance damage surveys and accident investigation/reconstruction.

Click here for information or to register.


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