The Freedom Boat Club Partnership program was created to establish relationships with local businesses in order to provide additional value-added opportunities for its members, your customers. The local businesses offer a discount to members who present proof of their FBC membership
We would like to invite you to become a member of the Freedom Boat Club Partnership Program. If you are interested in this amazing opportunity, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (727) 940-3408 and ask for Lisa Reho.
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The Plantation On Crystal River
The Plantation is a beautiful 50-year-old, 232 acre eco-friendly resort offering comfortable accommodations, a full service spa, and is surrounded by the natural springs of Kings Bay. This bay in Crystal River is one of the largest aquifers in the state and home to more than 400 West Indian manatees that migrate each year to the warmth of the springs. Our onsite activities range from golf to boating and fishing with so much in-between and we offer several specials and packages to help sculpt your perfect vacation! There's always something fun to do at The Plantation on Crystal River!
Freedom Boat Club members will receive a 15% discount on their stay! The perfect place for a Stay-cation!
Our office is in Room 101!
Rodan & Fields
Tampa Bay Yacht Charter
The Smooth C's is a 43' Viking Motor Yacht, USCG Certified for 20 passengers plus 2 crew, owned and managed by Tampa Bay Yacht Charter, LLC. We offer private 2 to 8 hour crewed luxury yacht charters or dockside meeting/event space in the St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota, and Tampa area, including the Tampa Convention Center. We specialize in corporate, executive, and team building events as well as social occasions such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries or memorials at sea. Event charters include Gasparilla and SOFIC.
Special rates for Freedom Boat Club members.
For more information, please see tampabayyachtcharter.com.
Hula Bay Club & Duke's Retired Surfer's Island Bar
Born August 24th, 1894 in Honolulu, Duke Kahanamoku went on to become the undisputed father of modern surfing.
Although Hawaiians had been riding waves since before the arrival of Captain Cook, Duke exposed the sport to the rest of the world. After winning a gold and silver medal in swimming at the Stockholm Olympics, he traveled the world and subsequently introduced surfing to the East Coast, Australia, and New Zealand, demonstrating his talent and spreading Aloha to scores of enthralled spectators.
Duke went on to win another Olympic gold and silver medal and solidified his waterman status by rescuing eight fishermen at Newport Harbor, and being inducted into the Swimming Hall of Fame as well as the Surfing Hall of Fame.
Duke fraternized with dignitaries, royalty, movie stars, and of course some of early surfing's greatest athletes and craftsmen. Greg Noll called Duke "... a hero to your hero's heroes," and surfer magazine named him surfer of the century.
Now, almost a century later, legend has it that Duke surfed across the Pacific... Through the Panama Canal into the Gulf of Mexico and into Tampa Bay, having now arrived at Duke's Retired Surfer's Island Bar.
The Resort and Club at Little Harbor
Ruskin, Florida Hotel near Tampa The Resort and Club at Little Harbor combines the romantic atmosphere of a Caribbean Island getaway with a private beach, world-class service and luxurious amenities designed to sweep you away from the cares of the world and wrap you in a world of breezy elegance and tropical comforts.