Boatsetter in the News
The merger of Boatsetter and Cruzin this past September took the boat sharing world as well as the whole boating industry by storm. When these two leaders joined, they created a clear pathway to lead this young category and take boat sharingÂ to the next level.
Unlike fractional ownership or charter fleets, boat-sharing vessels are privately owned and maintained. Boats that might otherwise rarely leave the dock are now being put to use on Boatsetter.com. For a marina, this increase in activity translates to income.
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Two firms in the nascent but bitterly competitive yacht-sharing industry have merged, saying the strategic partnership positions them “to be the market leader” in that growing niche.
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Together, the company offers a network of more than 3,000 boats, which people can rent from private boat owners through an app or website by the half-day, day or longer. Boatsetter differentiated itself from other boat-sharing companies by offering a network of more than 1,200 U.S. Coast Guard certified captains…
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