A lesser known business insurance that protects the transportation of goods over land is called Inland Marine insurance. Inland Marine insurance covers any goods in transit anywhere except on the high seas. The property is required to be movable or be included in the nationwide definition of marine insurance. Both bridges and tunnels, because they are instruments of transportation, are also considered appropriate subjects for inland marine insurance. This type of business insurance also often includes several “floater” policies, such as personal effects, personal property, jewelry, furs, and other valuables.