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More people on more boats more often

More people on more boats more often

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How would you like to borrow a boat anywhere in the world, whatever you need it for?

As of 1st July 2014, that's what the founders of, Kiwi Rowan Alexander, Craig Badcock and Ryan Davey are enabling people to do! has already been featured on, and to name a few. The article was second in traffic only to Alinghi and Red Bull crashing.

There are so many people in the world whose expensive boat just sits around doing nothing because they can't always get crew to go out with them. And there are a lot of people who would love to go out on a boat on a regular basis or while travelling, but can't afford a charter.

That's where comes in. Here is an example of how it works:

Joe lives in Auckland is travelling to Melbourne next month. Joe would like to go sailing while he is in Melbourne, but he cannot take his boat.

So, Joe goes to and searches for people who are happy to take others sailing in Melbourne. He requests a trip with a member (Sam), for a specific date. Sam agrees.

Joe and Sam work out the details of the trip between themselves via the website. This includes who is paying for consumables, bringing food etc.

They go out on a trip and afterwards they provide each other with feedback on This means that if Sam wants to go on a boat anywhere else, people will know that he is a good guy.

Simple, safe and affordable. You can also view the video on

Now Seeking Founding Members:

Rowan, Craig and Ryan have all invested considerable time and funding into the venture, and have designed all the systems required for to operate effectively. They are now looking for founding members. Founding members can sign up through or via Supporters are offered a variety of rewards ranging from a limited edition t-shirt, all the way through to life-time memberships and one, 3-day, all expenses paid boating trip with some of the directors!

For more details, or to arrange an interview, contact, or call Rowan Alexander at our offices on +61 3 6423 2695 or outside of business hours on +61 437 826 397. We can provide a draft article for reference.

Media Release on 12 May 2014 by

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