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Manila Yacht Club is the only member-owned yacht club in Manila Philippines and the oldest yacht club in all of Asia. The Manila Yacht Club was established in 1927, but its history dates back to an affluent time when our first members were the officers and men of  James C. Rockwell, Joseph A. Thomas, Aubrey P. Ames, Stewart A. Taite and A.S. Heyward.

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The Manila Yacht Club (MYC) is a members-only yacht club based in Manila, Philippines and located in Manila Bay. The Club is one of the oldest yacht clubs in Asia.

Located in the city proper of Manila along Roxas Boulevard, adjacent to the Philippine Navy General Headquarters and fronting the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. Its Marina section is the forefront of the Club operation. The mooring and berthing areas are well secured by a breakwater structures constructed to protect an anchorage of the Members’ yachts from the effects of high strength of winds and vigorous waves.

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The online edition of the maritime league's maritime review magazine, the manila yacht club the country’s premiere yacht club.

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The Manila Yacht Club (MYC), established in 1927, is a member’s only Club and is the country’s premier yacht club. Considered as a social and sporting Mecca, much of the Philippines boating activities are based at the MYC.

89 years on, the Club remains today, the country’s premiere yacht club due to its strong traditions and rich historic past. The Club is a yachting hub in Southeast Asia committed to the promotion of all forms of water activities.

Past MYC Commo. Juan Marcos C. Arellano Offshore Sailing

Past MYC Commo. Juan Marcos C. Arellano Offshore Sailing

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When it comes to maintenance of member’s yachts, the MYC Yard facilities have been upgraded to include a 15-ton travel lift capable of lifting yachts up to 50 feet and a slipway for larger heavier yachts. A hardstand area, work dock, and concrete launching ramp are also available.

The 2015-2016 Boating Season formally began with the Club’s traditional Opening Day celebrated last Saturday, October 10, 2015.

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RAdm. Bayani R. Gaerlan AFP, Chief of Naval Staff, was guest of honor.  He joined Commodore Francisco P. Garcia, Club Directors and other club members to celebrate this colorful annual event.

The Philippine Coast Guard 101st Auxiliary commanded by Rear Admiral Winifredo E. Villanueva, together with the MYC 201st Naval Affiliated Reserved Squadron, joined the day’s festivities.

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The MYC offers members extensive dining and restaurant facilities; The Clubhouse Veranda now features an attractive array of Chinese, Spanish and Filipino cuisine in its daily menu offerings and the opportunity to enjoy the famous Manila Bay Sunset. Formal Dining is offered at the Diamond Helm Room. And a range of private function facilities can cater to anything from small family gatherings or business lunches to grand ball functions catering to 100 or more.

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Visiting yachts and their crews are welcome to the Club.  The Manila Yacht Club is situated within a closed basin protected by a typhoon-proof breakwater.

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Visiting yachts up to 60 feet may be moored inside the basin, Yachts above 60 feet may anchor outside the basin and transfer by dinghy or service boat to the main clubhouse. Upon arrival, visitors should register with the Administration office and introduce themselves to the Club officers.

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75 Nautical Miles from Manila, Maricaban Island, Batangas, is a good out-of-town destination for MYC boat owners of both sailboats and motorboats, and for the other MYC Sailing and Boating Programs.

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The Yellow brick tracker is a rugged and fully self-contained battery operated tracker which works anywhere on Earth. The standalone marine safety, tracking, and communications unit is now available for Rent from the MYC Sailing and Race Office.

Friends and family can now have the peace of mind of easily tracking your adventure on Google Maps or Google Satellite View.

The Manila Yacht Club is located at 2351 Roxas Boulevard, Malate, Manila.  Contact No. 521- 44-58 to 59. [email protected]    web: www.myc.org.ph

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My Name is Roy Bowyer and I’m a Past Commodore of the Bobbin Head Cruising Club based in Sydney Australia. I will be visiting Manila in the first two weeks of March and would enjoy a visit to the club probably for dinning purposes. I can arrange a letter of introduction for our current Commodore if required. Best regards Roy Bowyer

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Hi Roy, kindly visit http://myc.org.ph/visiting-yachts/ for information on how to connect with the Manila Yacht Club.

Have a wonderful stay in Manila!

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Conceived as one of the oldest yacht clubs in Asia, the Manila Yacht Club (MYC) is one of the few organized yacht clubs found in the Philippines . It is based in Manila , exclusively for members and they are situated in Manila Bay where sunset is a perfect view during fine weather conditions.

Because the Philippines’ has 7,107 islands, yachting in this archipelago may be one of the main reasons the Manila Yacht Club was set-up. The club coordinates many international and regional competitions and assists in other related events. The Manila Yacht Club members often join in yacht racing events both in and out of the country. This includes the China Sea Race which was started by the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club in 1962, the King’s Cup of Thailand and Rajah Muda of Singapore among many other regattas. The Manila Yacht Club also joined the Presidents Cup Regatta which is known as a major event in the whole Philippines, held after Easter. This eagerly anticipated event began in 1993 as the Philippine Easter Regatta and came to be known as it is today when former President Fidel V. Ramos requested the Manila Yacht Club to hold an international regatta during APEC Summit held in the country in 1997. From then on, the event was renamed as the President’s Cup Regatta. The next Presidents Cup will be held in Boracay .

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The Manila Yacht Club is the Philippines’ prime yacht club which owes its strong reputation to its rich historic past, exciting present and promising future. On January 20, 1927, five yachtsmen gathered at the Polo Club which was then situated beside Manila Bay and signed their names on the By-laws (made since 1926) of the Manila Yacht Club. James C. Rockwell, Joseph A. Thomas, Aubrey P. Ames, Stewart A. Tait, and A. S. Heyward affixed their signatures on the document, making them as the first few members of the club.

