Not a millionaire? Still own a boat!

Yup! I always dreamt of owning my own sweet yatch and going sailing at least once a year! However, for a person that rents a loft in the city, that’s quite an unreal dream. I never thought that I could actually have my own boat or even travel in one at a fraction of the cost! You think I’m lying? Well, hear me out!

There’s a new kind of website in town called the Boat sharing clone. This is a website which is a sort of water pooling clone. A boat owner can put pictures of his boat and its details along with the number of seats available on it to allow people to book these seats for a certain period of time.

That’s so cool!
I remember thinking to myself as a child when I went for long carefree sailing trips with my dad that someday, I’ll surely own a little boat for myself and take my children out too. However, the rat race of a life that we have these days not only makes it impossible to take out any time with our friends or children, the financials of a family are off the charts.

Nevertheless, traveling through the waterways isn’t just recreational. We all need to get to places in and around Europe when getting a boat is the only viable option. However, why rent the whole boat when you can simply book a few seats in it to facilitate the journey for less than half the cost? I have nothing to complain of after I’ve heard of the boat sharing clone. It works mostly on a similar principle such as a carpooling website, however, since the numbers of waterways are limited, if you have the right website, you can find your ride easily and effortlessly!

How does it work exactly?
The water pooling clone works in the most basic sense. The owner of the boat or the yatch or the water vehicle (I love the sound of that) puts in the details of their vehicle on the website along with specifications such as number of seats available, dimensions and other important information that might be required (like capacity etc.). Once this is done, they can also add some pictures to the profile of the water vehicle.

When someone is interested in booking some seats in any such boat, they can log on to the boat sharing clone website and look for something that matches his taste. Then once he likes something he can go ahead and book it for a particular journey.

How is it different from a rental?
Renting the whole boat can put you in a fix. It is for a lesser time duration and involves repetitive payment for regular period intervals. However, with the water pooling clone, you essentially book tickets on it as you would for a bus or a subway.

No matter what the nature of your work is, you will find that owning a boat sharing clone will always generate some extra money for you. If you own a boat and take it our often, this website might be your best chance to help people get around with a little extra cash for yourself.