Do I need insurance for a speed boat in the UK?

Anyone give me advice about speed boat insurance cover policy.
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Asked Jun 16, 2012
Ask an insurance broker in the UK where the boat is operated. If you type, "speed boat insurance UK" in a search engine, there is a long list of them.
Answered Jun 16, 2012
Speedboat Insurance protects your boat against theft, accidental damage, malicious injury and salvage charges. It also includes up to £3 million Third Party Liability as standard that, protects you if your craft damages another boat, someone else’s property or causes injury to a person. With a motorboat insurance, you'll be able to add on optional extras like Water Ski and Water Toy Liability which is able to cover you if you cause any damage to property or injure another person, once using water skis, wake boards, donuts or bananas. If you regularly tow your boat between wherever you motor and wherever you keep it, Road Transit may be added on as an optional extra and can make sure that you’re covered against accidental damage, theft or loss once towing your boat.

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