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Office of the Philippine Navy Patrol near Manila Yacht Club

In about 1933 to 1934, the Philippine Navy Patrol moved its office from Canacao Bay in Cavite to Manila Bay which was then solely occupied by the Manila Yacht Club and caused minor conflict between the two entities. The Philippine Navy Patrol occupied the area near the club and moved the latter’s clubhouse in a nearby location. On December 28, 1941 before the Japanese Marine Detachment, the Manila Yacht Club suffered on what would have been its “last day”. In 1945, with the liberation of Manila, the Manila Yacht Club started to reconstruct its clubhouse and other facilities. On April 1, 1947, the Manila Yacht Club officially re-opened using the Quonset hut as a Clubhouse.

Manila Yachts and Philippine Navy Ships in Manila Bay

Manila Yachts and Philippine Navy Ships in Manila Bay

Manila Yacht Club is one of the many yachting hub in Southeast Asia. It is committed to the promotion of sailing as a sport. The club entices both sightseers and hobbyists to join them. They hold its racing season from September to May every year. Some of them offer free and paid ride to locals and foreigners, cruising along Manila Bay by afternoon until night.

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Hi Peter, I suggest you locate the websites of and contact MYC, SBYC (Subic Bay Yacht Club) and PGYC (Puerto Galera Yacht Club – talk to Peter Stevens) to get more info. Take a look at the locations on Google Earth also. Are you planning to park your yacht in Manila Bay waters or are you expecting to move around a lot on weekends or do you expect lots of active sailing/cruising regattas in a year? There are other yacht clubs in Cebu, etc. Best to come visit the YCs and chat with members to see if the place/company suits your needs. MYC does have good maintenance facilities, is located in MLA, has great food, etc but other places have cleaner water or are based in lovely white sand edged islands. Good luck! – Cherrie @pinoyboats

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hello my name is peter i live in the uk near falmouth in beautiful Cornwall i have been lucky enough to meat a lovely girl from manila so i am planning to spend much of my time in your lovely country . i worked at sea as a home trade master for 10 years and sailed on the replica of the golden hind and raced Thames sailing barges , i now own a moody 37 and have spent most of my cruising time sailing between the uk and the med . now looking for a change of scenery i would like to become a member of a yacht club in manila what is the situation regarding membership with your marina . look forward to hearing from you . thanks peter

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The Manila Yacht Club is located on eastern Manila Bay, in western Manila with coordinates 14° 33' 43"N ; 120° 59' 6"E, or situated in the city proper of Manila along Roxas Boulevard, adjacent to the Philippine Navy General Headquarters and fronting the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. Its Marina section is the forefront of the Club operation. The mooring and berthing areas are well secured by a breakwater structures constructed to protect an anchorage of the Members’ yachts from the effects of high strength of winds and vigorous waves.

For fees and other charges, please contact the MYC Marina section at this number:   (632) 523-71-78 loc 122 & 120

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The manila yacht club (myc) is a member-only yacht club based in manila, philippines, and located in manila bay. the club is one of the oldest yacht clubs in asia.the club is located in one of the major yachting hubs of southeast asia, the philippines, consisting of over 7,100 islands. the club organizes numerous competitions internationally and regionally. it also co-organizes events. its members frequently join major international as well as philippine yacht racing events. this list includes the china sea race, begun by the royal hong kong yacht club in 1962. the other asian regattas that myc sailors join include the king's cup of thailand and rajah muda of singapore..

Manila Yacht Club

The Manila Yacht Club (MYC) is a member-only yacht club based in Manila, Philippines, and located in Manila Bay. The club is one of the oldest yacht clubs in Asia.

The club is located in one of the major yachting hubs of Southeast Asia, the Philippines, consisting of over 7,100 Islands.

The club organizes numerous competitions internationally and regionally. It also co-organizes events. Its members frequently join major international as well as Philippine yacht racing events. This list includes the China Sea Race, begun by the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club in 1962. The other Asian regattas that MYC sailors join include the King's Cup of Thailand and Rajah Muda of Singapore.

The MYC also participates in annual "Presidents Cup Regatta", a major Philippine sailing event that spans the entire country. The Current Presidents Cup will be held in Boracay.

Through the efforts and the passion of sailing, five devoted yachtsmen, James C. Rockwell, Joseph A. Thomas, Aubrey P. Ames, Stewart E. Tait, A.S. Heyward, the first by-laws of the Club were signed on January 20, 1927. The Club was established to encourage and develop boating throughout the country, The club also strived to teach fair play, and to teach people about yachting, camaraderie and good sportsmanship.

With a rich history of over 75 years, there is no doubt that the Club also went through a lot of rough sailing in the past. The pleasure of sailing was stopped in December 1941 when World War II began. The Americans confiscated the boats docked at the MYC basin for fear that the Japanese soldiers might use them to launch an attack on Corregidor. The boats were sunk and others were set on fire. Sailing then came to a complete halt from 1941-1945 when the United States and the Philippine Commonwealth troops arrived to liberate Manila. The US Army occupied the Club and in March 1947, MYC was able to secure the property where it stands today. Women also started to become members of the Club during that time.

The Club began to join some international sailing competitions in the 1960s. The Philippines was the first Asian country to participate in the Olympics yachting events. Also during that time, eighty percent of club membership was composed of Americans and other expatriates.

