Dreaming of a New Boat This Year?

Punxsutawney Phil has called for an early spring. That’s good news for warm weather fans, especially boat owners dreaming of bright sunshine and open waters.

But boaters don’t have to wait until Phil comes out of hibernation to get a taste of life on the water again. Two local boat shows are being held this month where folks can see the latest in water craft and accessories.

The Providence Boat Show runs through Sunday, February 4 at the Rhode Island Convention Center (for more information go to http://providenceboatshow.comAs a courtesy, you will be leaving Blog.BankFive.com and going to another website. We have approved this site as a reliable partner, but you will no longer be under the security policy of BankFive.com. Come back soon!). And the New England Boat Show at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center kicks off February 13 and continues until February 21 (check out http://www.newenglandboatshow.comAs a courtesy, you will be leaving Blog.BankFive.com and going to another website. We have approved this site as a reliable partner, but you will no longer be under the security policy of BankFive.com. Come back soon! to learn more).

Both shows offer a variety of things to see and do, including seminars and new product demonstrations. But, of course, the big draw are boats in all shapes, sizes and price ranges.

If you’re in the market for a new or used boat, BankFive has financing options to meet your needs. *Loan amounts are available up to $500,000, with a fixed interest rate for the life of the loan.

To learn more about how we can help you become the proud owner of a new or used boat, go to http://www.bankfive.com/home/personal-banking/personal-loans/boat-loans. That’s where you’ll find our most current boat loan rates.

Happy sailing!

 *Please note that loans are subject to credit approval and fees may apply. Rates are subject to change without notice. Also, commercial boats not applicable for loans, and boat loans are only available to residents of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

 

 

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