Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Welcome to Freedom Boat Club of Jacksonville!
Jacksonville is a sprawling metropolitan center of over one million people. This friendly and comfortable place to live is loaded with coastal communities and neighborhoods, each as unique as the people who live in them. Outdoor activities abound with 68 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline and over 300 miles of river. Our members enjoy the endless boating activities available to them. Check out the top seven our members enjoy!
1. Wakeboarding, waterskiing, hydro sliding and tubing, in several of our protected creeks right near the Julington Creek Marina
2. Cruising to the Zoo by boat
3. Attending any number of activities at the Jacksonville Landing, including lunch, drinks or snacks
4. Going to the Riverside Arts Market, eating, listening to music, or just hanging out
5. Going to Whiteys Fish Camp, Clarks Fish Camp, or Outback Crabshack, for food and drinks.
6. Fishing, fishing, and more fishing... 7. Going to a Jaguars game by boat
Hear what members are saying about the club.
When I first joined, I kept thinking, I keep waiting for the other shoe to drop, it never does. When we moved to Jacksonville from Tampa, we joined for a worry-free boating experience. Nobody told us about the friends we'd meet or the fun we'd have both on and off the water.
Boating to the Jaguars game was one of the neatest experiences we've had so far in Jax. Freedom Boat Club is a great club and these forays are a fun event. Had a great experience at the Destin club today. You guys - and this program - ROCKS!
I have been thrilled with our membership. We have had a blast tubing in the St John' last summer and look forward to this summer.
It's been a great experience for our family. Truly all of the great things about boating but none of the hassles. FBC has lived up to every end of the agreement. We took out a nice family boat in Ft. Myers franchise this past week and it was an equally great experience. It only cost gas and a gratuity!
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Freedom Boat Club, The Alternative to Boat Ownership, Hassle Free Boating You are invited to come see for yourself, make an appointment, and come take a Free Boat Ride..
National Marina Day - Take the HelmJune 08, 2013
Effective October 1, 2001, a person 21 years of age or younger may not operate a vessel powered by a motor of 10 horsepower or greater unless such person has in his or her possession aboard the vessel photographic identification and a boater safety identification. From boats, bridges, shore or surf, there are plenty of opportunities to catch the big ones. But you will need a fishing license. Call the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at (888) 347-4356 for details and fees. All licenses are available from the county tax collectors offices and sub-agents located at tackle shops, fish camps, hardware stores and sporting goods stores.