Posted on 29 Aug 2012 by Neilson
Norman-Spencer Agency, Inc announced today the acquisition of New York-based Keenan Marine Insurance Agency, LLC. Keenan Marine is a national specialty yacht insurance agency and has provided comprehensive solutions to yacht owners across the United States for many years.
“With this change, there are clear benefits to yacht owners throughout the U.S.,” notes John Keenan, founder. “In particular, Norman-Spencer’s national presence, service capabilities, and vast array of programs mean those searching for yacht insurance will now have access to a broad selection of successful marine insurance products.”
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to expand on the niche marketing success Keenan Marine has built over the last 10 years,” said Paul Sexton, vice president of Norman-Spencer’s Marine Insurance Services division. “Acquiring this book of business adds yet another channel of distribution to Norman-Spencer’s already successful dealership platform, and furthers our marine presence along the Eastern seaboard.”
Norman-Spencer’s Marine Insurance Services division is a specialized provider of recreational boat and yacht insurance. Coverages range from AquaPac, the endorsed consumer insurance program of the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas, to the FishOn insurance program, high performance boats, yacht and mega yacht programs. The MRAA is a national association representing boat and engine dealers and other retailers across North America.
About Norman-Spencer Agency, Inc.
Norman-Spencer’s Marine Insurance Services division has provided marine dealers, marinas, agents and tens of thousands of boat owners and fishermen with innovative, cost-effective marine insurance programs for more than 30 years.
Norman-Spencer also provides industry leading insurance services to clients and insurance buyers nationwide with over 10 proprietary in-house programs covering industries like construction, real estate, and professional lines.
More information is available at www.norman-spencer.com.