Welcome to Leisure Time Boating Club

About Us

OUR HISTORY

Leisure Time Boating Club is the second oldest boating club on the East Coast of Florida.  Started in 2004 In Vero Beach at the Riverside Cafe as a franchise boating club it was decided that being a  franchise was not our cup of tea.  The major problem was that we had people coming from all over the Country using our boats and our members had to wait to use a boat.


In 2009 we moved our location in Vero Beach to what was then Loggerhead Marina which is now Suntex Marina.  We are small club compared the franchise clubs  which allows us to have personal contact with our members.


The club in the Stuart area was started in 2008 and was located at the  loggerhead Marina  until the hurricane in September 2017 destroyed their docks.  We are now located at the Sandpiper Bay Marina within Club Med in Port St. Lucie 

LOCATIONS

In Vero Beach we are located in the Suntec Marina within the Grand Harbor residential gated community.   Suntex Marina is the premier marina on the Treasure Coast. (see map and directions at the top left of main page)


   1221 Marina Village Circle

Vero Beach, Fl. 32967



Office

Our office is located  at 4920 US 1, Vero Beach, FL 32967.  This location includes our six bay service facility.  (see map and directions at the top left of main page)


Port St. Lucie

Our Club in Port St. Lucie is located within the Club Med Resort .  This location provide great boating for water skiing, fishing  and just relaxing in the open water. (see map and directions at the top left of main page)


Sandpiper Bay Marina

(within Club Med)

 3500 SE Morningside Blvd.

Port St. Lucie, FL. 34962



CONTACT US

Contact us by pressing the tab at the top left of the main page. Leisure Time Boating Club in Vero Beach and Club Med in Port St lucie

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Leisure Time Boating Club

4920 US #1, Vero Beach, FL 32967, US

(772) 539-0051

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