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Beat the heat with a Getmyboat rental near Indy

Hit the water by renting a pontoon, jetski, kayak, or other watercraft from another Indy resident.

INDYtoday: INDY_Morse Reservoir boat sunset_JUL24

Imagine catching the sunset over Morse Reservoir on your own boat.

There’s no better way to beat the heat than with a day on the water, but what do you do if you don’t own a watercraft? Enter the Airbnb of boats: Getmyboat. From canoes to jetskis to powerboats, you can rent someone else’s watercraft and hit the lake or the river.

Here are just a few of the local options we found:

Geist Marina pontoon: This boat seats eight guests, and you’ll get the chance to put on your captain hat.

Fortville pontoon: This boat is available with or without a captain + has the perfect speed and smooth handling for tubing.

Morse Reservoir pontoon: If you’re looking for a more all-inclusive experience, this boat comes with its own captain, as well as sunscreen, towels, flotation devices, and ice-cold family-friendly beverages.

Fishers jet car boat: Splurge on this sleek sportscar-inspired boat capable of hitting 70-mph speeds.

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