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Locale
Vendor

Amelia Island Sailing Club
http://www.ameliaisland.com/LOCAL.htm
Fernandina Beach
(904) 277-0682

Anchor Line Yacht Club
Jensen Beach

Bay Point Yacht & Country Club
http://www.baypointgolf.com
Panama City
(850) 235-6950

Bayboro Yacht Club
St. Petersburg
(727) 526-9329

Bayonet Point Yacht Club
http://www.bpyc.biz/
Hudson
(727) 869-1891

Bird Key Yacht Club
http://www.birdkeyyc.com/
Sarasota
(941) 953-4455

Biscayne Bay Sailing Club
Coconut Grove
(305) 385-6402

Biscayne Bay Yacht Club
Miami
(305) 858-6303

Biscayne Bay Yacht Racing Assoc.
http://www.bbyra.net/frame_contents.htm
Miami
(305) 666-8094

Broward Community College Sail Club
Ft Lauderdale
(954) 989-2824

Boca Ciega Yacht Club
http://www.sailbcyc.org/
Gulfport
(727) 321-7295

Bradenton Yacht Club
http://www.bradenton-yacht-club.org/
Palmetto
(941) 748-7930

Buccaneer Yacht Club Intl.
http://www.byci.org/
Palm Beach Shores

Captiva Island Yacht Club
Captiva Island
(941) 472-4133

Carlouel Yacht Club
Clearwater
(727) 446-9162

Central Florida Yacht Club
http://www.cfyc.com/
Florida’s Largest Trailer Boat Club
Orlando
(407) 654-7597

Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club
http://www.thechyc.com/
Port Charlotte
(941) 629-5131

Circle Bay Yacht & Sailing Club
Stuart

Clearwater Yacht Club
http://www.clwyc.org/
Clearwater
(727) 447-6000

Cocoa Beach Yacht Club
http://www.cbyc-fl.org/
Cape Canaveral
(321) 784-2292

Coconut Grove Sailing Club
http://www.cgsc.org/
Miami

Coconut Point Yacht Club
Stuart

Coral Reef Yacht Club
http://www.coralreefyachtclub.org/
Miami
(305) 858-1733

Coral Ridge Yacht Club
http://www.coralridgeyachtclub.com/
Ft. Lauderdale
(954) 566-7886

Cove Yacht Club
Naples

Crystal River Yacht Club
Crystal River

Davis Island Yacht Club
http://www.diyc.org
Tampa
(813) 251-1158

Daytona Beach Yacht Club
Daytona Beach

Dog Island Yacht Club
Dog Island

Dunedin Boat Club
http://www.dunedinboatclub.org/
Dunedin

Eau Gallie Yacht Club
http://www.egyachtclub.com/
Indian Harbor Beach
(407) 773-2600

Epping Forest Yacht Club
Jacksonville

The Field Club
http://www.thefieldclub.com/
Sarasota
(941) 924-1201

Florida Yacht Club
http://www.thefloridayachtclub.org/
Jacksonville
(904) 387-1653

Fort Myers Beach Yacht Club
Ft. Myers Beach

Fort Pierce Yacht Club, Inc
Fort Pierce

Fort Walton Yacht Club
http://www.fwyc.org/
Fort Walton Beach
(850) 243-7102

Grand Lagoon Yacht Club
Pensacola

Gulf Harbors Yacht Club
New Port Richey

Gulfstream Sailing Club
http://www.gulfstreamsailingclub.org/
Fort Lauderdale

Halifax River Yacht Club
http://www.hryc.com/
Founded 1896
Daytona Beach
(386) 255-7459

Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club
Palm City
(772) 336-3000

Hernando Beach Yacht Club
Hernando Beach

Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club
http://www.hisc.org/
Light House Point

Hudson Beach Yacht Club
Hudson

International Yacht Racing Club
This site developed by Steve Steiner for YachtClub.com 2001
TBD

Isla Del Sol Yacht Club
http://www.isladelsolycc.com
St. Petersburg
(727) 867-2536

Isles Yacht Club
http://www.hamiltonone.com/iyc/iyc_frame.htm
Punta Gorda
(941) 639-1369

Kennedy Point Yacht Club
Titusville

Key Biscayne Yacht Club
Key Biscayne
(305) 361-9209

Key West Yacht Club
Key West
(305) 296-3446

Lake Beresford Yacht Club
Deland
(386) 734-3854

Landings Yacht Club
http://thelandingssite.com/yachtclub.htm
Ft. Meyers
(239) 481-7181

Lauderdale Isles Yacht & Tennis Club
http://www.liytc.com/
Ft. Lauderdale
(954) 583-7422

