All Members of Sailfish Point are welcome to join the Yacht Club, there is no need to own a boat to belong. Since the Club is open to all Members, there are endless activities and something for everyone. The Yacht Club is most active from October to May, and offers the following activities:
The Yacht Club’s fishing events include offshore and inshore fishing tournaments, instructional seminars, and adventure fishing trips to world class fishing destinations in the Bahamas, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Panama, and more.
The overnight cruises include trips throughout Florida such as Palm Beach, Miami and Cape Canaveral, as well as longer trips to the Florida Keys, Florida’s West Coast or the Bahamas. At stops along the way there are planned activities which can include golf, touring, shopping, “docktail” parties and fine dining. Some Members join portions of these trips by auto or plane if they are unable to travel by boat for the duration.
The Yacht Club’s day cruises take Members to nearby private clubs, waterfront restaurants and scenic raft up locations. Members have organized raft ups to watch special events such as the Stuart Air Show, Stuart’s Speedboat Races and Sailing Regattas at the US Sailing Center in Jensen Beach.
Sailing Members actively participate with local sailing organizations such as the US Sailing Center of Martin County and the St Lucie Sailing Club.
Kayak group trips are organized monthly. Some originate from the Sailfish Point Marina and explore local waters. Other times Members take a fleet of kayaks by trailer or motorboat to locations as far away as Jupiter or Fort Pierce and explore more distance salt water and freshwater locations.
Group Tours and Educational Trips are scheduled to nearby attractions that are of interest to boaters such as the Navy SEAL Museum, Hutchinson Island House of Refuge, Florida Oceanographic Society and Jupiter Lighthouse Museum. Eco-tours with noted marine experts have been held in the St. Lucie, Fort Pierce and Jupiter Inlets, as well as on the St. Lucie River and the Indian River Lagoon.