(St. Augustine, FL)
Welcome to Freedom Boat Club of Jacksonville & St. Augustine
Freedom Boat Club of St. Augustine fact sheet
Established: July 10, 2010
Location:Â Camachee Cove Marina. 3036A Harbor Drive, St. Augustine, Fla. 32084
Our fleet:Â 31 Boats: consisting of thirteen 2017 models, seventeen 2016 models, one 2015 models.Â There are Seven 20ft Hurricane Deck Boats, eight Key West Offshore Center Consoles, five Key West inshore center consoles, seven Key West Dual Consoles, and fourÂ flats fishing boats.Â Our Fleet
About Camachee Cove Marina:Â It is conveniently located off Vilano Causeway, AIA, just west of the Vilano Beach Bridge, over the Intercostal waterway. Full service marina with a shipsâ€™ store, restrooms, showers, pool and ice.Â There are two restaurants on the property.
The marina offers easy access to theÂ inlet, Intercostal waterway, and great backwater creek fishing within minutes of the marina. Various islands to visit, many fun stops like Aunt Kates, Caps Restaurant, the Conch House, and docking downtown.
Here is a list of the top seven activities of our St. Augustine club members.
1. Cruising to Matanzas InletÂ
2. Going to Reggae Sunday at the Conch House
3. Boating to lunch at one of the many waterside restaurantsÂ
4. Docking downtown and exploring historic St. Augustine
5. Sightseeing cruise in search of dolphins and sea turtles
6. Inshore fishing, shallow-water fishing, and offshore fishing.
7. Swimming or picnicking on a sandbar
Membership extras:Â A full social calendar of special events and family activities. Discounts at Freedom Boat Club membership partners. Partners
Kevin SeeligÂ firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Almeida, â€œThe Boatanistaâ€Â Â email@example.com
St. Augustine dock phone:Â 904-562-8842
Effective Jan. 1, 2010, boat operators who were born on or after Jan. 1, 1988, must have a Florida Boating Safety Education Identification Card to operate a motorboat with 10 horsepower or more.. 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.