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1 Fill in all of the data below to customize the document to your specific requirements.

2 Click "Create my Agreement" to view your document. You can go back and edit at any time.

3 Finalize your document, and then continue to download it in RTF, PDF or HTML Format directly to your computer.

Boat Rental Agreement

Full Name:
Street Address:
Zip Code:

Full Name:
Street Address:
Zip Code:

Boat Name:
Boat Type:
Boat Make:
Boat Model:
Boat Year:
HIN #(Hull Identification Number):

Boat Rental Start Date:
Boat Rental End Date:
Departure Time:
Returning Time:
Departure Port:
Returning Port:

Boat Rental Amount:
Rent Paid:
Payment methods accepted:
Is there a late return penalty?
Is there a cancellation clause?
Is there a fuel charge?

Maximum amount of people allowed on boat:

Is alcohol allowed on the boat?

Is the boat permitted to be used for towing purposes?

Are you including a trailer with the boat rental?

Is the boat usage limited to a specific area?

Is the boat usage limited to a specific time?

Anything else you wish to add to this Agreement?

Date You Will Sign This Agreement:
Add Proof of Service To This Agreement:
Add Witnesses to the signing of this Agreement:

Boat Rental Agreement Information:

If you’re looking for a boat rental agreement, or want a step by step guide to the details you should put in a boat rental agreement then this is the place for you.

Rather than messing around with a patched together Boat Rental Agreement template, one which probably doesn’t even have state specific rules and regulations in it you can simply use our Boat Rental Agreement form generator to create a customized agreement just for you.

What you do is very simple – you fill in the form above with all the data that is needed, and then you click “Create My Agreement” and it will create your document for you, customized and specific to your own requirements. This is the most simple boat rental agreement you’ll find around – professional yet simple, the two key words we live by.

So all you need to do is start filling in the form above. Our agreement is set up for multiple owners and renters. If there are multiple people driving the boat it’s recommended you include them all under the renters category although not necessary – you can simply list the one renter.

You then need to enter all the boat specific details like the make and model of the boat, the year of the boat and what type of boat it is. Of course for specific identification purposes you need to enter the Hull Identification Number as well as the actual name of the boat.

Next, you will want to specify when the boat rental takes place. List the date, and also list the time as well. If you don’t have specific times you can ballpark it. You should also list where the port is departing and returning from even if it’s the exact same port.

Next, you will want to put the amount of the boat rental, and when it is paid. You may want it to be covered hourly and we offer that, as well as daily, weekly, monthly and for the entire term. We offer the option of multiple payment methods so if you want to allow the renter to pay via Money Order or Credit Card etc you can do so. If you want to specify credit cards then at the bottom of the form is the option to enter additional text not covered within the contract. At that option you can list that you only accept Visa or Mastercard or whatever credit cards you like.

You can then have the option of charging a late return penalty. We make this very flexible for you to cover both short term renters and long term renters. Of course you can include a cancellation clause and a fuel charge as well. We make sure to cover all the bases to suit everyone who is creating a Boat Rental Agreement via our website.

Then you get to the boat specifics field. Fairly self-explanatory there; you note the maximum amount of people allowed on the boat, and if you want to ban alcohol from the boat add it in there. You can disallow the boat being used for any towing, and if you are including a trailer we have that option. Next you can set up boat limitations such as not allowing the renter to use it at night or after a certain time, as well as requiring a renter use it in a specific area.

If you want to see a Boat Rental Agreement template, then click “Create my Agreement” above. It will create a blank form for you showing what an agreement looks like, minus any data actually filled in.