BRADENTON, Fla., Sept. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. Coast Guard-licensed Captains of Freedom Boat Club took 11th and 12th grade students of Saint Stephen's Episcopal School by boat to Desoto Park in Tampa Bay for a marine science project. As an education business partner since 2007, the Freedom Boat Club invites students, teachers and chaperones onto the club's boats from the school's dock located on the McLewis Bayou. This trip's project consisted of students completing studies on the beach and in the water, analyzing sediment types with transecting lines and quadrants.
About Freedom Boat Club
Freedom Boat Club is a members-only boat club with over 60 locations spanning from Portsmouth, NH to Lake Travis, TX. The company was named as one of Entrepreneur magazine's top 500 franchises in 2005-2011. Buying a membership gains access to a fleet of boats that are shared among the members of the club. The fleet consists of a variety of boats such as bow riders, cruisers, deck, fishing and sail boats. Freedom Boat Club provides a hassle-free experience to members through managing maintenance, insurance, cleaning, and storage.
About Saint Stephen's Episcopal School
Saint Stephen's Episcopal School is an independent, college preparatory school known for its academic rigor, outstanding athletics and strong arts program. The marine science curriculum provides the opportunity for Saint Stephen's students (pre-k through grade 12) to study the wonders of the ocean environment. Saint Stephen's has direct access to the coastal waterways located directly on the McLewis Bayou with access to the Manatee River and the Gulf of Mexico.
SOURCE Freedom Boat Club