With E-SEA Sharing you rent the dinghy directly from your phone


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E-Sea sharing  E-Sea sharing

Sharing-mobility, or the practice of taking advantage of a vehicle without necessarily buying it in cities has now reached significant numbers . I take a car or motorcycle when I need it and use it as much as I need, paying for it as much as I used it. Now comes the aquatic version as well: l’E-SEA SHARING, a startup promoted by Yamaha Marine

E-SEA Sharing

The goal of the startup E-SEA Sharing is to
end the boating world more accessible, usable and more environmentally sustainable. A project new to boating and immediately embraced by Yamaha Marine, which is now making available five Tempest 570 inflatable boats and seven Tempest 530 powered by Yamaha F40 H outboards. All accessible via App.


The trial in the Emerald Coast, Sardinia, where in agreement with the Yamaha dealer for Sardinia Lomar, a fleet of 12 Capelli inflatable boats which can be rented through an app that can be downloaded from the Apple store or Play store.

The project does not stop at simply repurposing in nautical key to the concept. In fact, the novelty that distinguishes E-SEA Sharing from the usual solutions for four- and two-wheelers is the pay-per-use mode: to be paid will in fact be the actual use of the dinghy, whether this is a matter of a few handfuls of minutes, days, or whole weeks. A service accessible to all, based on usable engines and at the same time.

real-time rental system works even without a boat license.
All included in
an app with a user-friendly interface
, intuitive and that
instructs on safety to navigation
thanks also to
real-time parameters and tips

An efficient and useful system for everyone to navigate safely
, in an environmentally friendly manner, and potentially saving money.

For more information
click here.


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