Freedom Boat Club signs deal with Safe Harbor Marinas

Freedom Boat Club operates from 14 Safe Harbor Marinas facilities in North America,

Freedom Boat Club and Safe Harbor Marinas joined forces in an agreement to benefit members of the latter who have an SHM Platinum Card.

SSafe Harbor Marinas members who sign up will enjoy custom rates and exclusive standby access to the Freedom Boat Club fleet at joint club and marina locations.

“Marina relationships are very important to our business, and we work with many of the best operators in the business, including a long-standing relationship with Safe Harbor Marinas,” Freedom Boat Club president and CEO John Giglio said in a statement. “We are very pleased to provide added value to the SHM operation to benefit its members and we believe this enhanced relationship delivers a win-win for all involved.”

Freedom Boat Club operates from 14 Safe Harbor Marinas facilities in North America, including facilities in the states of Florida, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and California. Both companies say they plan to expand the coverage to include more franchise opportunities in the future.

“This partnership demonstrates the power of our complementary national platforms,” Safe Harbor Marinas CEO Baxter Underwood said. “Together we are offering Safe Harbor members the ability to boat across the entire country with the nation’s premier boat club.”


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