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The Venice Yacht Club provides the members a private social club with extraordinary services and facilities. Membership includes successful business and professional people and spans all ages. The club is member controlled. Therefore, each member has a voice in the use and care of the club facilities and services. Camaraderie abounds. Amenities are extraordinary. Activities are many. Fine dining, cordial ambiance and impeccable service are the norm.Venice Yacht Club is a member of theFlorida Council of Yacht Clubs (FCYC).

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This place is the best, great dock master, tiki bar, staff! Stayed one night at the dock on our Cat while sailing up the west coast Meet some great friends Kirsten and John Whitehead, hope to see them again soon! The food was fresh and delicious at the Yacht Club and we will be back soon!

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Fun July 4th party! Snow cones, pool games and a large water slide. The food was good. We are outside in the shade. Salads and burgers.

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I have written about the month long celebration I am enjoying for my birthday. This time, 2 of my friends offered to treat me here to dinner, and it was absolutely lovely. Food, service, atmosphere could not have been better. There was a pasta buffet, so many choices, I wish I had another stomach to fill, there was just so much good to choose from. You need to be a member, or guest of a member to attend, so I am definitely glad I was invited here. EXCELLENT CHOICE!

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I LOVE THIS PLACE. Very nice employees. Fun environment. We have had a membership there for almost 2 years. Great place to eat, swim, hang out , have a get together with friends, good location .

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Ate dinner outside by the Tiki bar. Selected the chef's special...blackened grouper with blackened shrimp. Entree came with rice & snap peas. Excellent. Nice setting, John is a friendly bartender. We have eaten here multiple times since first review and joined club as members. Great staff and amenities. Chef Josh provides an excellent variety of seafood dishes.

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This place was packed when I stumbled onto the solid dock, sea legs trembling beneath me, feet stained brown by the Suns rays, cowl up protecting my eyes from its radiating reflection of off calm water. I was parched, stressed, and sore after 13+ hours of being tossed by a salty sea, granule filled water droplets pelting my skin all day, leaving crystalline drops on all of my clothing as I powered through with the hopes of reprieve on the horizon. The bar was full when I arrived, with a lone bar tender servicing the entire place by himself. Turns out, a wedding party had booked the main restaurant, and any spontaneous guests were being reroute do to the outside bar. It's really quite a nice little dock bar, with a good draft beer selection, along with all of the traditional liquor combinations you might want. The bartender, John, was overwhelmed, but very cool, and he made sure everyone knew what was going on. He was definitely skilled, and provided great service, especially considering the deluge of customers that had surged into his limited space. The chicken wings were crispy but moist, the nachos weren't bad, and the Greek salad was quite good! The food was tasty, the bartender John handled the situation admirably, provided good service, AND miraculously maintained a great attitude, and I was a satisfied customer! I hope he's there if you go- he was headed to Poland for a well deserved break last I checked....

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  • Longitude:  -82.46302

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The Florida Council membership offers multiple club privileges without having to pay multiple club dues. Enjoy social and dining privileges at a collection of 37 private clubs in the state of Florida, offering excellent marina facilities as well as casual and fine dining options. Some clubs offer golf and tennis as well.

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Venice Yacht Club

Latitude:  27° 6' 30" ~  Longitude:  -82° 27' 43"

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Radio Contact:  Channel 16 is monitored. Identification:  We ask all visitors to identify themselves by presenting their Club membership card to the receptionist at the office, at the main entrance, or to the dock master if by boat. Reciprocity:  Full reciprocity to all FCYC members.

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Arrival by Car

From I-75 southbound exit #200, Nokomis, this will take you to US-41. Go south on US-41 to Business 41, turn west onto Business US-41. Cross over ICW bridge, turn right at second traffic light - Venice Ave. 

Continue on Venice Avenue to the beach, turn right onto The Esplanade. After about 1/2 mile, turn left on to Tarpon Center Drive, continue on Tarpon Center Drive about a 1/4 mile the Club is on your right.

