(St. Petersburg, FL)
Welcome to the Freedom Boat Club of Tampa Bay!
We have 25 locations at some of the best boating and fishing spots around Tampa Bay, up the Nature Coast and east into Lake County. Add that to our fleet of 420+ boats and you have your passport to a lifetime of memories through hassle-free boating. Whether you want to take a center-colsole fishing or cruising in the Gulf of Mexico, or use our deck boats and pontoons to explore our beautiful lakes and barrier islands or our skiffs and bay boats to fish the estuaries of Tampa Bay, we have it all! Our locations are unique in many ways. Explore them by clicking on the links below. Call 1-855-FREEDOM when you are ready to connect with one of our Membership Executives. For more information click HERE.
|Tarpon Springs||Tarpon II||Clearwater I||Dunedin||John's Pass|
|Treasure Island||Bay Pines||St. Petersburg||Skyway - St. Pete||Tierra Verde|
|Ruskin||Alafia River||Tampa I||Tampa II||Tampa III|
|Lake Tarpon||Port Hudson||Hernando Beach||Homosassa Springs||Crystal River|
|Crystal River II||Little Lake Harris||Lake Harris||Lake Eustis||Yankeetown|
St. Pete - Skyway
Let's start with a recent interview Captain Rafa had with ABC's Morning Blend program:
We are located at the new Suntex Marina in St. Petersburg. It's the old Loggerhead Marina and provides us with another beautiful location near Egmont key, Fort Desoto and the Skyway bridge. You won't be far from beautiful beaches, snorkling adventures and some great fishing. Rumor has it that there is a 90' hole on the northeast side of Egmont Cay where trophies have been caught.
Egmont Key is primarily a wildlife refuge, it can be a personal refuge - a place to relax and collect shells along secluded, pristine beaches. Accessible only by private boat, Egmont Key has a unique natural and cultural history, including a lighthouse that has stood since 1858. During the 19th century, the island served as a camp for captured Seminoles at the end of the Third Seminole War and was later occupied by the Union Navy during the Civil War. In 1898, as the Spanish - American War threatened, Fort Dade was built on the island and remained active until 1923. After touring the historic sites and trails, visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, wildlife viewing, and picnicking. Located at the mouth of Tampa Bay, southwest of Fort DeSoto Beach.
Fort De Soto is located in the southwest corner of Mullet Key, at the entrance to Tampa Bay. The entire island is now Fort De Soto Park, a Pinellas county park which offers fine beaches, fishing, nature trails, camping, boating, and much more.
Call Freedom Boat Club of Tampa Bay todday to schedule your complimentary tour of the boat club, and marina, of your choice. Choose from Family-style Deck Boats, Pontoons or any of our many different style fishing and offshore Center Consoles. We make boating simple, affordable and hassle-free! Call 1-855-FREEDOM today!