EMI Marine Transport - If you end up needing insurance info from EMI Transports, Inc, they will see you as target for bullying
Adding to the recent review posted on the today, I recommend that if you are already engaged in business with Nick Evan's EMI Transport, Inc, then obtain the Bill of Lading and the full insurance information prior to your transport.As soon as we asked had to ask for it, not only Nick Evans turned into a bully, but he was also uncooperative for many weeks when the insurance agency contacted him.
He will also wait as long as possible to waste your time; this is what happened with the Paypal and insurance claims. Then, despite us having a signed paper agreement admitting to the boat's damage and despite having other witnesses, pictures, and videos of the damage, his insurance did not cover the damages because there was no Bill of Lading (even though we asked Nick Evans we wanted to know how to fully prepare for our first boat transport and they've been in business since 2001). Also, EMI Transport's deductible is $1000 so don't rely on their website's exact verbiage "$2,000,000 in liability and $250,000 in cargo coverage"; if your loving boat is damaged and the repair is under $1000, then that comes out of your pocket. Other stellar reviews on EMI Transport's Uship webpage is probably due to customers having luck that their boat was never damaged.
Our boat is old from the late 70's, but proven to be in great condition to drive down the beautiful St Croix and Mississippi rivers, just days before the transport.We are heart broken that we cannot further adventure in our dear second home and that we are unreasonably getting screwed by bad business.
Reason of review: Damaged or defective.
Preferred solution: Full refund.