From I-75 northbound, exit at #193, Venice / Englewood . Head west on Venice Ave. and follow instructions above. From US-41 north or south at Venice Avenue turn west and follow directions above. Radio Contact:  Channel 16 is monitored. Identification:  We ask all visitors to identify themselves by presenting their Club membership card to the receptionist at the office, at the main entrance, or to the dock master if by boat. Reciprocity:  Full reciprocity to all FCYC members.

Venice Yacht Club Hours of Operation

11:30am – 9:00pm
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Main Dining Room and Sunset Room: Tuesday to Saturday Lunch:  Shorts Permitted 1 Tuesday to Friday Dinner:  Shorts Permitted Saturday Dinner:  Casual 2  required, Shorts are Not Permitted Sunday: Breakfast / Brunch and Dinner:  Casual required, Shorts are Not Permitted Main Bar and Pearson's Cove: (all day) Tuesday to Sunday:  Shorts Permitted Tiki Bar: (all day) Tuesday to Sunday:  Bathing attire 3  Permitted 1  Shorts Permitted:  Gentlemen wear dressy slacks or shorts, collared shirt, turtleneck or dressy collarless shirt with sleeves (no tank tops); Ladies wear skirts, dressy slacks or dressy shorts and tops. For Gentlemen and Ladies, no tee shirts, and no flip-flops, torn or cutoff clothing or inappropriate tee shirts. Upscale denim is allowed. Gentlemen’s hats and caps are not to be worn in the Club at any time. 2  Casual:  Gentlemen wear dressy slacks, collared shirt, turtleneck or dressy collarless shirt with sleeves (no tank tops); Ladies wear skirts, dressy slacks and tops. For Gentlemen and Ladies, no jeans, no shorts, no tee shirts and no flip-flops. Upscale denim is allowed. Gentlemen’s hats and caps are not to be worn in the Club at any time. 3  Bathing Attire:  Bathing suits and bathing attire are allowed outside at the Tiki bar and in the Ready Room only. Bathing suits, bathing attire, Gentlemen’s hats or caps and tank tops are not to be worn in the Club at any time.

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Terri griffith, vice commodore, rear commodore, bruce furman, ccm, general manager, doug laudenslager, clubhouse manager, executive chef, member relations manager, samantha winkle, event coordinator, jeff towers.

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Venice, FL | N 27° 06.550' / W 082° 27.650'

1330 Tarpon Center Drive

Venice, FL 34285

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Membership in the Venice Yacht Club gives you full privileges at all the other 36 fellow member clubs in the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs ( FCYC ). In addition, many other clubs in the area offer reciprocal programs for Venice Yacht Club members. Some are annual, and others are summer only (will post here when available). This page will be updated as the information changes, so check back often.

Click here to view the list of member clubs over at the FCYC website.

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Full Membership in the Venice Yacht Club gives you dining, golf, and fitness privileges at some of the most esteemed clubs in Sarasota County.  

2023 VYC Summer Reciprocals May 1 st – October 31 st  

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How Much Do Yacht Club Memberships Cost? (5 Helpful Examples)

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Joining a yacht club is an important milestone in your life. It marks a certain degree of success and allows you to enjoy plenty of luxurious amenities. Setting sail on a yacht is the ultimate way to unwind from a hectic work week while you try to climb the corporate ladder.

Fortunately, there are yacht clubs all over the country that would love to welcome you as a brand-new member. You can enjoy an afternoon on the water with a beautiful yacht in exchange for a small sum of money.

But how much do Yacht Club memberships generally cost?

Prices for Yacht Clubs will vary based on your location, the fleet, and even the amenities that are offered at the marina. The average annual membership price is between $900-$4,000 depending on your level of luxury and needs.

To give you an idea of what you could expect to pay for your yacht club membership, here are some numbers gathered from across the country:

Yacht Club Annual Dues
Charleston Yacht Club $900
Florida Yacht Club $3,288
Atlanta Yacht Club $900
Chicago Yacht Club $3,690
California Yacht Club $3,144

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What Does Each Yacht Club Offer?

Each yacht club is going to offer something that sets it apart from the others on this listing. To give you a better idea of where your money is going, here is a brief synopsis of what you can expect at each location.

