Boat and Yacht Loans

Using Installment and Personal Loans for Boat and Yacht Loans Owning a boat is a significant investment and so is buying one. Some estimates show the average cost of buying a new power boat can run around $75,000. Obviously there are much more cost efficient options like a kayak or canoe—or even a used boat. Regardless of the size and cost of the boat or yacht of your dreams, there are those of us that need between $5,000 and $25,000 for the purchase of a marine vessel. That is where West Bay Cash can help. Our network of lenders can get you a fixed installment plan to help you pay back the exact amount you need for your boat or yacht purchase.
Here's an example of how a customer paid off a $22,000 boat purchase within 24 months


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Boats, Yachts, Kayaks and Canoes Whether you need money for simple upkeep and maintenance on a boat or something more significant like a major boat repair, the loans made available through West Bay Cash can help. After you are approved electronically for an installment loan, our lenders will work with you to electronically debit your bank account for the amount you owe in installments. So the set amount of money you owe will come out in controllable payments that you control.

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Our service is free to you (the loan applicant) and all repayment terms are between you and the lender. Individual lenders have varying loan terms, including the loan amount, APR, and repayment schedules. After you submit your information and if you are redirected to a lender, will redirect you to the lender’s web site, where you will be able to review and agree to the lender's proposed terms and conditions.

Please review the terms and conditions carefully. If you do not like the lender's proposed terms and conditions, do not proceed with the loan! In many cases, the lender will contact you to confirm your personal information and finalize the loan. They may contact you via telephone, email, text messages, etc. The lender may obtain your credit report to make a final decision.