Lauderdale Yacht Club
http://www.lyc.org/
Ft. Lauderdale
(954) 524-5500

Lighhouse Point Yacht & Racquet Club
http://www.lpyrc.com/
Lighthouse Point

Manalapan Yacht Club
Manalanpan

Marathon Yacht Club
http://www.bootkeyharbor.com/yachtclub.htm
Marathon
(305) 743-6739

Marco Bay Yacht Club
Marco Island

Marco Cruise Club
http://www.marcocruiseclub.com/
Marco Island

Marco Island Yacht & Sailing Club
Marco Island Florida

Melbourne Yacht Club
http://www.melbourneyachtclub.com/
Melbourne

Miami Yacht Club
http://www.miamiyachtclub.net/
Miami

The Moorings Club
http://www.themooringsclub.com/
Vero Beach
(772) 231-1004

Mount Dora Yacht Club
Mount Dora

Naples Sailing and Yacht Club
http://www.nsyc-naples.org/
Naples
(239) 774-0424

Naples Yacht Club
Naples
(239) 262-6647

Navy Yacht Club
http://www.navypnsyc.org/
Pensacola

Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club
Jacksonville

North Florida Cruising Club
http://members.aol.com/cruessa/index.html
Jacksonville

North Palm Beach Yacht Club
http://www.npbyachtclub.org
North Palm Beach

Old Port Yacht Club
North Palm Beach

Palm Beach Sailing Club
http://www.pbsail.org/
4600 North Flagler Dr
West Palm Beach
33407
(561) 881-0809

Palm Beach Yacht Club
West Palm Beach

Palm Coast Yacht Club
Palm Coast

Palma Sola Bay Yacht Club
Bradenton

Pasadena Yacht Club
Gulfport

Pass-A-Grille Yacht Club
http://www.pagyc.com/
St. Petersburg Beach
(727) 360-1646

Pelican Yacht Club
Fort Pierce
Pensacola Beach Yacht Club
http://www.pensacolabeach-yc.org/
Gulf Breeze

Pensacola Yacht Club
http://www.pensacolayachtclub.org/

Great Hospitable Club
Gulfport – Pensacola Race
1897 Cypress Street
Pensacola
32501
(850) 433-8804

Platinum Point Yacht Club
Punta Gorda

Port St. Lucie Yacht Club

Port St. Lucie
(772)
879-4555

Prudence Yacht Club
Lake Park

Punta Gorda Boat Club
Punta Gorda

Queens Harbor Yacht and Country Club
http://www.qhycc.com/
Jacksonville
(904) 221-8865

Riomar Bay Yacht Club
Vero Beach

Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club
Boca Raton
(561) 395-2100

Royal Palm Yacht Club
http://royal-palm-yacht-club.org/
Ft. Myers
(941) 334-2176

Royal Turkey Yacht Club
http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/2510/
North Palm Beach

Sailfish Point Yacht Club
Stuart

Saint Marks Yacht Club
http://www.istal.com/pwhittier/
Saint Marks

Saint Petersburg Yacht Club
http://www.spyc.org/
St. Petersburg
(727) 822-3873

Saints & Sinner Yacht Club
Port St. Lucie

Sarasota Sailing Squadron
Sarasota

Sarasota Yacht Club
http://www.sarasotayachtclub.org/
Sarasota
(941) 365-4191

Smyrna Yacht Club
New Smyrna Beach
(386) 427-4040

Saint Andrews Bay Yacht Club
http://www.stabyc.com/
Panama City
(850) 769-2453

Saint Augustine Yacht Club
Saint Augustine

Saint Charles Yacht Club
http://www.stcharlesyachtclub.com/
Fort Myers
(239) 466-2007

Saint Marks Yacht Club
http://www.istal.com/pwhittier
Saint Marks

Saint Petersburg Yacht Club
http://www.spyc.org/
Saint Petersburg
(772) 822-3873

Stuart Corinthian Yacht Club
http://www.stucoryc.com/
Stuart
(772) 221-1900

Sunset Harbor Yacht Club
http://www.sunsetharboryc.com
Daytona Beach
(386) 947-9900

Tampa Yacht & Country Club
Tampa
(813) 831-1611

Tarpon Springs Yacht Club
http://www.tsyc.net/
Tarpon Springs
(772) 934-2136

Tierra Verde Yacht Club
Tierra Verde

Timber Island Yacht Club
Carrabelle

Treasure Island Tennis & Yacht Club
http://www.tityc.com/
Treasure Island
(727) 367-4511

Venice Yacht Club
http://www.veniceyachtclub.com/
Venice
(941) 488-7708

Vero Beach Yacht Club
http://www.verobeachyachtclub.com/
Vero Beach
(561) 231-2211

Windjammers of Clearwater
http://www.windjammerssailing.org/windjammers/
Clearwater

World Yacht Club
Miami

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