In the 1970s, expat membership declined and they began to leave the country due to the dictatorship of the Martial Law years. Membership picked up again during the mid-1980s until the early 1990s. But sailing went down in 1995 because of the Asian Economic Crisis.

Since the Philippines is considered to be prone to typhoons and devastating storms, the boat owners had problems in maintenance and safety of their yachts. The solution came about in 1998 when the height of the seawall was increased to protect the boats anchored in the basin of the Manila Yacht Club. The following year, another major project materialized with the launching of the floating berths which serves as a place of protection for the boats in the basin. From then on, maintenance and accessibility became easier.

In 1998, the Club became a proprietary corporation when members became shareholders. Member can sell their shares or pass it on to their heirs.

The Manila Yacht Club is also affiliated with the Philippine Sailing Association and aims to race competitively in local and international sailing events.

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Manila is a major city in the Philippines. Tourists can go around Manila in many options. Buses, FXs, jeepneys, taxis, tricycles, and pedicabs are available as a mode of transportations in the city. The city is also serviced by the Manila Light Rail Transit System, popularly known as LRT, as distinct from the MRT in other parts of Metro Manila.

Calesas are still used in the streets of Binondo and Intramuros, but mostly for tourists. Which mode of for-hire used depends upon the distance to be traveled, the cost, and the width of the streets.

The Port of Manila, located in the vicinity of Manila Bay, is the chief seaport of the Philippines. The city is also served by the Pasig River Ferry Service which runs on the Pasig River.

The city is served by the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Diosdado Macapagal International Airport.

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FoodfindsAsia.com | 8 Yacht Clubs and Marinas in the Philippines to Moor Your Boat In | Filipinos’ history as a maritime people date back to prehistoric times. In fact, the Philippines’ basic sociopolitical unit today, the barangay, traces its etymological origins to the balangay , the ancient outrigger boats that were used by precolonial Filipino communities to explore and conquer islands this side of the Pacific. As a people belonging to a seafaring culture, it’s no wonder that modern Filipinos are taking a retrospective look at their glorious past as Austronesian mariners and are developing a renewed love for the ocean and marinas as present-day yachtsmen.

Today, Philippine marinas look to accommodate more and more yachts and other pleasure watercrafts as the years go by. In 2017, an ASEAN Briefing op-ed piece named the Philippines as a country with high potential in yacht industry growth. The natural beauty of the Philippine islands and its fantastic bays, combined with a growing interest in leisurely sea travel, can explain the spike in yachting activities throughout the country.

Are you part of the demographic that’s become enamored of the yachting lifestyle? Do you want to know where in the country you can berth your watercraft? Leading sailboat and motorboat authority Europa Yachts is happy to enter the conversation, and recommends the following locations for discovering the Philippines through yachting. Here is a short list of clubs and marinas in the country, organized by island region.  

Manila Yacht Club and Marina, Manila, Metro Manila

Established in 1927, the Manila Yacht Club and Marina is one of the oldest yacht clubs in all of Asia, and is nestled in the scenic Manila Bay. It is also near other well-known landmarks in the city, such as the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), the headquarters of the Philippine Navy, and the US Embassy. Facilities in the marina include a launching ramp and a fueling center, and the club itself is host to a restaurant and gorgeous function rooms. The Manila Yacht Club only welcomes visitors who arrive by boat, and it charges an initial security deposit of USD 750 upon arrival. Club membership is mandatory for medium and long-term mooring of boats.

Subic Bay Yacht Club, Zambales

The Subic Bay Yacht Club, which was founded in 1998, upholds itself as the country’s premier yacht club. It operates in the deepest bay in the country, and can host vessels well beyond 50 meters in length. Already benefitting from the innate beauty of the Zambales mountains surrounding it, the club hosts a number of other attractions, including its luxury accommodations, swimming pools, and its own movie theater, bowling alley, and nightclub. Those who venture outside of the club’s premises can also shop for well-priced imported goods at the Subic Freeport Zone, engage in water sports , or sign up for diving excursions.

Punta Fuego Yacht Club, Batangas

Peaceful Punta Fuego is a mecca for those who love the sport of sailing. As per its official website, the Punta Fuego Yacht Club aims to serve “a dynamic and vibrant community of boat enthusiasts and yacht owners.” This it does by playing host to a diverse population of watercrafts, from large catamarans and mono-hull yachts to small boats. Non-members of the club may use the berths for up to 3 weeks, and can refuel at the marina’s fueling station. The yacht club offers other amenities such as locker rooms, shower rooms, Internet facilities, a chart room, and a restaurant called Barracuda Bar, which serves delicious fares. Outside of the yachting crowd, Punta Fuego Yacht Club also caters to those wishing to celebrate weddings, conferences, and corporate events in their opulent quarters.

Puerto Galera Yacht Club, Oriental Mindoro

Further south, yachtsmen may moor at the Puerto Galera Yacht Club in Oriental Mindoro, an island location that’s home to tourist attractions like the Sabang Wreck dive site, lively beachfront resorts, and the Malasimbo Music Festival. Puerto Galera Yacht Club has been in operation for almost thirty years and lends services such as refueling provisions and yacht repairs from its marina. Boat owners also enjoy optimal convenience if mooring here, as they can also shop for spare parts in the nearby Batangas port.

Busuanga Yacht Club, Puerta del Sol Bay Marina, Palawan

Beautiful Palawan is a bucket-list destination for many, especially those who dream of cruising its crystalline waters. Accommodating the yachting community in this island province is the Busuanga Yacht Club, which promises secure mooring amidst breathtaking white-sand beaches. Here, each vessel will benefit from a typhoon-safe harbor, easy refueling, and direct access to transportation hubs like the New Busuanga Airport. Adjoining this marina is the Puerta del Sol Bay Resort, which offers luxurious accommodations to visitors. When not atop the deck of a boat, travelers can also explore the lagoons and freshwater lakes of Coron, go shipwreck diving, or relax in the hot springs of Maquinit.

