How to be a Five Star Boat Rental Captain
Boat captains have found a whole new career option with the emergence of the sharing economy and boat sharing. In the same way that Uber has created a new gig option for those who want to drive cars for a living or Airbnb has created an option for homeowners with an extra room to earn income. Boat sharing paves the way for experienced (and licensed) captains to make a living, doing what they love: running boats! The beauty of the boat sharing industry, from a captain's point of view, is that he or she can now control their work schedules as well as their futures. They can be land-based, do it part-time and even start a business and earn money through affiliated boats on their days off. Boatsetter has rose to the top of the young boat sharing industry by offering the largest network of Coast Guard-licensed captains, an attention to quality, safety, customer service and in-depth boating knowledge. Joining the Boatsetter captain team is free and easy to get started today. Remember, you're in charge of your price and your availability. In fact, around Boatsetter, we have a saying for our captains: You Rule! Boatsetter prides itself on the solid support it provides its boat captains. We're here to assist every step of the way, starting with a multitude of tips to set a good foundation for success as a Boatsetter boat captain.
Boat Rental Captains Get More Requests By Following These Tips:Start with a great profile - You're great. You know it; we know it; let's make sure all the boat owners and potential boat renters know it! Your profile on boatsetter.com is your online calling card. It's important to follow a few important guidelines:
- Don't leave out details: Make sure you include all the relevant licenses, training courses, certifications as well as work and personal experiences in your profile.
- Upload good pictures: A picture tells a story! Look professional and show some of your unique personality through great images.