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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the Jupiter Pointe Boat Club, LLC?
    A: The Jupiter Pointe Boat Club, LLC is a membership based boating club that offers an alternative to boat ownership. Members have unlimited use of a variety of brand new vessels for a fraction of the cost to own and without maintenance or cleanup!
  • Q: How do I know what boats will be available?
    A: The Jupiter Pointe Boat Club, LLC maintains a 1-10 boat-to-member ratio that preserves the availability of the boats. This means that as the Memberships grow, we will continue to add more vessels to our fleet. Our reservation policy also allows all members equal access to reservations up to 6 months in advance.
  • Q: As a member, what types of boats will I have access to?
    A: The vessels in the Jupiter Pointe Boat Club, LLC’s fleet range from 21’ – 27’ and include Center Console, Deck Boats and Pontoon Boats.
  • Q: What if I don’t have boating experience?
    A: Our licensed Captains offer private one-on-one training courses by appointment for an additional fee. Each member is also given an Orientation Course the first time they use one of the Jupiter Pointe Boat Club, LLC vessels. Each member and authorized users must complete an approved Boater’s Safety Course within 90 days of joining, or provide documentation of previous certification. We also offer hands on boating courses by appointment. Call 561-746-2600 to schedule hands on training.
  • Q: Who can be an authorized user?
    A: An authorized user is any household family member who is at least 21 years of age. Users are limited to spouses and children only. Additional users may be added for an additional fee.
  • Q: Is insurance included?
    A: Yes! In the unfortunate case of an accident, our members are only liable for the insurance deductible. The deductible is $5,000.00 but you may buy down the deductible to $1,500.00 for a low cost of $250.00
  • Q: What are the cruising limits?
    A: Limits are 25 miles North and 25 miles South and a maximum of 10 miles offshore. The Bahamas are off-limits.