Location: Cape Cod - Falmouth, Massachusetts
Welcome to Freedom Boat Club of Falmouth - the intelligent, affordable alternative to boat ownership.
Falmouth is the perfect central hub for your grand Cape Cod-area day trips. Within 90 minutes you can experience the charm of Plymouth, Hyannis, Provincetown, Boston, Providence or Newport.
Martha’s Vineyard is also nearby (Falmouth is its closest mainland departure point), as are Waquoit Bay and the Elizabeth Islands, where fishing is world-renowned.
Other attractions include the gingerbread houses of Oak Bluffs; the country’s oldest merry-go-round in Tabernacle; quaint shops and inns of Edgartown; timeless Cuttyhunk; and scenic Vineyard Sound, with enthralling views of Nobska Light, Gay Head and Norton Point.
Of course, there are always exciting water activities – like swimming, sailing and whale watching – along our 68 miles of glorious coastline and public beaches, where waters are warmed to 70 degrees in summer by the Gulf Stream.
The Freedom Boat Club of Falmouth - Your Boat is Waiting...
Why deal with the Boat when we can? Trade yours in today!November 12, 2013
Add your boat to our fleet!
TRADE IN OR LEASE OPTIONS: 978.551.8203
The FBC lease/trade-in plan makes sense if:
- You are struggling to sell your boat and just want out
- You want to eliminate winter storage costs, maintenance and insurance costs
- You want to continue boating without the costs and headaches of ownership
Trade your boat in for a Freedom Boat Club Membership today!
Freedom Boat Club provides routine maintenance, dockage and full insurance on all boats in the Lease/Purchase Program. The Freedom Boat Club trade in plan will be customized to address your specific requirements. Payment options available.
Persons 16 years of age and older may operate a motorboat on Massachusetts' waters without any boater education requirements. Massachusetts does not require a state boating license. Members are required to participate in a Freedom Boat Club orientation. The Club does not require, but strongly recommends a U.S. Power Squadron Safe Boating Course (can be found online).