FYC150 Project

Project Vision

In the aftermath of the flooding and damage from Irma, the Board of Governors moved quickly to renovate the portion of the clubhouse that was damaged. That year, Commodore Tuohy, established the Dock Advisory Committee, and the Board began working on items needed to plan and secure our future.

Over the last few years, we have worked behind the scenes building a foundation of work to guide us to a more established vision for our membership. We surveyed the members in 2020 to establish a guide of the needs of our club as we developed our Capital needs into a Master Plan.

Through our efforts with Club Benchmarking (Financial Planning), Peacock & Lewis and ELM (Land Based Master Plan) and ATM (Sea Based Master Plan), we have finally been able to finalize a multiyear vision for our membership to approve and facilitate moving into our Sesquicentennial with new facilities. The Board of Governors believes this plan will guide us in the years to come and provide a clear vision for current and future Commodores and Boards to make decisions on how to implement improvements into the next decade.

Sesquicentennial Enhancements

Casual Dining, Pool, Clubhouse, Pickleball Courts (Phase 1A)


  • Construction of a NEW casual dining facility and bar with indoor and outdoor seating.
  • Renovation or replacement of the pool and surrounding areas.
  • Renovation of the South portion of the Clubhouse including new restrooms and member entrances.
  • Additional Tennis and New Pickleball Courts

Front Basin Restoration


  • Installation of a proper breakwater to protect existing assets and continue to allow for day boating and transient access.
  • Repair/replace A dock as budget allows.
  • Project commenced in January 2023

Clubhouse & Kitchen (Phase 1B)


  • Renovation of the 60+ year-old kitchen.
  • New Member Entrance, Staff Offices, and Ship Store.
  • Renovation of the Pirate’s Den and Bar.

Conceptual Renderings