Borrow money against boats and yachts

Canal barges, Schooners or even motors boats are possible to loan against.

Canal barges
Power boats

Borrowing money against your boats and yachts

We have lent against modern powered sailing boats as well as classic sailing boats. We also lend on canal boats. We have financed the restoration of the Huff of Arklow. We lend up to 50% of the value of boats.

Storage and insurance

Yachts and boats generally remain in the custody of the borrower. We will place restrictions on how far you can take the vessel. But we know from experience that the boat's value is maintained by taking the boat into water. We also insist that you insure the vessel.

How the loan process works

Step one >>

Send an enquiry either online or by phone

We will call you back with a preliminary estimate of the amount we can lend, how the process works and any costs involved.

Step two >>

Valuation and contracts

The security offered will then be professionally valued and all legal proceedings and contracts will be put into place.

Step three >>

Funding and payment

The loan will be offered on our platform to our team of investors and, once the target has been met, you will receive the funds.

Apply now

If you own something that is worth more than you want to borrow, there is a good chance that we can lend you money. We offer loans against lots of different things so get in touch with us today. To get a free loan quote call 0800 690 6568 or apply online now

Contact Us

0118 324 3190 9am - 5pm


Address: FundingSecure, Unit 8 Stokenchurch Business Park, Ibstone Road, Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire, HP14 3FE

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Please note: No investment is without risk. FundingSecure manages the risk by ensuring all assets are professionally valued and restricting the amount lent to a typical maximum of 70% of the value (LTV). Despite these measures, your capital remains at risk.