NEW Member Benefit with Carefree Boating Club

May 12, 2022

$500 New Member Discount; PCOC included in new membership

Boating without owning….. It’s about time TM

The Carefree concept is simple – offering you the opportunity to fully experience the joys of boating without the high costs and commitments of ownership. There are no limits on how often you go boating – just join, pay your dues and boat as often as you like. Enjoy affordable boating, and spend more TIME on the water with family and friends.

New to boating? Carefree Boat Club offers free on the water training and a boating license with all new memberships. Boat the Carefree way and enjoy the walk on – walk off boating lifestyle. Dockside service included.

CPS-ECP members will receive a $500 discount on the entry fee to Carefree Boat Club and a $75 credit on CPS-ECP courses at participating locations. Joining is easy, just contact Steve at benefits@carefreeboatclub.ca for more information on becoming a member.

www.carefreeboatclub.ca

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