Freedom Boat Club Cleans Up Naples Beach
NAPLES, Fla., Aug. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The Freedom Boat Club participated in the Collier County Sheriff’s Office Marine Bureau and the Collier County Marine Alliance’s 3rd Annual Keewaydin Island Clean Up on Saturday, August 27, 2011. Freedom Boat Club members along with Membership Executive, Capt. Lynn Keller drove boats from the Freedom Boat Club Naples dock to Keewaydin Island to make an impact in conserving this immaculate coastline.
About Freedom Boat Club
Established in 1989, this members-only boat club provides a hassle-free boating experience to members, with access to over 60 locations nationwide.
About Keewaydin Island
Keewaydin Island is a special place, a sanctuary for wildlife and a recreational destination for local residents and tourists. The 8-mile-long island is one of southwest Florida’s largest unbridged barrier islands. Least terns and loggerhead sea turtles use the island’s pristine beach as a vital nesting ground. People also enjoy the island, which provides a great opportunity to experience Florida’s natural coast. Thousands of boaters visit the island each year, boosting our local economy through rentals and purchases of boats, fishing tackle, and fuel.
SOURCE Freedom Boat Club