May 6, 2021

Navigating the “Perils”: An Introduction into the World of Marine Insurance

This one-hour presentation on May 26th at 7pm will cover the unique history, structure, and current landscape of the marine insurance market

Each month on the last Wednesday at 7pm EST, we will bring you a deep dive into a topic of interest to small boat professional captains. The next seminar will be May 26th.

Navigating the “Perils”:  An Introduction into the World of Marine Insurance

The Professional Captains Association (PCA) is proud to announce that the team from Carey, Richmond
and Viking (CR&V) Insurance will be hosting this month’s Pro Seminar. While discussing insurance needs is not always on the forefront of the minds of professional captains, it is a topic that needs to be addressed as there is
always the chance that you will need to be covered.

In this one-hour seminar, PCA Members will learn the following:

  • Why do I need insurance?
  • What kind of insurance is best for my trade/application?
  • The different types of liability insurance in the commercial marine market.
  • What to do if you are injured or your employee is injured underway?
  • How does defense work in insurance claims?
  • What are some common gaps and holes in policies?
  • Loss prevention/risk management
  • What do I need to get an accurate and affordable policy?

Speakers from Carey, Richmond, and Viking Insurance will help provide insights into why insurance is important and how it can help you save in the long run.

  • Brendan Crawford, is the Commerical Marine Account Executive for CR&V. He is also USCG Master-50 Ton Captain with 14 years in Marine Operation Management in boatyards.
  • Robin Anderson, Director of Client’s Services and Personal Insurance
  • David Andrade, President of Carey Richmond and Viking Insurance