Iloilo Sailing Club, Arevelo, Iloilo City, Iloilo

Iloilo Province is home to some of the country’s most beautiful old-world architecture, a flourishing ecotourism industry, and delectably fresh seafood cuisine. What will round off an unforgettable visit to Iloilo, however, is an excursion to the Iloilo Sailing Club on a leisure watercraft. The club accepts visitors and encourages membership in the case of medium and long-stay mooring. It also hosts a number of amenities and activities, including a dinghy storage, a beach bar and restaurant, and classes for those who want to learn about sailing. In recent months, the Iloilo Sailing Club has also been a convenient meet-up point for big maritime events, such as the Iloilo-Guimaras Paraw Regatta and the Seafarers’ Job Fair.

Cebu Yacht Club, Mactan Island, Cebu

The historic Mactan Island in Cebu was the site of Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan’s arrival in the Philippines. Now known as a commercial hub that hosts a prolific furniture and musical instruments industries, Mactan is also the location of the Cebu Yacht Club, an institution that is beloved by the locals. Aside from being an ideal spot to restock on much-needed fuel and supplies, the Cebu Yacht Club is also a trusted club to commission for boat repairs. There’s a good vibe in this club for everybody, as it sports both luxury accommodations and a waterfront strip of restaurants that laid-back diners can frequent. MINDANAO

Holiday Oceanview Marina, Samal Island, Davao del Norte

The Holiday Oceanview Marina is a major attraction of Samal Island in Davao del Norte Province, one that welcomes Filipino and foreign yachtsmen alike to moor within its premises. The space is quite roomy, in fact, with 56 berths that can fit vessels up to 15 meters in length. The club also has a boat ramp that can accommodate boats up to 18 meters in length. The well-guarded and weather-safe marina is a gateway to some of Mindanao’s finest attractions, such as the Pearl Farm, Hagimit Falls, and Giant Clam Sanctuary.  

There’s no better way to discover the Philippines from end to end than getting onboard a seaworthy vessel and going on a long cruise, with stops in some of the most beautiful places in the country. Find a safe harbor in any of these major clubs and marinas, and participate in the renaissance of sailing in the Philippines.

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5 Top Yacht Clubs Near Manila

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Whether you’re exploring islands, swimming in the country’s bluest waters, or simply appreciating one of the world’s most spectacular sunsets, a boat is a luxury worth having. This is especially true if you live and work in Manila, an exciting and vibrant city but also one of the most densely populated cities in the world.

There are a variety of yacht clubs in or near Manila where you can berth your boat or yacht and mingle with fellow sailors and enthusiasts. These are exclusive clubs that cater to your lifestyle, providing services that make your sailing all the more enjoyable and fun. Listed below are the top 5 yacht clubs, in terms of popularity.

Manila Yacht Club (°33.865’N, 120°58.833’E)

One of Asia’s oldest yacht club is located at Manila Bay. This exclusive club can accommodate   larger yachts , and they regularly organize regattas to promote boating culture in the country. One of the major sailing events the club participates in is the President’s Cup Regatta. As a member of the Manila Yacht Club, you get to enjoy exclusive benefits such as sailing lessons and the use of their dining facilities.

Subic Bay Yacht Club (N14° 49.20’ E120° 17.45’)

This marina country club is located north west of Manila at the province of Zambales. It lies in the tranquil Subic Bay with the Zambales Mountain range protecting it from typhoon winds. It’s considered to be one of the safest harbors with serene waters all year long. As one of the biggest marinas in the country, it can safely berth up to 178-foot long yachts. The club offers exclusive accommodations, dining, and other recreational facilities.

Puerto Galera Yacht Club (N13° 30.75’ E120° 57.25’)

Located at the province of Oriental Mindoro, Puerto Galera is one of the nearest vacation destinations from Manila. The yacht club is situated inside a natural typhoon shelter. This makes it one of the safest marinas for your boat, especially with the country’s erratic weather conditions. The yacht club hosts annual regattas that coincide with the country’s different holidays such as the All Souls Regatta and the Christmas/New Year Regatta. In addition, although officially a membership club, PGYC is open to the public and welcomes everyone with an interest in sailing, including beginners and enthusiasts interested in the art of sailing, offering courses on the subject.

Punta Fuego Yacht Club (N14° 07.79’ E120° 35.39’)

Punta Fuego is a relatively new, members-only beach resort located in Nasugbu, Batangas. The resort includes a yacht club with 30 berths and 150 parking spots for trailers. Amenities include a chandlery, fuel station, chart room, lockers, and shower rooms. With a club membership, you will be free to access the resort’s other facilities such as dining, casitas, golf course, spa, and more.  

Taal Lake Yacht Club

Situated at the north shore of the famous Taal Lake, you’d have to haul your boat to a trailer to get it into the lake. But all the trouble is worth it for the unique and absolute serenity the place offers. The club provides boat storage for powerboats and sailboats. Although officially a membership club, they are open to the public and offer everyone the chance to experience the sailing lifestyle. The ultimate aim of the club is to promote sailing and sustainable ecotourism in the country.

