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Dry-Docking: How to Keep Ships and Ship Repairers Safe | Working on a ship is never completely safe. Working on dry docks can be hazardous for more than a few reasons. Even with strong, lasting measures in place to protect workers, accidents can still happen.

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Asbestos: A Rising Hazard for Boat Builders | Asbestos used to be a necessity when it came down to constructing buildings, boats, and other projects. But, information has come out that confirms that it is hazardous to breathe in asbestos. Why did it take so long for society to realize the detrime...

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OSHA’s Tips for Fire Protection in Shipyards | Every 24 seconds, a fire department across the United States responds to some sort of fire, according to the National Fire Protection Association. While it’s unclear how many of those are exactly shipyard fires, the fact that there were almost 500,00...

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Safety Risks in Boat Cleaning | Most of the time cleaning the boat is a safe and rewarding task. Washing and detailing a boat can make it look brand new. However, boat cleaning accidents do happen sometimes. These accidents can potentially damage the boat and cause injuries or even death to boat ...

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How Often Should Docks Undergo Maintenance, and What Do They Need? | Just like any other structure, docks need to be maintained. Docks are subject to weather changes, general wear-and-tear, and mildew, and decay. By maintaining a dock, your clients can ensure its appearance, safety, and longevity...

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Important Advice for Dredging Safety | Regardless of the industry in which you work, employee safety should always be a priority. It’s an unfortunate fact of life that some jobs are simply more dangerous than others. To the layman, construction sites are thought of as hazardous, but the layman do...

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OSHA Requirements for Shipyards | Following the guidelines set by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration is an incredibly important step for ship repairers to take that ensures nothing bad happens on the job. There was 5,147 worker fatalities in 2017; amounting to an average of 99 a week...

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Ways in Which Your Marina Clients Can be More Environmentally Friendly | With over 57 percent of Americans worried a great deal about the pollution of our waters, it’s no wonder that your marina clients are looking for ways to be more environmentally friendly. Humans are not kind to the environme...

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Founded in the mid-1990s, Merrimac Marine Insurance is focused on assisting agency partners successfully securing and placing recreational marine business. We are recognized as a marine insurance leader as we have continuously been committed to providing updated coverages and policy enhancements that are in sync with the modernized facilities that comprise this industry. We all also keep in step with emerging risks so that the insurance products we offer address new and evolving exposures.

Merrimac offers the knowledge and talent, market access, and coverage strategy to make business happen for agents. Moreover, what distinguishes Merrimac in the insurance industry is the added value we offer to agencies and brokers to help obtain and retain accounts. This value is evident in the expertise we deliver, our knowledge of where to go to place risks, and in our ability to put together a program that fits the insured’s needs year after year.

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