Whether you purchase or rent a boat, you instantly become part of a community when you step on board. It is this sense of community that draws many to keep lakes, rivers and the ocean as part of their lives. Although bonds may form over trivial things like types of boats, swimming spots or watersports, as a part of the boating community, we know that the bond runs deeper: it’s about a love for the natural environment. (Plus, it’s a great hobby for your health!)
If you’re a newbie you’ll be welcomed into the club. If you’re a veteran you’ll do the welcoming. There is always something to learn and no one is ever above sharing the knowledge with a fellow skipper. You’ll find a community when on the water; and you’ll be glad to stay a member. We’re proud to be part of the boating community throughout the country and we welcome you with open arms to the club.
The members of this community have some traits and characteristics that allow you to quickly pick them out of a crowd. See that guy? Over there. He’s a boater for sure. You can tell by his sunglass tanline. We’ve identified a few (humourous) ways to spot a boater.
You might be a boater if …
You don’t need to own a boat to become “part of the club.” Boatsetter is a company that connects those seeking a boat with those looking to rent theirs. For a day or half day you can reserve a boat in your area. You can choose from our database of thousands of boats and even make your reservation online. Boatsetter allows you to take charge of your own boating experience. You pick the time, date, and type of boat. You spend the day where and how you want. You just need to return the boat at the scheduled time with the same fuel provisions as when you received the boat – it really is that easy! Learn more about the Boatsetter process.