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 is Tuesday June 4th, 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 with 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
We have 10 new member households in March that’s 46 new members since Jan 1, 2019!!!!!! We currently have 336 Member Households that’s 655 individual members. Let’s all send a hardy Welcome Aboard to the newest members of the SGCYC.
Dave & Laura Alexander are from Bel Air, Maryland. They have a house on Leipzig Circle. Laura likes reading and gardening. Check out The Learning Garden at Blake Drive/Santa Cruz off Ingraham Blvd.
Francie Brown lives on Consul Street and that sweet southerner hails from Nashville, TN. She’s already proved she can party with the best at the St Paddy’s Day party.
Bill & Judy Budd are from Medina, Ohio. They live on Fruitport Circle. Look for “Uncorked,” their 27 foot Chaparral Bowrider crusin’ the canals. His hobbies include woodworking and she like jewelry making.
Bruce & Bonnie Byrnes live on Santa Cruz Drive. They moved from Michigan. Their boat “Bonita Life” is a 25 foot Sea Hunt Center Console. They both love fishing and boating.
Debbie Desrochers & Henry Wielgosz live on Ruston Circle. They moved from the cold Massachusetts winters. Look the “DQueen” their 19 foot Wellcraft Center Console.
Jack & Teresa Evans are from Maryland. They are full-timers living on Aron Circle. They have a 20 foot Hurricane Deck boat.
Jack Harrington & Gayle Vandenbergh live on Chinook Way. They have a 22 foot Key West 219 FS. His hobbies include flying and operating a Ham Radio. She likes quilting and golfing. I hope you were able to participate in the CCT’s Ladies Fishing Tournament on March 23 - it’s an annual event.
Warren & Joan Harrington live in New Hampshire. Their home is on Alpaca Circle.
Mark & Karen Radcliffe live on Calumet. They moved all the way from North Port. Their 26 foot Nautic Star Center Console is named the “The Barber Coast.” Join us in the Lagoon at the Mooring ball for the next Raft-up.
Andy & Victoria Schnare are from Nova Scotia, Canada with a home on Stuart Circle. No boat yet but they are looking to buy.