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How Businesses Can Use a Boat Club

Businesses can use a Boat Club Membership to get clients and employees away from the boardroom and into a boat. From performance perks to midday getaways, our fleet can bring some Florida flare and adventure to your day-to-day operations.

From the Desk to the Dock

Reward your employees for their hard work by getting them out of the office and onto the open water. Top-earners, customer service extraordinaries, and committed workers can trade in business attire for sunshine and shorts. Let them experience the boating life not just as an incentive to continue their stellar work, but as a way to thank them for their loyalty.

How Businesses Can Use a Boat Club

Cruising With Corporate Clients

Forget a traditional lunch with clients. How about taking them out on the boat for some dockside dining or sightseeing? It’s hard to beat the ambiance of fresh air and tropical waters as you’re making your way to waterfront restaurants or sandbars.

There’s also the added benefit of chatting with clients in stress-free environments. You don’t have to connect with them in noisy dining rooms or in a confined office. Instead, a boat provides a more open, comfortable space where you can speak freely without any distractions, or use a sea turtle or manatee sighting to get the conversation going.

Coasting to a Sale

Throwing in a Boat Club Membership to sweeten a deal is a unique way to set yourself apart from your competitors. Maybe you’re a realtor and want to say thank you to a homebuyer for helping you earn the commission. Maybe you’re trying to drum up repeat customers by leaving them with something to remember you by.

You don’t have to go overboard. If a yearly membership seems over the top, we also have packages for 25 or 50 hours on the water. The best part is that they can spread out those hours over the course of two years. You also can get a Boat Club Membership for yourself so you can take clients out on the water as a way of saying thank you for their business.

Setting a Morale Compass

High employee morale is like having the wind in your sails. A Boat Club Membership lets businesses chart out unique locations for team-building exercises, like sandbars, tropical islands or scenic environments only accessible by boat.

Ditching the break room to socialize under the Florida sun breaks up the corporate routine. Instead of taking phone calls they can take time for themselves. Instead of feeling buried by emails they can bury their toes in the sand. The gesture will boost their mood and keep company morale afloat.

A Visionary Voyage

Sometimes a change of scenery is all you need to bring creativity to life. Forget fake beach backgrounds on zoom calls. Alternatively, give your team an authentic backdrop of palm trees and the open sea by taking your meetings out on the water. Unobstructed sight lines, clear coastal waters and a gentle breeze—feel free to set your inspiration on cruise control.

Spending time outdoors is also a great way to recharge. When you’re around green spaces, like estuaries, inlets and bays that have a lot of trees and vegetation, your brain gets a cognitive boost, like enhanced concentration, reduced stress levels, and better physical and mental health.

Can your business use a boat club? We’re happy to help you navigate through the different memberships we offer so you can find an option that works best for you and your employees. Contact us today to get the conversation going.

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