At Safe Harbor, the newest name in vessel pollution insurance is also the most experienced. With roughly 50 cumulative years of experience, Safe Harbor continues to offer the strongest and longest track record of combined expertise solely dedicated to the vessel pollution industry.
Since Safe Harbor's inception in 2013, premium continues to grow year-over-year, market share has grown to approximately 35% and account retention is at 92%. Safe Harbor has also increased its capacity from $50 million to $100 million, and now have the ability to write limits up to $175 million - demonstrating the confidence from the Safe Harbor security panel. The two founding members of Safe Harbor continue to drive this growth, and have doubled its Underwriting Operations team. Additional support and claims staff have also been hired, providing better overall customer experience from policy issuance to claims handling.
Offering the broadest coverage, largest spill response network and most transparent claims process in the industry, Safe Harbor is more than an insurance company; it is a partner and vessel pollution expert you can rely on.
WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT WORKING WITH SAFE HARBOR:
"I truly appreciate working with Safe Harbor and the entire staff. Safe Harbor is such a well-run and efficient business. The entire transaction, from quoting risks, through working with accounting and of course claims handling is very professional. As a producer, I feel valued and know that you as principals have a pulse on what is taking place with my agency."
"Everyone at Safe Harbor has been great to work with. Excellent Customer Service seems to be a way of life at Safe Harbor."
"What I value most is Safe Harbor’s responsiveness. They will follow up with me well in advanced of a renewal, and they will send a quote and bind faster than of their competitors. They definitely help make my life easier as a broker and that’s a big plus at the end of the day."
"Safe Harbor is the most responsive carrier across all lines of business. I never have to worry about a lapse in coverage due to lack of responsiveness."