“I grew up boating around Candlewood lake in CT. After college I moved out to Seattle, WA in the early 90's and rented everything from a 34ft Catalina to a 22ft SeaRay. When I moved back from Seattle I didn't have much time to sail and bought a 23ft SeaRay and loved the ease of getting out on Long Island sound after a long day at work. Just before Sandy, I sold my first boat and moved to Switzerland. When I returned in 2013, I bought a 26ft SeaRay and have recently joined Boatbound as an owner and renter. Looking forward to many great experiences.”
Aboard since 2014
From Stamford, CT
Mark is a great guy to work with! Spends time to make sure you understand the ins-and-outs of his boat and is there to answer any questions while you're renting. I took the Sundancer 260 overnight for 2 nights and had a great time! No problems, great boat, easy to use, everything works great, and its very comfortable. Highly recommend!
Great day out on the Sound. Mark and his wife were more than accommodating and the boat was the perfect size for my family outing. Also handy that it was rigged for fishing so I could drop a line while tending to the young one.
Thanks Mark and hope to rent again soon.
Simon (CT resident)
The owners Mark and Michelle were a joy to work with. They happily gave there time for a tutorial on the boats many wonderful features and had it washed just prior to our arrival. They showed interest in our day and pride in there vessel making this seafarer very happy to be back on the water.
My wife and I had friends visit us from the city with their two children and we wanted to show them the sound via boat. Together with our two children, we were 4 adults / 4 children and Mark's boat easily accommodated us all. We had a great time on the water and would definitely rent again. Wonderful owner and boat!
Mark is friendly and knowledgeable. He made our first experience with boat bound and motor boats very easy and great fun. The boat is as advertised, well equipped, in good condition. We would highly recommend Mark and his boat and plan to take it out again.