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We Finance Fun!

Here in Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania we’re blessed with many beautiful waterways and vacation spots. Get a jump on vacation time by getting your boat loan or RV loan now from Genisys Credit Union. Let us help you with our variety of new and used boat loans and RV loans created to get the good times rolling!  When you finance your boat, RV, or other leisure vehicles at Genisys, it can be more affordable than you think.

A Perfect Fit

We offer a variety of terms and low rates that are sure to fit your budget.  Start shopping and apply for your boat or RV loan today to get your financing pre-approved.  Our easy to use website can help you get the latest rates and introduce you to all of the great new and used boat loan and RV loan options available to our members.

Recreational Vehicle/Boats
Effective Date: Friday, April 28th, 2017
Boat, RV, Camper, Motorcycle, Personal watercraft, ATV, Snowmobile
Loan AmountAPR as low as*Down PaymentTerm
$0.00 - $9,999 3.24% 10% 60 Months
$10,000 - $19,999 3.49% 10% 84 Months
$20,000 - $29,999 4.49% 10% 120 Months
$30,000 - $49,999 5.24% 10% 144 Months
$50,000 - up 5.24% 10% 180 Months
*Rates and terms may vary depending upon credit qualifications, age of collateral, amount borrowed,payment protection package, and Direct Deposit with AutoPay set up from a Genisys checking or savings account. Down payment maybe required. Approximate monthly payment would be $18.08 per $1,000 borrowed at 3.24% for 60 months.

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