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Charleston Yacht Club

Charleston is a premier cruising destination with plenty of waterways for you to explore. They offer a launch hoist, dry slips, day dockage, free parking, and a long list of events scheduled throughout the year.

You also gain privileges at other yacht clubs around the world. If you don’t own your own yacht, they have plenty of members who often have room on their boats to accommodate a few extra passengers.

Florida Yacht Club

The Florida Yacht Club is a relatively exclusive club that features amazing amenities like fine dining and an array of aquatic activities.

You can play tennis, enjoy a spa treatment or massage, or get in a rousing game of croquet from the shore. They also host events and permit you to extend your privileges to other locations scattered around the Florida coast.

Atlanta Yacht Club

The Atlanta Yacht Club is primarily geared toward sailors who are interested in racing. They have a fleet of more than thirty different boats that are designed to help you further your knowledge of sailing.

If you still have a lot to learn, you can even take classes at this location. Prospective members must be sponsored and co-sponsored by two club members for entrance.

Related Article: 7 Boat Clubs in Florida You Should Know (Before Choosing)

Chicago Yacht Club

Members of the Chicago Yacht Club will find plenty of opportunities to get involved. With more than forty different committees, you can find a circle of friends that have common interests beyond just sailing and racing.

You also receive transient docking at both the Belmont and Monroe harbors, exclusive invites to private events, and reciprocity at more than 900 clubs across the country.

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California Yacht Club

The California Yacht Club is home to both national and world championship regattas.

They host plenty of events from scuba club to book club to wine tastings. If you want to find a true community of like-minded sailors, this could be the place for you.

One of the best features is the reciprocity at locations not just across the United States but across the world. You can feel free to travel the world with your yacht and experience some of the same fellowship globally.

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What are the Cheapest Yacht Clubs?

The cheapest yacht clubs charge just under $1,000 per year for membership. While this does give you access to different types of experiences, you may be disappointed by the overall amenities.

Some yacht clubs are known for their extravagant country club styles that help you to embrace a particular lifestyle. They include Olympic-sized swimming pools, state-of-the-art tennis courts, and fine dining.

Everything has a beautiful waterfront view. It can feel like you are in the middle of an idyllic paradise without ever even having to leave the shore. If this is what you can gain from the most expensive yacht clubs, you should set your expectations much lower for the cheaper yacht clubs.

The cheaper yacht clubs lack the community aspect of these exclusive options. They feature dry slips and the occasional party, but not much more.

Some of them may have the feel of a county park with some picnic benches, outdoor grills, and a moderately sized swimming pool. Expect a much more casual atmosphere when you choose to go with a cheaper yacht club.

It is even possible that they are simply “paper yacht clubs” that do not even maintain a physical building of their own.

How Much Do the Most Expensive Yacht Clubs Cost to Join?

The most expensive yacht clubs can vary a great deal in price. Most of them will cost between $3,000 and $4,000 per year. However, you can certainly find more exclusive clubs that will cost above and beyond this.

Keep in mind that these more expensive clubs generally are not open to the public. They are offered by invitation only and you must have a member sponsor you to be considered for entrance.

When you are paying for a more expensive yacht club, you should make sure that you are really going to get your money’s worth. These expensive clubs promote a certain type of elegant lifestyle.

Make sure that you are planning to take advantage of all the amenities available from one of these clubs before you sink too much money into the membership fees. The social aspect of these expensive yacht clubs is extremely important.

If you plan to simply rent a boat from time to time, you might be able to go with a cheaper yacht club.

Related Article: How Long Do Sailboats Last?

What Is Generally Included in the Membership Fee for Yacht Clubs?

Have you been wondering why you should join a yacht club? Many potential members want to know what they can expect from their membership fees before they commit to a year-long contract. There are many advantages to signing up for a membership with a well-known yacht club.

Amenities and Activities

First and foremost, you get access to activities and cruises planned by board members. These might be various sailing activities, dinners, get-togethers, tennis matches, or other events that take up a lazy Sunday afternoon.

You also gain access to any amenities that surround the yacht club’s marina. For many programs, this means a fitness center, pool, and tennis courts. Several locations also offer fine dining, meeting rooms, and more.

