Your Boat Club Open in Duluth

Updated: May 25, 2018 07:34 PM

Have you ever wanted to enjoy the harbor, but didn't have a boat or the experience? Well, Your Boat Club is going to help you get out on the water.

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The business will be renting pontoons and offering charter services starting this Memorial Day weekend. You can find them down at Pier B.

Pier B developer Sandy Hoff said it's a great fit. "We created all of this infrastructure, to add to the experience of being on Duluth's waterfront. We have boat slips and ramps, and with the addition of Your Boat Club, you can come down and rent a boat and go for a ride in the harbor. It will be a fabulous addition to the great experience we already have here at Pier B."

Ben Foster is the manager of Your Boat Club. "We will have memberships and one-time rentals. Most of our business will be the one-time rentals. We have clients who know all about boats, and those who have never driven one. We can give you pointers and tips, tell you all about the harbor, and go over safety."

If you still feel uncomfortable driving the boat, you can hire them as a charter service.

Cyndi Frick, who used to live in the cities and is familiar with Your Boat Club, told us, "I love Your Boat Club, because it's all of the fun without any of the headaches of owning a boat. They take care of the maintenance, storing, cleaning, and fueling. All I have to do is bring my stuff and have a good time." She laughed, "I wish more things in my life were that easy."

Your Boat Club has been open since 2010 in different locations. This year, they added Lake Vermilion and Duluth and Minocqua.

Rentals are available starting on Saturday in Duluth.

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