Freedom Boat Club Delaware offers customers an opportunity to become Members of an international club that provides unlimited access to boating at an affordable cost of entry. Members join by paying a one-time entry fee and monthly dues. In return, Freedom Boat Club Delaware makes its versatile fleet of boats available to its members, and handles all aspects of service and maintenance of the boats. Freedom Boat Club Delaware employs a proven member-to-boat ratio formula to ensure there are always plenty of boats in the fleet to service the demand of members. And, unlike other clubs, we will rotate new boats into the system while moving old boats out of inventory after three years of use. Reservations are easily made in advance through a proprietary online system, or members can contact the Dock Master and take any boat that is available that day. Freedom Boat Club has been in business since 1989, and is the world’s largest and oldest members-only boat club. With 16,000+ members, 148+ franchise and corporate club locations from coast to coast throughout the United States and Canada, and 1,600+ boats in the collective fleet, members can enjoy reciprocal access to boating everywhere Freedom Boat Clubs are located. This is one of the most valued features of membership in Freedom Boat Club. In addition, Freedom Boat Club Delaware will provide to new members free, unlimited classroom and hands-on / on-the-water training, taught by USCG licensed instructors. The instructors know the local waterways and are capable of ensuring that members are well trained to become competent, confident, and safe boaters in Delaware. Lastly, one of the best aspects of private boat club membership in Freedom Boat Club is the fun membership socials! This can include dock parties, dinners, party boat cruises aboard local charters, local parades, community events, and more. Freedom Boat Club of Delaware is newly established in 2017, and is family-owned by husband and wife team Tom and Bev Rosella and their nephew Josh Rosella. For the 2018 season, we plan to have 5-6 boats on the canal in Lewes, DE.