It is like a private oasis where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of the regular world. Time moves slowly when you’re enjoying the amenities here.

Many yacht clubs have programs that introduce children (and adults!) to sailing. Take classes to learn more about improving your technique, sailing safety, and other important aspects of life on the open water.

Access to the Fleet

The main reason why most people join yacht clubs is to be able to rent out boats instead of purchasing their own. Joining a yacht club may give you access to an entire fleet of yachts that can be reserved for a day or weeks at a time. Some yacht clubs allow you to rent boats for up to ten days at a time.

Others do not allow you to rent out ships. They are primarily geared toward individuals who already own a yacht or will own a yacht in the future. Make sure you know the difference in advance.

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Are There any Additional Costs Besides the Membership Fees?

Unfortunately, the membership fees are not the only cost associated with joining a yacht club. Most of the clubs in the United States also have a one-time initial fee that tends to cost thousands of dollars. Many will range from $1,500 to $5,000 depending on the location and the exclusivity of the yacht club.

This one-time fee should be the only additional money you pay except for fuel. Most yacht clubs do not cover the cost of the fuel used in the ship during your rental if renting is an option. Be prepared for what this could cost you.

If you cause damage to the ship, you can also expect some out-of-pocket costs. Insurance should cover the damage, but you will likely be asked to cover the cost of the deductible.

Be sure to inquire about how much you may be on the hook for before you sign up for any particular yacht club. Accidents can happen, even to the most experienced sailors. Make sure that you can afford the mishap in advance.

Is a Yacht Club Membership Right for You?

Understanding what the real cost of a yacht club membership is can be the first step toward determining if this is right for you. Many people love the luxuries available through the more expensive yacht clubs, but they may not be able to afford it. Consider what is most important in a club to you before deciding to sign on the dotted line for an annual membership.

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Note:  The SVYC building will be closed on June 17 through 5 PM on June 20 for plumbing repairs.  

So you've always wanted to join a Yacht Club.  Well now's your chance and you don't even need to own a Yacht.  In fact, this Yacht Club is Yachtless! That's right, we're not about YACHTS we're about PEOPLE!

If you're looking for a social club for meeting wonderful people, dining, dancing, and just having fun, then look no further.  If there's one thing we know how to do, it's have fun.  All club functions and activities are run and supervised by our club members.  In addition to two social evenings a month, we also host a variety of activities throughout the month.  Our proximity to the intercoastal waterway is also ideal for canoeing and kayaking.  Our monthly newsletter is called, "The Yacht Yarn." 

How's it sound so far?  We've only mentioned a few of the goodies.  For more information on our club and how to get in on all the fun, contact , Sue Rogers, Membership Director (330-990-4995).

Set sail with us soon, we would love to have you on-board. 

Use the links below to learn more about the South Venice Yacht Club!

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Membership Fees: You can gain complete access to the club’s boats – as well as all clubbing activities for a set period of time each year (per your membership plan) – after paying a one-time membership fee of $7,000. The club offers a set of flexible membership plans for 12, 6, and 3 months each.

How many members are in the Venice Yacht Club?

Club changes from semi private to private with a membership now of 135 and growing. VYC became a member of the Florida Ocean Racing Association. Monthly newsletter begins, “The Log.” Board of the club to begin seeking property for its own clubhouse and docks.

How many locations does Freedom Boat Club have?

Freedom Boat Club – the world’s largest members-only boat club – was founded in 1989 in Sarasota, Florida. Today, the Clubs 300+ locations welcomes hundreds of members to its docks each day to enjoy a day on the water while we take care of the rest including fueling, cleaning, maintenance, and more.

What is the point of a yacht club?

Promote Racing The primary purpose of a yacht club is to promote sailing, cruising, and racing. They typically organize regattas during the summers that members of other clubs can compete in and represent their club.

Who owns Freedom Boat Club?

Brunswick CorporationFreedom Boat Club / Parent organization

Are yacht clubs worth it?

Are yacht clubs worth it? When you find the right fit, yacht clubs are worth the investment of both time and money. In addition to racing and cruising, when you join a yacht club, you can enjoy the camaraderie of experienced yacht owners who can help get you started on your new adventures.

