The Carefree Boat Club at Rockingham Marina on Boone Lake has made an exciting fleet addition for 2017: a beastly 350hp Chaparral 244 Sunesta Surf boat! This powerful craft has an inboard Volvo V-8 engine with a top speed of 50mph and high-tech water sports features to make this your most exhilarating summer yet. The […]
Memorial Day is almost here, your friends are all getting their boats out of storage and getting them ready for the season – now you’re realizing what fun they are all having and you’re wondering “how much does a boat cost?” If you haven’t shopped in a while, you may be in for quite a shock.
Come and check out the benefits of The Carefree Boat Club and see all of the hottest boats in the 2016 fleet, that will make your boating this summer an experience of a lifetime!
Looking for a new or used pontoon boat for your family this year? We hope you find this Selecting the Perfect Pontoon guide useful! The boat you choose can be as unique as your family, your lifestyle, and your budget.
Once you start the shopping process, you’ll quickly see prices ranging from $25,000 for an entry level pontoon boat, all the way up to $60,000 for an entry level sport boat. These are entry prices that can get much more expensive as you start adding options.
Spring is upon us and it’s time to start making your best boating memories ever! Here are a couple of basic reminders that will make your boating experiences as safe and as fun as possible!
The boating lifestyle; what better way to keep the bonds of family and friends strong than by leaving all your troubles on shore as you enjoy a peaceful day on the water? Connecting with loved ones, children, spouse and extended family is a great recipe to keeping your stress at bay.
The annual Tri-Cities Boat Show will take place in the main convention hall at Meadowview and will feature tons of great watersport vendors from Johnson City, Kingsport, and Bristol. You can expect giveaways and this will be a super opportunity to talk with boating professionals in the area.
It’s easy to be nervous when you consider purchasing your first boat. However, your boat purchase does not have to feel this way at all. With proper planning and a little patience, your purchase can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling things you will ever buy.
An important question that I hear a LOT as a membership director for Carefree Boat Club is “How should I boat – should I rent, own, or Boat Club?” and my answer is always the same; it depends.