There are many benefits of joining a yacht club. For one, you can expand your connections and network with influential people from the top rungs of Philippine society. Opportunities could open up for your business, and new friendships could develop from a common interest in sailing and yachting. Next, the expensive membership will “force” you to make time for recreation, leading to a healthier lifestyle and closer family bonds. Finally, you’ll get to learn more about sailing and yachting, which will hopefully inspire you to go on future adventures with your boat.

Whether you’re still going through the process of choosing a boat that you can call your own, or you’re now exploring the many berthing options available to a yacht owner like you, Europa Yachts can help you. Call us now at (+632) 553 2027 or (+63) 917 657 0045, or drop us a message at [email protected] to reach out to our team.

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Gem of the city: The original Cape Coral Yacht Club soon gone, but what of its legacy?

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The original Cape Coral Yacht Club ballroom will soon join the ranks of former icons of the city's history – the Cape Coral Gardens, the original Gulf American Corporation, and the Waltzing Waters – as the area forges a new future.

"You ain't seen nothing yet," said Leonard Rosen, Cape Coral founder and then president of the Gulf American Land Corporation during the opening ceremony of the Yacht Club in 1962.

The Yacht Club and its developments signaled the true start of the city as we know it today, with its demise creating a hard-fought chasm within the community.

Janel Trull, the current executive director of Cape Coral Museum of History, said it's unfortunate the city has seen fit to tear down the historic building and believes it could have been saved.

"It is discouraging to know that the City Council thought it best to remove one of the last locations in town that was built by the Rosen Brothers, that was built specifically for the community, and are replacing it with something that's less of what the city is and more of a resort-style facility," Trull said.

Trull said she'll miss taking her kids to swim at the pool.

Why a massive change 60 years later?

Hurricane Ian disrupted the city's initial plans to renovate The Yacht Club Community Park , sparking a tug-of-war between traditionalists and the those advocating for progress on the fate of the facilities.

Workers started razing the building in April, after months of waiting for permits. The new Yacht Club will feature a two-story community center, a parking garage, new restaurant, pool, and other amenities.

The estimated cost of the project could be upward of $100 million with no clear date on when construction will start or be completed.

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The Yacht Club demolition begins Cape Coral's premier historic gemstone, The Yacht Club, will be gone by the end of May

Bustling beginning prompted by the Rosen brothers

Starting in the late 1950s, brothers Jack and Leonard Rosen, founders of Gulf Guarantee Land and Title Co., later renamed Gulf American Land Corp., embarked on a journey to turn a then 107-square-mile swamp peninsula into a company town that would eventually evolve into a still-growing city with more than 216,000 residents , according to the U.S. Census.

The first resident moved to the city in 1958, according to documents from The Cape Coral History Museum.

From there, the original Yacht Club opened its doors on June 10, 1962.

The $1 million complex included the iconic ballroom building, a yacht basis, tennis courts, a junior Olympic-sized pool, a fishing pier, and a beach. Architect William Kreidt designed the building with Fort Myers's Edelbut Construction Co., supervising construction.

The Gulf American Land Corporation owned the facility and would sell three-year memberships to the club.

"The very best way to enjoy the yacht club is not to wait for special programs, but to come by yourself, any day or night, perhaps for sunbathing on the beach …. or with a few friends, maybe for bridge – tables will be set up anytime," wrote William Thew, the first director and manager of the club, in the Cape Coral Sun in 1962.

A throwback to an Old Florida gathering place

Trull described the architecture of the original building as midcentury modern with a lot of personality.

She said it was a building akin to those built in the '50s throughout Florida.

"If you look back at some of the really early stuff that the Rosen Brothers put in the city, it follows along those same lines," Trull said. "It is a sought-after type of architecture today because things are not built in that format anymore, and it is very popular in South Florida."

Early residents could enjoy weekly square dances, and background music playing most of the day from outdoor speakers, soaking in the sun by the beach, or sitting by the blue water of the pool, according to the Cape Coral Sun.

Barbecues were frequent and plentiful as residents brought their families alongside an assortment of meats with the club supplying charcoal and pits, coffee, and cold drinks.

The Yacht Club was just a quarter mile from the first eight homes built in the city.

Eventually, a teen center that only allowed youths with a key was constructed.

Cape Coral Yacht Club gave birth to community service

Councilmember Tom Hayden called the Yacht Club the first true destination for the city.

He said because of the burgeoning nature in the early '60s, the facility was the only place that was big enough for events and groups to meet.

"Every single club got its original started at the Yacht Club," Hayden said. "From the oldest clubs: the garden club, the social club; the first churches in the Cape had their first services out there, all the city organizations started out there."

"It truly was the birthplace for how Cape Coral got its start," he added.

The city purchased the Yacht Club from The Gulf American Land Corporation in the mid-1970s for less than $1 million, and the teen club became the first senior center, The Tony Rotino Center, named after a former councilmember, according to documents from The Cape Coral History Museum.

Trull said the Yacht Club experienced so many changes and updates throughout its lifespan to reflect the community's needs.

"I think it did reflect the growth and the need for more facilities like that in the city because it was used on a regular basis by so many people," Trull said.

Former Cape Coral Mayor Joe Mazurkiewicz  previously said  his campaign launched at the Yacht Club, the meetings on whether the city should incorporate took place in the ballroom building, and it served as the site of many more substantial events.

Plans for the park

In 2018, voters approved a $60 million expansion of the city's parks and amenities through the Parks and Recreation General Obligation (GO) Bond. Part of that was intended for the Yacht Club Community Park.

The Cape Coral City Council had originally planned to close and begin work on renovations for the park in  2021 .

But then Hurricane Ian struck the city on Sept. 28, 2022, delaying the project with the council eventually opting to revamp the whole area, with the city pointing toward the  high cost of repairs and being over FEMA's 50% rule  as justification for moving forward with new buildings and amenities.

