Boat-sharing a hot trend for bachelor, bachelorette party season

Wedding season is quickly approaching in the U.S. and Boatsetter, an industry leading boat sharing marketplace is connecting bachelors and bachelorettes with a new, unique way to celebrate the transition to married life. Bachelorette boat rentals allow soon to be newly-weds in South Florida to avoid the popular pilgrimage to Las Vegas, and can now host a party like no other on the water by renting a boat from Boatsetter with a group of their closest friends. The bachelor party can reserve the Venetian Vice, which will host up to 12 people and has all the amenities, including a captain, for the perfect celebration. The bachelorette party can plan their day or night on this Searay Sundancer, a 54-foot luxury getaway boasting a VIP master bedroom, guest bedroom and available watersports for added fun! “Soon to be brides and grooms are often looking for a unique way to celebrate with their friends. With Boatsetter the possibilities are endless because we offer users a wide selection of boats for rent in nearly every city,” said Pablo Vidal, chief marketing officer of “Whether party-goers want to be on the boat for a few hours or the entire weekend, we have boats available that meet every need for celebrating upcoming nuptials.” Similar to Uber or AirBnB, Boatsetter is a peer-to-peer online marketplace that connects boat owners, Coast Guard licensed captains and those interested in boating. The Miami-based company has available boats of all sizes across the globe and makes renting a boat affordable, safe and easy. Boatsetters who wish to have the full party experience are encouraged to choose a captain for the day from one of the biggest fleets of Coast Guard licensed captains. For bachelor or bachelorette party-goers, choosing to use a captain ensures a carefree boating experience and makes water-front bar hopping as easy as hailing an Uber. Boatsetter provides the industry’s leading insurance to its users, which covers all parties involved in the rental process. In addition, Boatsetter customers have access to 24/7 on the water, emergency assistance. Before getting underway, Boatsetter recommends for all boaters to file a float plan with a family member or friend, have all of the proper and required safety equipment, wear their life jackets and never operate a vessel under the influence of alcohol or another substance. Before you tie the knot, set sail with Boatsetter!


One response to “Boat-sharing a hot trend for bachelor, bachelorette party season”

  1. Avatar Darcy says:

    Looks and sounds like you had an amazing hen party. Love how your friends were even able to support your lifestyle in their choices for your party too. Thumbs up!

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