Marco Island Yacht Club
MIYC has changed the source of our email blasts (our way of letting you know what’s happening at the Club). Please add the following email address to your contacts list in order to avoid eblasts going to your spam file. email@example.com If you would like to receive email blasts on other email addresses, please call the Club - 394-0199 or send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org e b l a s t s Attention! Carol Comeaux email@example.com sends out our Club eblasts. If you have something that needs to be 'blasted' let Carol know! Need Fuel? Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club is offering a 5% discount on fuel at the public docks from May 1-October 31. Show your MIYC Membership Card and you must be in the MIYC Roster. Your Reciprocal Privileges as a Member of a Florida Council Yacht Club! Your Yacht Club is one of 36 private, member owned yacht clubs, stretching from Pensacola to Marathon to Jacksonville that are members of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs. The Council’s mission is to encourage the sport of yachting, promote the science of seamanship, and provide for the entertainment of its members. You can enjoy social and dining privileges as well as excellent marina facilities at any of the member clubs; some clubs offer golf and tennis as well. Here’s how you can begin enjoying the benefit of that reciprocity: ! Locate a member club you would like to visit by viewing the clubs on the Council web site, www.floridacouncilofyachtclubs.com or referring to the Guide to the Clubs by Land and Water. purchase your ! Review what each club offers, check days and times of operations, and note contact information for dining or docking reservations. ! Provide your member number. You should call each club directly so that nothing gets lost in the translation. ! Show your membership card when you arrive, all charges will be billed to your yacht club account, so be certain that your name and member number are correctly recorded. NOTE: Reciprocity is only for Full and Associate Members. There may be times or days when reservations will not be available, such as during special or member- only events. Some clubs also have restrictions on the frequency of use. First night dockage is free once every thirty days, but expect to pay a daily utility fee. Available slips at each club are limited in number and size, so early reservations are key.
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