Monmouth Boat Club
Photo by J. Rutherford
Monmouth Boat Club was founded over 130
years ago on the Navesink River in the heart
of Red Bank. Its historic clubhouse has three
tiers of porches for socializing or enjoying a
spectacular view of the river and the sunset.
The house is surrounded by a boatyard and
has three hoists for launching, three 200-foot
floating docks, and more than 50 moorings
for larger boats. The Club is an informal and
friendly organization, run and maintained
entirely by its members.
Monmouth Boat Club was originally
established as a rowing club in 1879, but
the rowboat gave way to the popularity of
motor-boating in the early twentieth century.
One-design sailboat racing has been the
major focus of the Club since the 1920s,
and in 2000, Monmouth Boat Club came full
circle when a new rowing fleet was formed.
Go to monmouthboatclub.org for a current
list of active fleets and groups.
MONMOUTH BOAT CLUB
Enjoy the Navesink through Boating!
With its historic clubhouse and wrap-around porch just perfect
for relaxing, the Monmouth Boat Club on the beautiful
Navesink River offers something for everyone in the family.
Perfect for boating, sailing, kayaking, rowing, canoeing and
paddle boarding, it’s a place for adults and kids to learn how
to sail and begin a lifelong love affair with sailing.
Learn more about becoming a member:
31 Union Street | Red Bank, NJ | 732.741.6100