Ride the waves in style with Istanbul's Uber boat service

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Uber Is Way More Than Just a Taxi Service

Uber isn't for cars or food anymore, you could now order your own boat!

Those that reside in Istanbul will now be able to take advantage of new Uber service, UberBOAT. The boat service will take passengers via ferry across the Bosphorus river, which divides the Asian and European sides of the city.

According to Mashable, UberBOAT will operate just like regular Ubers do, within the app itself. The only difference is that the boats will not be personally owned, but rather a Turkish company called Navette. The only catch? The boats can only hold six to eight people each.

Naturally, the fares will depend on the distance and route that you will be traveling. Uber estimates that trips could range anywhere from $18 to $116.

If you plan to travel to Istanbul, take an UberBOAT, if not just to brag to your friends that you did.

Take a peak below to see the Uber app in action!

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Ride the waves in style with Istanbul's Uber boat service
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