GEICO Marine No Longer Distributing Through Independent Agents and Brokers

Jun 9, 2021 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

As of May 24th, 2021, GEICO Marine no longer distributes its boat and yacht insurance products through independent agents and brokers. Beginning with policies expiring on September 21st, 2021, all policies will eventually receive notices of non-renewal. If you have a GEICO Marine policy, your current coverage is in place.

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If you are our client, we will contact you at least 30 days before your policy expiration date to offer you a high-quality, highly rated marine insurance policy from one of our many marine insurance market options. All you need to do is review the comparable policy and pay your premium invoice by the due date. It’s that easy! Clients are also encouraged to reach out to us with questions any time at service@globalmarineinsurance.com or call 800-748-0224.

All boaters not already partnered with Global Marine can receive marine insurance guidance by filling out our online quote form. Note: only fields with a * are required, but the more information you can provide, the better we can help you. A marine insurance specialist will contact you with custom-tailored insurance solutions.

We serve boaters. Our purpose is to help you navigate ongoing marine insurance industry challenges so you may continually receive the best options available. We are pleased to advise you of the best coverage and price available and share news of industry changes. If you have questions, reach out; we enjoy connecting with other boaters.

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