Longtime residents and former city officials opposed the plans – however, they could not sway the council to change its mind.

The  current plans  include a new two-story community center to replace the ballroom, removing the tennis courts, rearranging the area to accommodate a four-story parking garage, a new restaurant, and a new 14,500-square-foot resort-style pool.

The proposed changes would bring a four-story garage with approximately 685 parking spaces, 15 surface spaces at the main building, 46 boat trailers, and 158 boat slip spaces – totaling 904 parking spaces.

Current parking at the park; including for boats, vehicles, and boat trailers, amounts to 551 total spaces.

The new two-story community center would have 47,000 square feet and include a new ballroom, concession, history room, exterior balcony, storage and meeting space, and a multi-purpose hall.

Cape Coral has already begun the work toward these changes as demolition started in April with the cherished ballroom building coming down last week.

Johnson-Laux Construction, a full-service construction management firm that operates out of Winter Garden, has been contracted to demolish and deconstruct the Yacht Club for $987,716.04.

The firm is also tasked with  preserving a portion  of the old ballroom building, which includes interior ceiling beams, stonework, a fountain, and interior doors.

Hayden said he fought to have a history room dedicated to the old Yacht Club building in the new two-story community center design.

"Things evolve, but I think for early residents of the city, the significance of the yacht club was their life," Hayden said. "We can't necessarily control what

Bitter and sweet for residents and officials alike

Gloria Tate, a former District One councilmember and longtime Cape Coral resident said the loss of the original building deeply saddens her.

"Every fond memory I have is related to that Yacht Club. All of it is part of my life here in Cape Coral."Gloria Tate, longtime Cape Coral resident and businesswoman

Tate was against the city's plans to demolish the main Yacht club building and fought to preserve it as a historic building.

"Every fond memory I have is related to that Yacht Club," Tate said. "All of it is part of my life here in Cape Coral."

One such memory that she will always remember is petitioning to get into a Christmas dance at the teen center.

The year was around 1964, she was not 13 yet but wanted to be involved with the handful of teens in the then-small city.

"I was very happy to be allowed to access the property before I turned 13," Tate said. "It's nothing like it is today."

She said the new Yacht Club will never be what it was for the original pioneers in Cape Coral, but she's hopeful it will become a place for weddings, ceremonies, and "all kinds of life blessings" for the new generation of residents.

"I look forward to that," Tate said.

Though regrettable, Tate said she appreciates the council's effort to transform the area.

"I understand about progress, and I think it's going to be good to just get it started," Tate said. "After all this, let's just get on with it."

Not all residents share the sentiment.

Janis Keim, a Cape Coral resident since 1976 who worked as the Yacht Club manager for many years, said it hurt her heart to hear that the demolition began.

She spoke at council meetings to try to save the Yacht Club and mourns the loss of the community pool.

" Drowning is the leading cause of death of children under the age of 5 in the state of Florida , and we have no community pool in Cape Coral," Keim said.

Bob Lauson, who participated in the effort to save the Yacht club, called the city's plans horrible.

"I lost sleep over this," Lauson said. "I just didn't want that image in my head of that wrecking ball and whatever they are doing over there."

When he was made aware of the city's history five years ago, Lauson bought a '60s-style home in South Cape Coral. He would drive visitors to the Yacht club to witness where the city's history had started.

"I went to a lot of public meetings and events at the Yacht Club Ballroom, and I always thought it was a delight to go there, and my kids swam in the pool," Lauson said.

He hated the way the city switched its reasoning for not moving forward with the initial renovations of the club, from the city touting extensive damage to the facility as the main reason to later saying the deferred maintenance was the issue.

"It just seems to me that we have a council dominated by developers, real estate people," Lauson said. "There's some kind of race to 400,000 people, and I'm just concerned that the quality of life around here is going to go down."

He will miss the beauty of the building and what it represented.

"It just all goes with the narrative of the history of Cape Coral, and how they built that building to attract people to move here, and I think it was to show future property owners that they were really serious and that Cape Coral was going to be a special place," Lauson said.

The future of the park

Lauson said he's concerned that the Yacht Club area will remain empty for years before the city figures out how to pay and begin the construction of the facilities.

"You got to feel really sorry (for the neighborhood) because that's probably going to be an empty lot and an eyesore for years, and then there's going to be some big huge construction project," Lauson said.

Keim worries that the Yacht Club Community Park will eventually be commercialized.

"It just upsets me because I feel like Police and Fire (are) not under the gun to generate revenue like Parks and Rec," Keim said.

District One Councilmember Bill Steinke said the city's plans would enhance the area and provide a better place for more memories for future residents to enjoy.

"The great thing is that it will continue to be the gem (of the city), and it will be better than ever and will accommodate more of our population than ever.Bill Steinke, Cape Coral Councilman, District 1

"The great thing is that it will continue to be the gem (of the city), and it will be better than ever and will accommodate more of our population than ever, and it will provide services to our community members and our organizations – more than the previous facility could," Steinke said.

When the council member was an infant, his family would take him to go swimming in the original pool, with his kids using the facility for swimming throughout the '80s and '90s.

Additionally, he used to play racquetball and tennis there.

As a council member, he will work toward finding a suitable location for pickleball and tennis near the Yacht Club Park.

Steinke said he made many memories, but he's excited for the future of the park.

"You only miss your memories if you give up your memories," Steinke said.

Luis Zambrano is a Watchdog/Cape Coral reporter for The News-Press and the Naples Daily News. You can reach Luis at [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @Lz2official .

