Topic: California

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The Ultimate Guide to Boat Rentals in California

California Boat Rentals Have Never Been Easier! The best place to feel that Cali-love is on the water! California boat rentals  are a treat and a great way to escape the crowds of some of the most popular cities in the country. Windsurfing? Check. Surfing? Check. Great views? Check. Whales? Okay, so whales don’t normally make […]

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Explore Boat Rentals in San Mateo, CA (San Francisco Bay area)

Don’t let the technology of Silicon Valley fool you. The area surrounding San Mateo offers up a wealth of nature, outdoor and water-based activities. With assistance from the scenic Pacific Ocean and the lively San Francisco Bay waterfront, San Mateo’s urban address blends seamlessly into its coastal California coordinates. On the Pacific side of town, […]

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Jump In! and Explore Private San Diego Boat Rentals

The southern California coast is a water and boat lover’s paradise of beautiful bays, scenic architecture and natural attractions. Don’t have a boat, you say? No problem. It’s easier than ever to hop on board a private boat rental. Private boat rentals let you take in views of the Coronado Bay Bridge, Harbor Island, the USS […]

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Marina Del Rey Boatsetter Rentals!

Much more than a catchy country song, Marina Del Rey is a dream destination for boating enthusiasts. Located near Los Angeles between Venice Beach and Playa del Rey, it is home to the world’s largest small craft harbor, boasting 19 marinas and nearly 6,500 boats. With that many boats in town, it’s easier than ever […]

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5 Reasons to Go Boating in San Diego with Boatsetter

San Diego’s mild climate and sunny skies make it the perfect playground for boating enthusiasts. Whether you fancy sightseeing, whale watching, exploring islands or learning a new water sport, San Diego has it all! To start your adventure, be sure to visit Boatsetter.com for a San Diego boat rental. Ready to go boating? Here is […]

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