12 safety tips for recreational boaters
As the weather warms up, many of us head to lakes, rivers, or the ocean to fish, waterski, cruise, and relax onboard a boat, yacht or other personal watercraft.
From small boats to large yachts, it’s smooth sailing with Chubb.
Whether you own a runabout, sailboat, yacht or mega-yacht with a full-time captain and crew, we offer some of the most comprehensive coverage and services available.
For over a hundred years, we've offered unparalleled stability and protection with our boat and yacht insurance.
Watch this short video to see how Chubb kept their client cruising when they experienced some trouble in the water.
An ideal knot to keep the free end of a line from running out of a block or fairlead.
Sometimes referred to as the “King of Knots,” it forms a fixed loop that won’t slip, but is easy to untie.
Used at sea for reefing and furling sails.
Used to secure a line to a ring on a buoy or anchor rode. A strong, chafe-resistant knot.
Reliable, quickly tied, and the hitch most often used in mooring.
The general purpose hitch, used wherever you need a quick, simple way of securing a line around a post, railing, spar or cleat.
This information is descriptive only. All products may not be available in all jurisdictions. Coverage is subject to the language of the policies as issued.
Speak to an independent agent about your insurance needs.