High Water Levels: Tips for Boating Safely

Parks Canada has delayed the start of the 2017 boating season for the Rideau Canal and Trent Severn Waterway until Friday, May 26. Both waterways are closed to all boat traffic while all forms of water-based activity are discouraged. ‘According to Parks Canada, the closure will help protect boaters while preventing further shoreline erosion and property damage… Read More »

Rick Mercer Chats Boat Insurance with Skipper’s Plan

Just about every Canadian outside the sphere of politics loves Rick Mercer like they love slamming back a double-double and rolling up the rim. Most politicians  enjoy watching their opponents being dissected in one of Rick’s Rants but few dare to engage the political satirist for fear of becoming the punch line. When I saw Rick and his camera crew approaching the… Read More »

How To Buy Boat Insurance (Part 2)

Buying boat insurance is easy right?  If you know what to look for it is but for first time boat owners the process can appear a bit confusing . If you are buying your first boat I would like to offer some tips so you avoid the common mistakes of first time buyers. In my… Read More »

2016 Rolex Sailor of the Year | Sail Canada

John McRoberts and Jackie Gay – 2016 Rolex Sailor of the Year Saturday, February 4, 2016 – Toronto, ON On Saturday night, John McRoberts and Jackie Gay of Royal Victoria Yacht Club were honoured with the most prestigious National sailing award of the year at the Carlu in Toronto, Ontario. The SKUD team were recognized… Read More »

How to Buy Boat Insurance ( Part 1)

Our primary role as your insurance broker is to shop the market on your behalf to obtain the best coverage at the best price. We are also here as your advocate and adviser on many issues related to boat ownership. However, some people miss out on our free service and advice because they leave insurance… Read More »
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