My husband and I live aboard our own yacht and own three others that we rent out. Two are in the "Keys" and one on the gulf coast
We have had great luck in renting them. The two in the Keys never leave the dock
, the one on the gulf coast
does ( the renter is a retired master captain
and his wife ).
We have two more yachts in rebuild
that will be rented out as live aboards. Contrary to what some believe they are a lot of marinas
they welcome live aboards. We live in one that was built with live aboards like us in mind.
Check out renters like they want to date your only daughter.
company does charge extra but after a lot of research
we found the perfect fit.
We have a large network of friends and marine
professionals that we get recommendations for renters.
We also use the purchase
agreement with right of first refusal to buy the boat back. We do the financing
and the renter/owner is responsible for all repairs
While this the short check list in over ten years of renting our boats we have only one bad renting caused us major problems.
We would be happy to give you more if it would help.