Heavy equipment on floating platforms, changing weather and constant motion require marine contractors to face many subsurface risks. Learn more about the subsurface risks marine contractors encounter.
Damage, theft, vandalism, and loss of equipment overboard can imperil the equipment marine contractors depend upon for construction projects.
LED lamps on smaller/coastal watercraft may cause electromagnetic interference, which can result in poor reception on VHF frequencies, according to a U.S. Coast Guard alert.
There’s a lot that can happen to cargo on its journey. Protecting yourself from these cargo-related risks is key to protecting your supply chain.
Risks change when a vessel is inactive. Prepare in advance to protect your vessel and equipment from losses that can be caused by weather, tides, equipment breakdown, theft, vandalism and other hazards.
Marine and non-marine coverages for operations, includes marine services suppliers, marine transportation and construction, ocean cargo, and luxury yacht owners.
Protection for a business’ property that is mobile in nature or requires unique valuation for the construction, transportation, fine art and renewable energy industries.
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