Who owns Freedom Boat Club Tampa?

John Giglio has been with Freedom Boat Club since 2004. He became the sole owner in 2012. John Giglio, 39, operates Freedom Boat Club, a membership organization that markets itself as an affordable alternative to boat ownership. Giglio has been with Freedom since 2004 and became sole owner in 2012.

How much is Freedom Boat Club in Michigan?

Members of the Freedom Boat Club pay a one-time sign-on fee, plus a monthly fee of $369, or $269 if you just want to use boats on weekdays. The Free Press is unable to publish the sign-on fee due to the club’s corporate policy, but you can reach out to your local club for more pricing information.

What’s the point of a yacht club?

The purpose of a yacht club is to celebrate boaters and the sport of yacht racing, sailing, and cruising. What Is A Yacht Club? A yacht club is a social membership sports club for boaters.

How much money do you make working on a yacht?

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Position Size of Vessel Salary Range
Stewardess All yachts $3,000 – $5,000 per month
Junior Stewardess All yachts $2,500 – $3,500 per month
Deckhand / Stewardess 110 ft – 250 ft+ $2,500 – $3,500 per month
60 ft – 110 ft $2,000 – $3,000 per month

What is the difference between a marina and a yacht club?

What is the difference between a marina and a yacht club? The difference between a yacht club and a marina is the purpose in which it operates. A yacht club is a private club. It is organized and assembled to aid in the support of the sport of sailing/racing.

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    More than just a Yacht Club! Founded in 1951, today the Venice Yacht Club enjoys an outstanding reputation in the Florida sailing and boating community of private clubs. Our Mission? "To provide an exceptional private club experience for a diverse and. engaged membership across the full spectrum of family, social, dining,

  2. Schedule of Dues, Fees & Charges 2020

    Renter Transfer Fee- $300 (30 day min. & 3 time max/year) Tennis - Guest of a Member $15.00 October - May / $8.00 June - September. (All dues fees & charges are subject to change at the sole discretion of the club, subject to applicable Florida Sales Tax) Contact: Club Administration (941) 493-5010 1901 Jacaranda Boulevard, Venice, FL 34293 ...

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    Our vast array of over 15 social clubs and monthly events include those young and young at heart - Yoga, Gourmet Dinners, Bingo, Cruising Club, Dive in Movies and more. Warm afternoons at the Tiki Bar with Live Entertainment or Sunday Brunch in our Bayside Dining Room are a wonderful way to spend time with family and friends.

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    How much is summer membership at Venice Yacht club. over a year ago Answer. 2 answers. Reviewed this restaurant. Cherry V. Venice, Florida. 1. Vote. $535.00 which goes to 12/1/20.

  5. Club Information

    Venice Yacht Club 1330 Tarpon Center Drive Venice, FL 34285. Latitude: 27° 6' 30" ~ Longitude: -82° 27' 43"

  6. Club Events

    The cost is $4.00 pp and you must have a partner. Call 488-7708 for reservations at least one day in advance. Ladies Luncheon Ladies Luncheon The Venice Yacht Club hosts a Ladies Luncheon once a month and a very special "Ladies Night Out" in October which benefits a local charity. They feature outside speakers who educate on a variety of ...

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    The Venice Yacht Club and Marina sets on the shores of Roberts Bay and makes an ideal location for water lovers and boaters alike. Our private marina, in close proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, is an enviable amenity. ... all at no cost to citizens or organizations. The goal of the Sustainable Initiatives programs is to meet the needs of the ...

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    Venice Yacht Club. Phone: 941-488-7708. Email: [email protected]. Address: 1330 Tarpon Center Drive Venice, Florida 34285. ... water sports, and beach activities, while maintaining the highest standards of yacht club service to our membership with continuous commitment to improvement and innovation as well as service to our community." ...

  9. Venice Yacht Club

    The Venice Yacht Club provides the members a private social club with extraordinary services and facilities. Membership includes successful business and professional people and spans all ages. The club is member controlled. Therefore, each member has a voice in the use and care of the club facilities and services.

