How to Start Your own Charter Boat Business

“The person who goes farthest is generally the one who is willing to do and dare. The sure-thing boat never gets far from shore.”

Dale Carnegie

Are you ready to captain your own boat and business?  Do you already have a portfolio of customers looking to embark on an expedition at sea? There are endless possibilities, but there are a few formalities that may prevent you from quickly turning a profit.

What happens if there is an accident caused by inclement weather? What if a bad employee files of unemployment or sues for discrimination? What city, county, or state should you obtain a business license for? For answers to these and other questions count on StartUp, Legally!

You could waste thousands of dollars in legal fees. You could also waste your time looking to the internet for your solutions. Instead, let StartUp, Legally! help guide you to appropriate solutions tailor-made for charter boat captains at a fraction of the cost. As business lawyers we’ve worked to create a way to provide you with the legal information and documents you need to begin your company. StartUp, Legally! will cover the following topics and much more:

  • Trademarks
  • Licensing
  • LLCs, Corporations, and Partnerships
  • Employee and Independent Contractor guidelines
  • Customer Agreements
  • Privacy
  • Simple taxation and how to get an EIN

Starting your own boat chartering business can be difficult if you do not have the right resources. Don’t let legal questions prevent you from the career of your dreams. Look to StartUp, Legally! for the guidance you need to get out on the water.

Note that this is distinct from my law practice. If you are searching for personalized legal advice for your business in South Carolina, please contact me, Wesley Henderson, directly at wesley@hhlawsc.com or check out our firm’s website for more information.

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