NAUTICAL NONSENSE PHOTO CONTEST

PiratePhotoContest

NAUTICAL NONSENSE PHOTO CONTEST: POST YOUR BEST PIRATE PHOTO AND WIN $50 OF PERSONALIZED GEAR FROM BOATNAMEGEAR.COM

Halloween is here and we all know the best costume is that of a pirate, a parrot, a mermaid, or Captain Jack Sparrow. Maybe you dressed in a nautical theme last year or maybe it was back in 1982. Either way, if you submit your best seaworthy, nautical, nonsensical photo to GetMyBoat, you enter for the chance to win a $50 gift certificate to BoatNameGear.com.

If you ever wanted a t-shirt that boasts your boat’s name, now is your chance. BoatNameGear.com allows you to personalize anything from towels and sweatshirts to t-shirts and baseball caps with your boat’s name.

A panel of non-biased, mutinous, mongrels will judge submissions. The winner of the photo contest will be chosen on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2013.

CONTEST RULES:
1. The winner of the contest must create an account on GetMyBoat in order to be eligible to win the contest. Visit getmyboat.com and create an account in just a few moments.
2. In order to claim his/her prize, the winner must submit a photo, via email, or post the photo to one of GetMyBoat’s social network sites: Facebook or Twitter. To submit a photo via Instagram, tag @GetMyBoat in your photo. Email submissions must be emailed to support@getmyboat.com.

Please view the GetMyBoat policies page for more on GetMyBoat terms of use. If you have any questions about the Nautical Nonsense Photo Contest please contact support@getmyboat.com.

Go Ahead, Makes Waves.

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DISCOVER THE BOAT OF YOUR DREAMS FROM THE PALM OF YOUR HAND

GetMyBoatAndroidOctober 8, 2013 – Sunglasses, sunscreen, swimming suit? Check! Captain, crew, first mate? Check! All you need is the boat. GetMyBoat, the world’s fastest growing peer-to-peer marketplace for boat sharing, announced today their revolutionary native Android app that focuses on connecting boat owners and renters with just a few swipes of a finger. The new app makes finding yachts in California, catamarans in Croatia, and fishing boats in Florida easy to locate and fun to rent.

“Rooms can be rented, groceries ordered, and flights booked straight from the palm of your hand. Now you can book a boat,” says Bryan Petro, Head of Product at GetMyBoat. “We’re excited to bring our users the latest technology that will make it easier to get out on the water. The hassle of complicated booking processes is over for many aspects of daily life; now it’s over for boating.”

According to NMMA statistics, there are 16 million registered boats in the United States. Despite the high cost of ownership, operation and maintenance, the majority of these boats are left idle 92% of the time. GetMyBoat makes renting a boat simple, exciting, and affordable for renters while helping owners defray the expense. With over 10,000 watercraft listed in 60+ locations around the globe, GetMyBoat helps boating enthusiasts make waves worldwide.

“GetMyBoat has already proven that boating is perfectly suited for the new sharing economy and peer-to-peer marketplace. With our Android app, we’re showing that renting a boat from your phone can be quick and completely safe,” said CEO and Co-Founder of GetMyBoat Sascha Mornell. “It’s time to open up the experience of boating to everyone.”

The app, available on Google Play, uses location-based technology to find the nearest boat and book it directly. Earlier this month, GetMyBoat launched its successful native iPhone app available on the App Store. The company is ecstatic to bring their latest technology to Android users around the world.

GetMyBoat charges no fees, commissions, or monthly membership dues for users. Boats can be rented by the day, hour, or week, depending on the owner’s preference. Renters have the option to rent or charter the boat with a captain or without (bareboat). For more information about GetMyBoat, email: info@getmyboat.com or visit http://www.getmyboat.com.