When it was originally founded in 1927 as the Southern Florida Boat Racing Association, the focus was primarily on sailing and racing. Several years later, the Club became the Miami Yacht Club and moved to our current location on Watson Island between the City of Miami and Miami Beach.
Facilities & Amenities
VISITORS ARE WELCOME AT THE MIAMI YACHT CLUB!
As a visitor you are welcome to enjoy our restaurant. We have lunch and dinner specials daily with the exception of Monday when the restaurant and bar are closed. Visitors are also welcome to inquire about hosting a party, banquet or meeting at the club. MYC burgees, shirts, hats, jackets and more can be purchased in our ship’s store.
RACERS ARE WELCOME AT THE MIAMI YACHT CLUB!
Regatta participants are warmly welcomed during our hosted events. Regatta participants should check with the office or regatta chair about support boat storage, amenities or if extended stays need to be arranged. Daily rates do not apply to regatta participants during hosted event.
VISITING YACHTS ARE WELCOME AT THE MIAMI YACHT CLUB!
Visiting Yachts should contact the main office for availability of space for their vessel. Charges for visiting yachts desiring to land and use the facilities of the Club vary based on club reciprocity with the visiting captain’s home yacht club.
Cruising sailors do not have to pay for anchoring in the areas beyond the dock areas; however, sailors may not land at the MYC without paying the daily rate fee.
There is a daily visitor rate and visitors are issued a temporary membership card and tag for their vessel.
The daily rate includes landing rights at MYC, use of the men’s/women’s restrooms, including showers, use of the lounge/restaurant, use of the pool, garbage disposal in the Club’s dumpster, package delivery to the Club for visiting yachts. Owners of dinghies discovered without current tags will be assessed a dockage fee. The daily rate does not include parking an automobile at the Club, lying alongside the dock, utilizing water and electricity, lying alongside the dock for repairs by either the skipper or commercial repair services. Data and communications facilities are available.
Visiting yachts desiring to lay alongside the dock and utilize the electricity, fresh water, make minor repairs, etc., may do so for a charge and based on availability.
Like our members, all visitors are expected to follow the rules of the club.
The Miami Yacht Club