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Soft-rock band Pablo Cruise got its start in the 1970s when members of Bay Area bands Stoneground and It's a Beautiful Day joined forces.

For Bay Area band Pablo Cruise , however, the connection to the genre has been longer — and more literal — than for most.

“Our headquarters was an 82-foot schooner in the Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon,” says Cory Lerios, who co-founded Pablo Cruise in 1973. “So, we were definitely yacht rockers back before yacht rock was a term.”

From that base, the band has delivered some defining gems in what is now known as the yacht rock genre, which celebrates the smooth a.m. radio staples of the ‘70s and early ‘80s delivered by such artists as Toto, Nicolette Larson, Poco and the Little River Band.

Most notably, Pablo Cruise was responsible for the meticulously produced soft-rock numbers “Whatcha Gonna Do?” and “Love Will Find a Way,” both of which were Top 10 hits and rank as first-tier yacht rock staples.

Those songs — which sound as good today as they did when they first came out in the late ‘70s — are two of the biggest reasons why fans will turn out to see Pablo Cruise when it performs May 9 at the Guild Theatre in Menlo Park. Showtime is 8 p.m. and tickets are $49, guildtheatre.com . The group also plays May 8 at the Felton Music Hall and May 10 at the Mystic Theatre in Petaluma, pablocruise.com .

The Menlo Park show will be a homecoming for Lerios, who now lives in Thousands Oaks but was born in San Francisco and grew up in nearby Palo Alto. It was on the Peninsula where he began playing piano and joined his first bands in junior high school.

“I never really thought I would make a career of it,” Lerios says of playing music. “But one thing led to another and I kind of never looked back.”

He’d find his first taste of real success as a member of Stoneground, a Concord-based rock act that released a number of albums on the Warner Bros. records label in the 1970s. After a few years, however, Lerios and two other Stoneground members — vocalist-guitarist David Jenkins and drummer Steve Price — would leave the fold and go on to form Pablo Cruise with the help of bassist Bud Cockrell (previously of the Bay Area act It’s a Beautiful Day).

One thing to note from that list of original band members is that none of them are, in fact, named Pablo Cruise. Neither are any other of the current or former members, for that matter. So, it’s probably a good time to pause and clear up the origin of the moniker, which Lerios says has certainly drawn plenty of questions over the years.

“The truth is that it was a nickname of a buddy of mine from Colombia, South America,” he says. “It was just a nickname I gave him — Pablo Cruise. He was a very bright guy, very charismatic. And I just called him Pablo Cruise.”

So, when it came time to name this new post-Stoneground outfit, Lerios remembered his ol’ pal’s nickname and thought it fit in with one of the trends of the era.

“It was kind of at that point where you had Fleetwood Mac, Jethro Tull — a lot of two names for these bands — and Pablo Cruise just had a great ring to it,” Lerios reckons.

Whatever they called themselves, these four musicians were bound to get discovered at some point — given that they were all great players and wrote memorable tunes. So, not surprisingly, it wasn’t all that long before A&M came knocking and Pablo Cruise was thrilled to sign with such a well-regarded record label.

“A&M was notable for sticking with a band,” Lerios says. “Today, labels barely sign bands. But they don’t support bands like they did a lot of back in the day. They supported tours. They supported the making of the record, the travel — all kinds of things that they don’t do anymore.”

The result was the band’s 1975 eponymous debut, which eeked its way into the Billboard 200 and began setting the foundation for the success that would later come. It didn’t produce any hit singles, but it did give listeners a wonderful 12½-minute instrumental number called “Ocean Breeze” that drew plenty of spins at album oriented radio (AOR) stations.

“If you want to check out some deep Pablo Cruise, you should listen to that — because it’s a phenomenal piece of music,” Lerios says. “And that (song) really got us going. Still, everywhere we play now, people ask to hear ‘Ocean Breeze,’ which is always nice to know that people have gone that deep into the repertoire.”

A second album, titled “Lifeline,” followed in 1976 and managed to hoist the band a bit further up the charts, but Pablo Cruise still lacked that hit to really take it to the next level.

All of that would change with the third album, 1977’s “A Place in the Sun,” although not overnight. In fact, the first single released from that album was “Atlanta June” and it didn’t live up to expectations. Oh, but the B-side was a catchy little number called “Whatcha Gonna Do?”

“(Radio stations) played ‘Atlanta June’ and it got some acclaim, but it didn’t really take off the way they’d hoped,” Lerios remembers. “So, somebody flipped it over and put on ‘Whatcha Gonna Do?’ and, all of sudden, it started to blow up.”

The song slowly climbed the charts, eventually breaking into the top 10. The group then scored a second hit with the album’s terrific title track.

“When it gets to that point, everything changes,” Lerios says. “The phones really start to ring. You are getting offers to be on TV shows. All of a sudden, it’s like you’ve arrived.”

The band quickly followed up that album with another winner, 1978’s “Worlds Away,” which produced three hits – including the slam-dunk single “Love Will Find a Way.”

Both albums, “A Place in the Sun” and “Worlds Away,” would be certified platinum.

That would be the zenith of the band’s career, although it did produce two more albums — 1979’s “Part of the Game” and 1981’s “Reflector” — which still did quite well on the charts. The same could not be said of the band’s last studio record, 1983’s “Out of Our Hands,” which failed to chart as listeners had moved on from Pablo Cruise-style soft rock to other styles of music.

“There was a certain instrumentation, a certain form of writing that was predominant back then,” Lerios says of the a.m. hits of the era. “Then, all of a sudden, like the Knack, Johnny Rotten and all these bands came in and punk rock kind of took over and just squashed soft rock.”

