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PARIS TN: Boat reported stolen from resort in Kentucky after owner dies

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

PARIS TN: Boat reported stolen from resort in Kentucky after owner dies
News from Paris Post Intelligencer:

Posted: Tuesday, January 6, 2015 11:48 am | Updated: 12:06 pm, Tue Jan 6, 2015.

A boat was stolen from the Tennessee portion of a Kentucky resort in the past month. 

Cpl. Forrest Kemp of the Henry County Sheriff’s Department stated the theft was reported Monday at Cypress Trail Resort in New Concord.

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Tips to protect your property from hurricanes

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Tips to protect your property from hurricanes
News from wwlp.com:

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (MEMA) – Throughout this year’s Atlantic Hurricane Season, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) urges homeowners and boat owners to protect their property from strong winds, damaging rains, and flooding that hurricanes or tropical storms can bring to New England.

“There are several steps which we can all take to help make our homes and property more storm resistant,” said MEMA Director Kurt Schwartz. “Early planning and preparation can be the key to your safety.”

Here are some examples of how to protect your property:

  • Learn the particular hurricane risks for your area. Find out if your home is subject to storm surge or inland flooding by contacting your local Emergency Management Director.
  • It important to “Know Your Zone “. As part of the Commonwealth’s hurricane preparedness campaign, MEMA, in coordination with the Army Corps of Engineers, FEMA and local public safety officials, Hurricane Evacuation Zone maps which are located on the MEMA website at

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Why Boats Sink: 10 Prevention Tips From BoatUS

Monday, June 30th, 2014

Why Boats Sink: 10 Prevention Tips From BoatUS
News from DigitalJournal.com:

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When a boat sinks, that’s likely the end of her. That’s because repairs on a sunken boat often cost more than the actual value of the boat. So if boaters want to prevent a sinking at all costs, what can they do? Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) recently took its first significant look since 2006 at its boat insurance claims files to identify the causes of boat sinkings and found that most were preventable. About two out of every three (69%) boats sink at the dock or mooring, while the remainder (31%) sink while underway.

Of all of the dock/mooring sinkings, 39% occur when some small part gives up the fight with water due to wear, tear and corrosion. When it comes to gradual leaks due to slowly failing parts, too many boats existed in a “zombie state” somewhere between floating and sinking, dependent upon the bilge pump, which merely postponed the sinking until the pump failed or was overwhelmed. This one is a no-brainer: lack of maintenance is the factor here.

For boat sinkings while underway, the most common cause (43%) is hitting something – a log, the bottom or colliding with another…………… continues on DigitalJournal.com

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Mariners Insurance Launches 90 Second Boat Insurance Quotes From All The …

Monday, April 14th, 2014

Mariners Insurance Launches 90 Second Boat Insurance Quotes From All The …
News from DigitalJournal.com:

Mariners Insurance are now offering price comparison services that can help people get great deals on boat insurance in as little as 90 seconds.

Newport Beach, CA, United States of America – April 14, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Owning a boat is liberating, and is especially popular along the coast of California, where there are more than 855,000 boats registered. Owning a boat comes with its share of responsibilities however, much like owning a car, and the most important of these is insurance. Insurance protects individuals from damage, theft, collision and even breakdowns, and most importantly keeps owners insured in case of accidents in which they were at fault. Boat insurance can be extortionate however, and Mariners General Insurance Group was founded on the principles of securing reasonable rates for boat owners. Now, they offer price comparison services that can secure the lowest boat insurance quotes in less than 90 seconds.

Mariners Insurance take the details of the boat in question and then syndicate the information to insurance companies who send their most competitive quote, making the companies compete against each other to drive prices down. This process takes less than a minute and a half,…………… continues on DigitalJournal.com

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Slidell insurance agent suspended for misappropriating funds from recreation …

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Slidell insurance agent suspended for misappropriating funds from recreation …
News from The Times-Picayune:

The owner of a Slidell insurance agency has been served with a summary suspension and a cease-and-desist order for allegedly misappropriating insurance premium funds from a St. Tammany Parish recreation district, the Louisiana Department of Insurance reported Friday. Michael Neely, a property and casualty producer and owner of Mike Neely Insurance Agency, L.L.C., allegedly misappropriated thousands of dollars in insurance premiums, the department said.

The state’s action means the insurance agency must stop operating, a Department of Insurance spokeswoman said. The case will be turned over to State Police, she said.

Fraud Division investigators said Neely accepted a check for $ 9,824 from the parish’s 4th Recreation District for the purchase of property and casualty insurance, a new release from the Department of Insurance said. But Neely failed to purchase the insurance coverage, it said.

Authorities said Neely later refunded the premium to the recreation district.

He faces revocation of his insurance producer license as well as a possible fine imposed by the co…………… continues on The Times-Picayune

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Bayport woman accused of embezzling from insurance agency

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Bayport woman accused of embezzling from insurance agency
News from Pioneer Press:

The co-owner of a Stillwater insurance agency is accused of bilking the business out of more than $ 130,000 and using the money for personal purposes, according to charges filed last week.

Carol Lynn Greethurst, 51, of Bayport was charged March 13 with one count of felony theft by swindle.

An employee of the Kathy SchoebbornAtkins Farmer’s Insurance agency called Stillwater police in July about the possible theft of business funds, according to a criminal complaint. The employee believed Greethurst had been “embezzling money from the insurance company by using her position within the company as the accountant to swindle $ 136,482.63 over a period from January of 2010 to July 2013.”

