Here’s how you can rent a private boat in Toronto this summer – Curiocity

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Toronto has already seen a few warm days, and it’s about to get even hotter as summer is around the corner. While you may be thinking of hitting up the Island soon, have you thought about getting there on a private boat? There’s a new way to rent a boat in Toronto, and here’s how!

GetMyBoat is a mobile app that provides rental services all around the world, including right here. According to the company, they are sometimes considered to be the “Airbnb of Boats.”

“Our mission is to make the joys of boating more accessible. We also help boat owners offset their costs and even earn significant profits,” states the company.

Currently, GetMyBoat has dozens of rental and charter options in Toronto, along with other favourite spots in Ontario, like Lake Simcoe and Ottawa.

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If you’re travelling, GetMyBoats also has boat rentals available in Vancouver, Montreal, and Edmonton.

It says that Toronto is one of the busiest spots in Canada, “where we have a ton of captained charters and private boat rentals for people enjoying the Toronto Islands and cruising around during the summer.”

For those looking to rent, you can browse the boat options and costs online or on the app.

GetMyBoat may sound new to you, but it is the world’s largest boat rental & water experience marketplace, with over 150,000 listings in 184 countries covering 9,300 destinations.

See you on the water, Toronto!

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