Boat Loan Rates

Boat Loan Rates

Boater-friendly rates make Michigan's waters even more inviting

Save a boatload of money when you finance your boat or other watercraft with one of our low-cost loans.

Boat Loan (New and Used) Rates
Effective Date: June 20, 2024
$5,000 (Minimum loan amount)
Term Up to 60 Months
APR* As Low As 7.38%
$7,500 (Minimum loan amount)
Term Up to 84 Months
APR* As Low As 7.77%
$15,000 (Minimum loan amount)
Term 85 to 120 Months
APR* As Low As 7.92%
$25,000 (Minimum loan amount)
Term 121 to 144 Months
APR* As Low As 8.02%
$35,000 (Minimum loan amount)
Term 145 to 180 Months
APR* As Low As 8.32%
Financing Term APR* As Low As
$5,000 (Minimum loan amount)Up to 60 Months7.38%
$7,500 (Minimum loan amount)Up to 84 Months7.77%
$15,000 (Minimum loan amount)85 to 120 Months7.92%
$25,000 (Minimum loan amount)121 to 144 Months8.02%
$35,000 (Minimum loan amount)145 to 180 Months8.32%

Credit Union ONE is a full-service financial institution with locations in Southeast Michigan, Davison, MI, Traverse City, MI, and Grand Rapids, MI.

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APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Approval and actual rate offered is based on creditworthiness factors. Minimum loan amount is $5,000 and the maximum is $250,000. Borrowers must have a valid Michigan Driver’s License. Not all boats are eligible. Approximate monthly payment would be $20.05 per $1,000.00 borrowed at 7.38% for 60 months. May not refinance existing Credit Union ONE Boat loans. Loan to value may not exceed 100%. Other conditions may apply. Rates subject to change.

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