Investigators said an audit showed Greethurst had obtained the funds by padding her paychecks, withdrawing funds from the business’ line of credit and “receiving false reimbursements through payroll withholding,” the complaint said.

Greethurst allegedly used the ill-gotten money “to pay for boat slips and personal credit cards and expenses,” including insurance.

She does not appear to have a criminal record in Minnesota.

A message left for Greethurst Monday was returned by a man who said, “We will not be making any comments.”

Greethurst’s first court appearance is scheduled for May 1.

Elizabeth Mohr can be reached at 651…………… continues on Pioneer Press

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Selling boats worldwide, from Sarasota

Monday, December 23rd, 2013

Selling boats worldwide, from Sarasota
News from Sarasota Herald-Tribune:

Published: Monday, December 23, 2013 at 1:00 a.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, December 21, 2013 at 5:32 p.m.

But for the two owners of POP Yachts International, who were themselves hurt in the real estate crash, the combination of boat sell-offs and their own software acumen resulted in a new kind of boat brokerage that has taken the industry by storm.

Less than five years old, the Sarasota company operates a national brokerage that completed its 1,000th boat sale of 2013 earlier this month, at an average price of $ 38,000.

The business is fueled by Internet listings that fan out to 150 sites.

“We conservatively expect sales growth of 30 percent to 60 percent in 2014,” said Nick Owens, chief technology officer and co-owner of the business with Scott McNally.

Going into 2014, the company has 4,300 live listings, which are being shown by 140 agents nationwide.

Besides the global Web exposure, customers are drawn in by the business covenant inherent in the company’s name, which stands for “Paid On Performance.”

McNally, POP’s chief operating officer, came up with the concept in which sellers are only obliged to pay sales commissions if POP brings in a deal that sellers agree to. Sellers, meanwhile, can continue working to sell their boats on their own.

“That was one of the keys for getting so many list…………… continues on Sarasota Herald-Tribune

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Fire fighters try to save RVs and boats from flames

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

Fire fighters try to save RVs and boats from flames
News from KRDO:


Firefighters tried to save recreational vehicles and boats from the flames at an early morning fire at an RV and boat storage lot.

The fire started around 4:30 Friday morning on Panonia Street near Powers Boulevard and Galley Road at Peak View Storage.  It took crews 30 minutes to get the fire under control.

Matt Love, Cimarron Hills Fire Chief, said 10 to 15 RVs and boats were damaged in the fire. Most of the units damaged were a total loss.

“They’re very close together, so when the fire starts in one, it moves to the rest of those fairly quickly,” said Love. “We were able to force entry into [some of] them and extinguish the fire before it took out everything in the trailer.”

Firefighters said the RV’s propane tanks and air-conditioning units were a concern during their hour-long effort to put out the fire. There were multiple AC units, propane tanks and tires that exploded.

Love said he and his crew were surprised to see people milling around the site when they arrived a…………… continues on KRDO

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BILOXI, Miss.: DMR leases boats from director’s foundation | State | The Sun …

Sunday, December 9th, 2012

BILOXI, Miss.: DMR leases boats from director’s foundation | State | The Sun …
News from SunHerald.com:

— The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources has spent more than $ 1.4 million in public money on two recreational fishing boats leased from a foundation managed by the agency’s director.

The Sun Herald reports ( http://bit.ly/VspAbr) that the Mississippi Marine Resources Foundation supplies DMR with a 36-foot Topaz open fisherman and a 42-foot Californian convertible. Paid for with public money, the DMR leases, upgrades, repairs, maintains and stores the boats, which are valued at $ 350,000 and $ 284,000 for insurance purposes.

The newspaper reports that Bill Walker, the head of DMR, manages the foundation.

The revelation comes at a time when DMR is facing state and federal audits. The agency’s use of public money to buy and conserve coastal property also is under scrutiny.

Walker told the Sun Herald that DMR leased the boats for the Artificial Reef Program to take people out and educate them about marine resources.

Walker said the foundation gets money from private donations.

“No state money goes to the foundation other than reimbursements for insurance on the vessels and whatever they spend on maintenance and repairs, and all of that is covered under a lease agreement between the department and the foundation,” he said.

When asked if the two boats are necessary, Walker said…………… continues on SunHerald.com

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Boat Insurance in the US Industry Market Research Report Now Available from …

Friday, December 7th, 2012

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News from Midland Daily News:

As the economy and disposable income improve, consumers will likely loosen their purse strings and return to spending on boats and, thus, necessary insurance. For this reason, industry research firm IBISWorld has updated its report on the Boat Insurance industry.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 07, 2012

The Boat Insurance industry has struggled to stay afloat over the past five years due to low demand in the wake of the Great Recession, says IBISWorld industry analyst Eben Jose. An annualized 8.0% increase in oil prices also made boating more expensive over the period. Combined with low disposable income, new boat sales plunged more than 15.0% annually between 2008 and 2010. Likewise, existing boat owners chose to downgrade their boat insurance policies to cut costs. Consequently, industry revenue is projected to sink 0.9% annually on average to $ 25.9 billion over five the years to 2012. Higher competition stemmed from online retail, facilitating the comparison of boat insurance products. It also led to increased market share for major companies like Allstate and State Farm, which were best positioned to offer discou…………… continues on Midland Daily News

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