Who is Cherokee Boat Club meant for?
We are the ideal solution for anyone who is looking to get into boating in the Gallatin, Lebanon, or Nashville area. Whether you're a boating veteran or someone just starting out, we provide a complete hassle-free boating experience for you, your family, and friends! Members will find they spend more time on the water and have more flexibility over owning their own boat. Also great for families looking to get the kids out of the house and more time outside!
How do I reserve a boat?
Our state-of-the-art reservation system allows you to reserve a boat via app or website. Members have 2 half-day reservations for the books that can be used at any time. You can even call in or send us a text a reserve a boat spontaneously without affecting your future reservations!
How hard is it to get a boat when I want?
Availability is key to our business process. We ensure boat availability by keeping the lowest member-to-boat ratio in the industry. We maintain one boat for every 5 members!
Is there a limit as to how often I can use the boats?
There is no limit to how many times you'd like to use the boats. We encourage you to use them as if they were your own, giving you the ability to boat at your discretion.
What are the costs associated with the club?
As a member, you are responsible for your orientation fee, monthly dues, rental equipment, and the gas you use on your outings.
What if I've never boated before or don't feel comfortable behind the wheel?
No need to worry, we are ideal for new boaters. We offer complete training for every new joining member and their spouses!
I'm not sure I'll use Cherokee Boat Club enough to justify a membership.
As a member, you'll actually find yourself going out on the water more than if you owned your own boat. Without having to worry about cleaning, storage, launching, towing, and maintenance, you can focus on spending more time with friends and family on the water! Members save 1.5 - 2 hours of their own time every time they take out a boat club vessel. Not to mention, as a member you can save up to $10,000 in what would be costs associated with owning your own boat.