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Thursday, June 12, 2014

I'm On A Boat: Renting San Francisco Catamarans, Yachts & More

Posted By on Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 12:00 PM

click to enlarge Sailing or yachting? It's your call! - WHAT ABOUT BOB/SNL/YOUTUBE
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  • Sailing or yachting? It's your call!

First it was apartments, and now you can rent someone's boat that's docked in San Francisco.

We just discovered Boatbound, a San Francisco-based boat rental company that runs like AirBnB/VRBO -- San Francisco sailors rent out their yachts, catamarans (and we even saw a kayak!) to land goers. Many come with a certified captain, while others require you know some basic boating skills (Don't know what port and starboard are? Us either!).

We've never been on anything but a ferry across the bay, but we're open to yachting -- clinking some champagne flutes and pretending to live the high life while anchored near Tiburon. Although, we may end up more like Bob (I'm sailing! I'm sailing!).

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