Nautical Boat Club heads to Kemah

US-based Nautical Boat Club, marketed as “the first and only boating country club”, plans to open a new location at Kemah Boardwalk Marina in Kemah, Texas this spring. The move will give club members unparalleled access to the amazing boating opportunities on Galveston Bay and Clear Lake.

“We are thrilled to be welcoming Nautical Boat Club as our newest commercial operator at the Kemah Boardwalk Marina,” says marina general manager Brad Grace. “Their commitment to an exceptional guest experience, superior boating model and impeccably high standards for membership services makes them an ideal addition to our boating community here in Kemah. We are confident that the Nautical Boat Club will strive to provide its members with remarkable experiences and create fantastic memories on the water.”
Club members will be able to go boating and fishing in local waters and then return to Kemah to enjoy its first class restaurants, shops and family attractions.
Nautical Boat Club has been established for over 25 years and has multiple locations in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin. Its boat fleet is constantly expanded and kept up-to-date, and members enjoy unlimited use of all boats for over 300 days of the year.
Member privileges include complimentary use of premium watersports equipment – skis, surf boards, wakeboards, tubes and more – and full benefits at all clubs nationwide. Service is premium “white glove” and concierge-style.
Kemah Boardwalk Marina has 400 slips and is one of the best marinas on the Texas Gulf Coast. It offers excellent hospitality services and amenities, new and pre-owned yacht sales, boat rentals, catamaran charters and lessons, luxury wine and cheese electric boat charters and multiple boardwalk attractions.


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