Property such as Water Craft can even sustain water damage
Damages of Flooding to Boats and Water Craft
Floods come with rising water. Often the water will rise, and then recede. It would not seem practical that a boat could sustain water damage, but it in fact, is true. Yachts and personal watercraft of all sizes are designed to float, not to sink, so water can damage these types of assets the same way that water can damage a home.
Imagine your boat getting shifted to the side, and then massively flooding with water. Inside the boat are your personal belongings, appliances, furniture and more. So, just like a house, flooding to high-value water craft can be very expensive.
Many boat owners are aware that if a hurricane comes, their boat may be demolished, tossed on shore, capsized or sunk, but they rarely anticipate flooding that simply fills the vessel with water. Water crafts are expensive pieces of property so mitigating water damage even to boats is crucial to ensure that flooding, and any potential mold growth are kept at bay.