  10. History

    At the Venice Yacht Club we embrace family, friendship and community above all. ... Both Windjammers and Pram Fleet were open to all youth in Venice. Costs of sponsoring the youth sailing groups are growing. Tuitions of 25 cents per sailor for the school year began in the late 1960s.

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    6 reviews and 13 photos of VENICE YACHT CLUB "Ate dinner outside by the Tiki bar. Selected the chef's special...blackened grouper with blackened shrimp. Entree came with rice & snap peas. Excellent. Nice setting, John is a friendly bartender. We have eaten here multiple times since first review and joined club as members. Great staff and amenities.

  12. 4 Boat Clubs In Venice, Florida You Should Know

    Possibly best of all, becoming a member of the Freedom Boat Club also enables you to receive free and unlimited one-on-one training from their team of in-house United States Coast Guard licensed captains. 2. Waves Boat and Social Club. Waves Boat and Social club has been around for over 25 years and has four other branches spread across Florida.

  13. Venice Yacht Club

    Marina Phone: 941-488-7708. 1330 Tarpon Center Drive, Venice, FL 34285. View Marina Website. The Venice Yacht Club provides the members a private social club with extraordinary services and facilities. Membership includes successful business and professional people and spans all ages. The club is member controlled.

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    The Venice Yacht Club Marina is a State of Florida recognized Clean Marina. This recently expanded private facility has 68 member slips as well as a large T-dock to accommodate visiting Florida Council of Yacht Clubs boaters. Our state-of-the-art docks are complete with connections for potable water and pump out, as well as up to 100 amp ...

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    Bruce Furman, Venice Yacht Club general manager, says his club has seen membership growth unlike this type in the past. Generally when the club experiences year-over-year growth in membership it's only a handful at a time. But from July 2020 to June 2021, the Venice Yacht Club welcomed 51 members.

  16. Member Clubs

    2800 Yacht Club Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304. See More. Davis Island Yacht Club. 1315 Severn Avenue. Tampa, FL 33606. See More. Eau Gallie Yacht Club. ... Venice Yacht Club. 1330 Tarpon Center Drive. Venice, Florida 34285. See More. Vero Beach Yacht Club. 3601 Rio Vista Blvd. Vero Beach, FL 32963. See More. Home; About;

  17. Venice Yacht Club in Venice, FL, United States

    Services & Amenities. Max. Vessel LOA: 100.0 Feet. Venice Yacht Club, Venice, FL, United States Marina. Find marina reviews, phone number, boat and yacht docks, slips, and moorings for rent at Venice Yacht Club.

  18. Club Information

    Venice Yacht Club 1330 Tarpon Center Drive Venice, FL 34285. Latitude: 27° 6' 30" ~ Longitude: -82° 27' 43"

  19. Venice Yacht Club

    Venice Yacht Club is a marina located in Venice, FL | N 27° 06.550', W 082° 27.650'

  20. FCYC & Reciprocals

    Membership in the Venice Yacht Club gives you full privileges at all the other 36 fellow member clubs in the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs ( FCYC ). In addition, many other clubs in the area offer reciprocal programs for Venice Yacht Club members. Some are annual, and others are summer only (will post here when available).

  21. How Much Do Yacht Club Memberships Cost? (5 Helpful Examples)

    To give you an idea of what you could expect to pay for your yacht club membership, here are some numbers gathered from across the country: Yacht Club. Annual Dues. Charleston Yacht Club. $900. Florida Yacht Club. $3,288. Atlanta Yacht Club. $900.

  22. South Venice Yacht Club

    For more information on our club and how to get in on all the fun, contact , Sue Rogers, Membership Director (330-990-4995). Set sail with us soon, we would love to have you on-board. Use the links below to learn more about the South Venice Yacht Club!

  23. How much does it cost to join Venice Yacht Club?

    Members of the Freedom Boat Club pay a one-time sign-on fee, plus a monthly fee of $369, or $269 if you just want to use boats on weekdays. The Free Press is unable to publish the sign-on fee due to the club's corporate policy, but you can reach out to your local club for more pricing information.

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