Have you ever seen what Milwaukee looks like from on the water? One of our Carefree Boat Club members and his friends showed us what a typical Saturday afternoon is like for a Carefree Boat Club member. Carefree Boat Club is boating made easy. If you follow the list of steps below you can be on the water having a blast with your family and friends in just a few short days.
Step 1: Call (262) 422-6287 or go on our website at carefreeboats.com and schedule a tour to see our fleet and facilities to learn about the membership benefits.
Step 2: Become a member and schedule your classroom and on-the-water training.
Step 3: After your training is complete go online and start reserving the different boats and locations you want to go boating on. In Carefree Boat Club of Wisconsin you have an option to go on Milwaukee River/Lake Michigan, Lake Delavan or Lake Geneva.
Step 4: When you arrive at one of our clubs you’ll be greeted by a Carefree Boat Club staff member and we’ll help you and your guests get on the water. Prior to your arrival the boat you are taking out will be cleaned up, fueled up and warmed up so you literally hop on and go!
Step 5: Have fun cruising, fishing, tubing, wake boarding, skiing, sightseeing, laughing, swimming and creating wonderful memories.
Step 6: When you return back to the dock, a Carefree Boat Club staff member will be there to help you dock and safely get everyone off of the boat. After you dock the boat, hand over the keys and we’ll take care of the rest. For people who owned a boat in the past, know that your cleaning and boat covering days are done.
Say yes to the training, unlimited usage, huge fleet of boats in Milwaukee, Delavan, Lake Geneva and all over the country, meeting other members at our social events, taking clients out to lunch and travel by boat instead of a car, rewarding your employees by inviting them out on a boat ride, being able to spend time quality time with your family and friends.
Say goodbye to the maintenance, insurance, storage costs, transportation costs, getting bored of the same boat on the same lake, wasting hours of preparation and cleanup, and say goodbye to having to use an old dirty worn down rental boat.