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Are you looking to buy a Marine Asset,   

From jet-skis to super yachts, dinghies to charter boats, being out on the water is an integral part of life for many Australians. As a result, boat finance has become a specialised industry. 

There are secured and personal finance loan options for individuals who want to buy a boat for personal use, commercial marine loans for companies who use boats as part of their business, and all sorts of other credit options in between.

Ask us about financing your next boat purchase, whether that be a:

  Bowrider

  Walkaround

  Centre Console

  Catamaran

  Gameboat

  Motoryacht

  Sailboat

  PWCs (e.g. jetskis)

  Ski or Wakeboard Boat

Leisure goods, like boats, are not the easiest thing to finance, We therefore recommend getting a marine finance broker when it comes to such specialised lending.

LSY have decades of combined marine knowledge and experience. Call us today on 0755 779200 and let us help you every step of the way, from choosing the best finance broker and package to suit your circumstances, to applying for credit and ultimately getting the funds you need to make that purchase. 

LSY also offer a range of insurance products to help you protect your new vessel.

 

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