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Introduction to Florida Sailors Or Sailors just passing through Florida's East Coast

My name is Renee and I am an avid sailor. I am volunteering as Master-At-Arms for the Port Canaveral Yacht Club - which at our club, is the Membership Chair. I sail the Atlantic Ocean almost every weekend! Port Canaveral Yacht Club is a private, member-owned, non-profit yacht club. We are members of the Yachting Club of America and therefore, respect reciprocal club membership. We also have very competitive transient rates. I love our club because of the awesome restaurant with a gourmet chef and two bars along with laundry, shower and a workshop on property. Also, there are a dozen restaurants just a short walk away along with a staggering array of boating services, mechanics, electronics, you name it. We have fast access to the Ocean (takes us 20 minutes in our 30' sailboat) and with some patience (two swing bridges and a lock) access to the ICW - approximately 45 minutes in our 30' sailboat. We love sailing up and down Cocoa Beach with the dolphins, whales and turtles! Check us out at Port Canaveral Yacht Club on the web or call the office Mon-Fri 10am to 2pm EST @ 321-784-2292 or contact our Dock master @ 321-482-0167.

Fair winds and following seas to sailors passing through our area!
Renee Hughes
Master-At-Arms 2013
Port Canaveral Yacht Club
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