Welcome to Freedom Boat Club of Bremerton!
About Us Freedom Boat Club Bremerton is a private boating club allowing all members full access to a fleet of boats. We are part of the largest boat club in the world with over 175 locations across the US, Canada and Europe for members to enjoy. As a local franchise, we are family owned and operated and look forward to helping you get out on the water! We opened our Bremerton location on April 7, 2018 and have received an amazing reception from the community.
Location 140 Washington Ave, Bremerton WA 98337
About The Port of Bremerton The Port of Bremerton is an ideal location to access nearby cruising, fishing, hiking and watersports destinations in the Puget Sound including Blake Island, Poulsbo, Port Orchard, Boat Shed restaurant, Lions Park, Emerald Park, Silverdale, Oyster Bay, Eagle Harbor, Bainbridge Island, Port Ludlow, Hood Canal, Bell Harbor, Seattle and more... The Port of Bremerton is the 4th oldest port in the State of Washington and the first of many in Kitsap County. During the next 100 years the Port pledges to continue to leverage every tax dollar the Port receives through wise investment in job-generating facilities, infrastructure and programs, and continue its collaboration with public and private partners in the interest of long-term economic and recreational benefits shared throughout Kitsap County and the West Puget Sound region.
Our Bremerton Fleet We have a Jeanneau 795, Fourwinns HD200 SS, Northwest 218 Lightning, Regal 21 OBX Bowrider, Jeanneau NC695 Sport, and a Sweetwater Pontoon boat; as well as 8 boats available from our Tacoma fleet and 4 in Olympia. When you join Freedom Boat Club Bremerton, you get unlimited access to all of them as well as reciprocal access to 2,000+ boats across the US, Canada and Europe.
About Our Business Freedom Boat Club Tacoma is a private boating club allowing all members full access to a fleet of boats. We are family owned and operated and look forward to helping you get out on the water!
About Our Location Our office is located, conveniently, right in the center of all the action. Within five minute walking distance we have over a dozen restaurants, coffee shops, and ice cream parlors, making it easy to find something everyone likes. Easily accessible bathrooms, a parking garage, and elevators are also available. Take a stroll along the waterfront to see a beautiful fountain display, interesting statues, and impressive naval ships. In the summer you can find concerts and events held right outside our front doors.
About The Pacific Northwest Here in the Great Pacific Northwest we get beautiful warm springs and summers, sprinkling falls perfect for fishing, and chilly winters. All seasons great for boating. Take our bow riders or cuddy cruisers on a hot day. When you aren’t sure if the weather will be good or turn bad use our versatile pontoon that can go from a party boat, to a fully enclosed, weather proof floating living room. Head out early on a calm morning in our speedy aluminum fishing boat, get to your favorite fishing spot in minutes, and comfortably with the hydraulic suspension seating. Cozy up on our pilot house in the winter, blankets and sweaters on the couch. Whatever your needs, we have a boat perfect for you and the beautiful Pacific Northwest weather! The PNW also offers a large variety of abundant state parks. The Puget Sound is full of state and county parks, many of which can only be accessed by boat. Checkout some of our favorite spots such as Eagle Island Marine State Park, Dockton Park, Blake Island Marine State Park and Jarrell Cove Marine State Park.
Top Marine Attractions in The Area
1 "The docks will definitely be rocking this summer in Bremerton. Now in its fifth year, the Rock the Dock concert series on the Louis Mentor Boardwalk at Bremerton Marina has been such a success that this year organizers have extended the night's schedule and made it three hours long. This seven concert series kicks off on the fourth of July and continues on and Saturday nights through August. The line-up of exceptional talent has something for all music tastes, from folk to country, pop, alternative music and good old rock ‘n roll."
2 USS Turner Joy (DD-951) was one of 18 Forrest Sherman-class destroyers of the United States Navy. She was named for Admiral Charles Turner Joy USN (1895–1956). Commissioned in 1959, she spent her entire career in the Pacific. She participated extensively in the Vietnam War, and was one of the principal ships involved in the Gulf of Tonkin Incident. Decommissioned in 1982, she is now a museum ship in Bremerton, Washington.
3 The Puget Sound Navy Museum is an official naval museum located in Bremerton, Washington, United States. The museum is one of the 10 Navy museums that are operated by the Naval History & Heritage Command.