South Gulf Cove Yacht Club
P.O. Box 27166
El Jobean, FL 33927
The Yacht Club has been recognized as the premier social organization within South Gulf Cove. We organize a wide range of events and activities, some on the water and some on land. Water activities include raft-ups in the Interceptor Lagoon, poker runs, luncheon trips to various restaurants around Charlotte Harbor and beyond, overnight trips to resorts in Southwest Florida, the Florida Keys and the east coast of Florida and an annual Lighted Boat Parade in December. Land events include themed diner dance parties such as Halloween Party, Sweetheart Dance, Oktoberfest, plus other events such as Lobster & Clam Bake, Tampa Bay Lightning games, Polo, golf tournaments, car shows, and much more.
|News & Announcements|
The next Membership meeting will be Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 at 7:30 PM at the American Legion Post 113, 3426 Indiana Street, Rotonda West, Florida.
|South Gulf Cove Lock|
NOTE: Lock Remotes are no longer being sold.
|Become a Member|
The South Gulf Cove Yacht Club meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm in the American Legion Post #113, located at 3426 Indiana Street Rotonda, Florida 33847.
Membership is open to any person who resides or owns property within South Gulf Cove. Dues are $40.00 per year per household plus a one time $25.00 initiation fee. If you are interested in becoming a member print the Membership Application, compete it and attach a check for the dues and initiation fee and mail the completed application to the address on the top of the application, or drop it off with our Membership Chairperson at one of our monthly meetings.
|Welcome New Members|
Welcome NEW Members
Let’s all send a hardy Welcome Aboard to the newest members of the SGCYC.
We have 8 new member households in June/July that’s 61 households/118 new members since Jan 1, 2019!!!!!! We currently have 353 Member Households that’s 685 individual members. Let’s all send a hardy Welcome Aboard to the newest members of the SGCYC.
Brook Bergey & Laurie Hayden moved from Pennsylvania. They live on President Circle. They are glass artisans at Hayden Brook Studios. They like kayaking, biking, gardening and painting & sculpting.
Ron & Chris Bucek use to be “snowbirds”, but they are back full-time and now living on Ostrom Ave. They are from Upper Pennisula, Michigan. Look for their 18 foot Glastron “By Accident”.
Charles & Cleopatra Duke are from Minnesota, currently living on Miami Circle. They have a 21 foot Robalo Center Console. They like boating, fishing and golfing.
Manny & Kimber Friedrich live on President Circle. They are from Huntley, Illinois. They like fishing & kayaking and she likes reading. Kimber – check out the “Little Library” at the entrance to the Pavilion.. Bring a book … take a book
Kim Hickey just moved to Kansas City Street all the way from Venice. Look for Kim’s 24 foot Hurricane Deck boat named “Queen Bee”.
Andy & Joanna Hoskins moved all the way from North Port to Brainbridge Circle. They have a 21 foot Polar center console named “Liquid Asset”
Steve & Debbie Markovic live on Migue Circle. Look for their 21 foot Sea Hunt. They moved from Connecticut. He likes scuba, fishing, and riding his motorcycle. Debbie loves to travel.
Bob & Linda Tansley live on Winnipeg St. They have a 24 foot Starcraft Pontoon Elite.