Hello boaters and boaters-to-be, and welcome back to our six-part series on what makes the Carefree Boat Club so uniquely great, and why it is perfect for you! Finally, mother nature is starting to take off her big winter coat and gear up for more cheerful temperatures, and sunshine means boating! So if you are reading this you’ve got great timing. This series so far has covered affordability, unlimited usage, variety of boats, and availability. Did you know that on top of our hassle-free guarantee, we also promise that your financial commitment pans out to be only 1/3 the cost of owning a similar watercraft personally? Besides, why choose just one boat to buy when you could join the Carefree Boat Club and choose daily from bowriders, pontoons, cruisers, double deckers with water slides, and water sport boats? It’s easy, just log your choices into ResNet, our reservation system, pack your snacks, and enjoy your outing!
Becoming a part of the Carefree Boat Club family means options; not only the ability to choose which boat to enjoy for the day, but also WHERE you place your reservation. Setting is key, it can change the entire dynamic of your outing! For our East Tennessee locals, we bring to you three locations – Boone Lake (yes, we are still afloat), South Holston Lake, and Watauga Lake (fun fact: the third cleanest lake in the US). Now here’s the punchline. Although your membership encompasses usage of the boats on all three of our home lakes, it is not limited to them! The Carefree Boat Club prides itself on stretching nationwide, and your membership does too. Find yourself in Charleston for the weekend? Make a reservation and enjoy unlimited boat rides across the South Carolinian water! Or head west to our left coast friends. You can even find us in the British Virgin Islands and in Canada. Check out the link below to browse the complete list of Carefree locations.
Anywhere. Anytime. Multitudes of watercrafts picked specifically for you. We are all about freedom through options. Join us today!Contributor: Carefree Boat Club of Tennessee