FUELING THE PASSION WITH GETMYBOAT
Established in 2013, GetMyBoat has grown to become the world’s largest online boat rental and water experience marketplace. GetMyBoat boasts an impressive 108,000+ listings in 184 countries and covers over 9,300 destinations globally. This innovative peer-to-peer boat rental approach brings the world of boating to everyone, whether they are an accomplished captain or completely new to boating. The platform caters to a growing market of people looking for new experiences, easy access, greater affordability and flexibility in their choices.
Search > Book > Enjoy
Search 108,000 boats, ready to rent or charter in top boating destinations, all over the world right from the palm of your hand. Simply message the owner and book with an easy-to-use booking platform. Then enjoy personalized experiences with expert local guides or self-guided rentals. There are experiences for everyone, every destination, every occasion.
List Your Boat > Earn Income
Boat owners of any kind – whether it is a sailboat, motorboat, canoe or any other vessel – can post their details completely free of charge on GetMyBoat to attract rentals or charters for their watercraft. This approach not only bolsters the boating industry but also benefits the individual boat owners by lowering their overall cost of ownership by enabling them to generate income by maximizing their vessel’s utilization on the water. Win win win.
Partnership with YANMAR
By partnering with YANMAR, GetMyBoat benefits from YANMAR’s global presence and long-standing heritage in the leisure marine industry, propelling the growth of its boat rental platform. The result of this partnership will be the realization of both companies’ mutual vision for encouraging more people – anywhere in the world – to enjoy a first-class experience on the water. The increase in the participation of boat-based activities will benefit the industry at large by stimulating a desire for boat ownership and fostering a lasting demand, resulting in a sustainable and healthy future for the recreational marine industry.