Eastern 19 T-top Center Console rental in Boothbay Harbor
Enjoy the beautiful day at sea with deep blue water, warm air and clear of Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Rent the 19 feet T-top Center Console for up to 6 person. Rate as low as $370 per day. Rates: • Full Day: $370 • Weekly: $1,550 Deposit: • $1,000 What To Expect Onboard: The 2003 Eastern 19 center console powerboat is propelled by a 90-horsepower four-stroke Honda outboard. She can seat 6 comfortably, with two cooler seats forward of the console, plus the leaning post aft. There is a folding canvas dodger forward, as well as the T-top overhead for shade and protection from the elements. The boat is equipped with a SiTex Colormax 11 GPS Chartplotter with C-Map chart data and a fishfinder sounding module, as well as a VHF Radio. For the fisherman, there are “rocket-launcher” rod holders mounted to the T-top. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 6 guests
- Fishing Boats
We rent power and sail boats in Boothbay Harbor, Maine the boating capital of New England. Have fun on the water! Our family business was incorporated in 2013. Most of us have been boating for virtually our entire lives, which adds up to over 125 years of combined experience. Based in Maine, we've sailed along the east coast from the Chesapeake to Nova Scotia, and in the western Atlantic ranging from Newfoundland to Bermuda. We look forward to helping you get out on the water this summer!
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Wheel steering
- Outboard Engine
- Chart Plotter
- Single Engine
- Fuel type: Gas
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 10 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
If you cancel within 10 days of your reservation, the payment is non-refundable unless we succeed in renting the boat to someone else, or if the weather or other condition is such that we would not let you take the boat out. Please Note: Maine’s coastal waters are littered with hazards to navigation, and prone to fog, shifting winds, changing tides and currents, all of which can be challenging to even experienced boaters. Operating a boat in these waters is not a care-free joy-ride, it requires constant vigilance. Right of Refusal: The renter must provide evidence satisfactory to our company of their knowledge and ability to operate and navigate the selected boat properly, safely, and in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations, including the “rules of the road.” Our company reserves the right to refuse rental in the event of prevailing or anticipated bad weather or reduced visibility, if the renter is deemed insufficiently knowledgeable or experienced, or if the renter or any member of their party appears intoxicated or otherwise in-capable of, ill-equipped, or ill-prepared for boating. Should we choose not to continue the rental, a full refund will be issued immediately. Company's acceptance of the renter does not absolve the renter of their full responsibilities as master of the vessel. Financial Responsibility: Our insurance policy does not extend to you! In renting this boat, you accept full financial responsibility for any and all costs arising from your use of the boat, including our lost revenue should the boat need to be taken out of service for repairs. But your liability extends well beyond damages to the boat, to include damages to the property of third parties, as well as medical costs due to injuries or loss of life. If you run the propeller onto a rock, you could be facing several thousand dollars in bills; if you are involved in a serious accident, you could be looking at millions of dollars in bills.... Acknowledgement of Risk : The renter acknowledges that boating, swimming, and other waterfront activities have an inherent risk of damage and injury, including the possibility of permanent disability, paralysis, or death. Renters and visitors using the dock, boats, swimming or exploring the shore do so entirely at their own risk. Our company and their lessors, contractors, employees, and officers, will not be responsible for injury, including death, to any person, nor for damages to any person’s property, sustained as a result of use of these boats or waterfront facilities. Release, Hold Harmless, and Indemnification: The renter agrees on behalf of all members of the renter’s party and any visitors or guests of the renter’s party, to release, hold harmless, and indemnify of the company, its lessors, contractors, employees, and officers from any and all liability or claims, including those of third parties, arising out of or in any way a result of renter’s or any guest’s use of our boats, waterfront facilities, equipment, or grounds to the fullest extent allowable by law. Are you prepared to be the master of your own vessel?