Join Freedom Boat Club Annapolis.
We do all the work. You have all the fun!
Freedom Boat Club has been liberating boaters from the hassles and cost of boat ownership for 26 years. There are good reasons why FBC is the nation's largest boat club with over 10,000 Members and 115+ locations nationwide, let us show you why FBC is your best choice for for a boat Club in Maryland or Washington, D.C. Join our club and enjoy the boating lifestyle at lower cost without the headaches of boat ownership.
- Unlimited use of a variety of new and like new boats
- Use boats at 115+ other locations around the country
- Use several boats at less cost than owning a single boat
- We provide everything, all you do is go boating! Hassle free!
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Freedom Boat Club is the hassle free, carefree boat club that will get you on the water without the cost and hassle of boat ownership or fractional boat ownership. FBC is the nation's oldest and largest boat club with over 10,000 Members and 115+ locations and growing. Join our boat club and let us do all the work for you.
The Annapolis Freedom Boat Club is the first in the Chesapeake Bay region and located at the Port Horn Harbor Marina on Back Creek. Easy access to the Chesapeake Bay. Lots of amenites to be enjoyed on and off the water.
We simplify your recreational experiences while building relationships and memories that last a lifetime.
Annapolis and Eastport boast a rich maritime heritage mingled with abundant and spectacular parks, fabulous museums and historic sites, chic specialty shops, and other irresistible attractions.
There’s no end to the enjoyable places to see and fun things to do here. Whether you wander the coast line of the Chesapeake Bay or stay inland, we have plenty of activities to keep you busy.
Located on the banks of the Severn River, which flows into the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis is home for the U.S. Naval Academy.
The town is Maryland’s state capital. It has more 18th century buildings still in use than in any other U.S. city. And, the Maryland State House has a rare wooden dome that’s easy to admire.
Be sure to walk along the red-brick streets near City Dock. Visit a local pub. Stop by a gallery. You’ll find everything from maritime antiques to designer clothing to magnificent works of art. Or, take advantage of the plentiful choices for recreation on the bay, including boating and fishing. Annapolis is both a designated Main Street Maryland community as well as Arts & Entertainment district.
Eastport is a neighborhood of Annapolis, Maryland with its own particularly unique history. The area played an important role during the American Revolutionary War as an encampment area for Lafayette's troops on their way to Yorktown, and as the site of Fort Horn which protected the city harbor from the British fleet. It played the same protective role during the War of 1812.