By the mid ‘80s, the band members parted ways.

“Success can change things and as we just evolved in our lives, Dave (Jenkins) and I weren’t hitting it anymore,” Lerios says. “We really weren’t writing a lot. And what we were writing, we didn’t really like – and nobody else seemed to like it either.

“I had other aspirations and I know Dave did. So, we split. We didn’t necessarily break up the band. We just went different directions.”

Lerios managed a really cool second act in Hollywood, scoring films and TV shows. In that realm, his credits include the 1993 Wesley Snipes action flick “Boiling Point,” the awesome 1991 horror epic “Child’s Play 3” and, most famously, “Baywatch.”

Jenkins also experienced a good deal of post-Pablo success, including spending a few years in the country group Southern Pacific and recording with Hawaiian vocalist Kapono Beamer.

About 20 years ago, Lerios and Jenkins decided to give Pablo Cruise another shot and they’ve been peddling the soft rock to eager crowds ever since. Yet, it’s not just the old-school fans who are showing up. Pablo Cruise — which now consists of Lerios, Jenkins, bassist Larry Antonino, drummer Sergio Gonzalez and vocalist Robbie Wyckoff — is also seeing a healthy contingent of younger listeners.

“One of my jokes is that ‘you are too young to be here,’” Lerios says. “Kids come up and say, ‘My parents played this music in the house all the time. I love it. Big fan.’

“You know, music — even though we try to compartmentalize it and try to give it a decade or a whatever – good music is good music.”

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Subscriber only, real estate | what’s being built there 2 ritz-carlton buildings offer luxury seekers a beach restaurant, spa, yacht club.

The Ritz-Carlton Residences will be two towers, on both sides of State Road A1A in Pompano Beach with 205 move-in ready homes. The Beach Tower on the east will be 31 stories with 117 beachside units. The Marina Tower, which is 14 stories high, has 88 residences. Most homes are already sold. It will open in 2026. (DBOX/Courtesy)

The location? 1380 S. Ocean Blvd. in Pompano Beach, about a mile south of East Atlantic Boulevard.

What’s planned?  The Ritz-Carlton Residences will be two buildings, on both sides of State Road A1A with 205 move-in ready homes.

The Beach Tower on the east will be 31 stories with 117 beachside units and one floor of underground parking. The Marina Tower, which is 14 stories high, has 88 residences. This won’t be a hotel, and no AirBnB is permitted.

West side of A1A Ritz Carlton construction underway in Pompano Beach on Monday, May 6, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

“Pompano Beach is ‘Puttin’ On The Ritz,’ ” said Mayor Rex Hardin, a reference to the 1920s Irving Berlin song. “I’ll tell you, it’s a great time for the city of Pompano Beach. To get this kind of recognition that Pompano Beach is a destination, the recognition that the city, the staff cooperate so well with the development community to attract this type of investment, it’s fantastic.

“It’s a validation of what we’ve been working on for many years.”

What will the homes cost to purchase and what are the amenities?  Homes range in price from $1.256 million to $7.133 million. Marina-side units are already sold during pre-construction. The beachside building has just nine units left, said Harvey Daniels, the vice president of development sales.

Homeowners will be in the lap of luxury with access to both a private Beach Club with a beach restaurant — with the Ritz menu that is typically seasonal — and towel service and wait service to be served a drink or lunch (or both) on the beach.

“It’s only open to residents and guests,” Daniels said.

There is also a private Yacht Club, with 13 slips, which are all already sold. There will be a bar area for a cocktail at sunset on the marina, and a pickup and dropoff dock “if someone has friends with boats you can get picked up and dropped off,” Daniels said.

There also will be a spa, two pools facing the ocean, a gym, business center, dog park, bocci court, paddleball or pickleball court, 24-hour valet, and a doorman.

“This is a hot commodity,” said Ron Choron, the vice president of construction for Fortune Development & Construction, one of the project developers. “Ritz is the best. It’s where I try to stay when I go out of town. The service is always the same.”

The interior design for the residences is crafted by Piero Lissoni, an Italian designer.

The homes will range from one to four bedrooms, which are the penthouses. Homeowners have a choice of flooring, doors, baseboards, cabinets and vanities.

What’s being replaced? The property on the east side of State Road A1A was previously a 3-story, 96-room motel called Paradise Beach Resort that sustained hurricane damage and was eventually demolished in 2009. The west side parcel was tennis courts, which were demolished about a decade ago, according to Sandra King, city spokeswoman.

Other than in Pompano Beach, where is the nearest Ritz to purchase? The Ritz-Carlton Residences Sunny Isles Beach is an oceanfront 52-story, 212-unit, luxury building located at 15701 Collins Ave. in Miami-Dade County that opened in 2020. It boasts a private elevator lobby for each residence and kitchens designed with Italian cabinetry and stone countertops.

There are two-, three- and four-bedroom ocean-view residences for sale as resales in the building. No new units are left.

Kelly Charles, a Realtor with “The Luxury Team” at Compass, who has sold in both Sunny Isles Beach and Pompano Beach, said many of her buyers are from the northeast who are “planning for future retirement or second homes.” Those well-to-do clients are getting “all the amenities they could possible want” that come with “Ritz-trained staff.”

“There’s nothing else to compare to in Pompano,” Charles said. “People feel comfortable with the brand they already know.”

How long will Pompano Beach construction take? The residences are scheduled to open in September 2026. Both the east and west buildings are expected to open at the same time.

What is the project anticipated cost? Construction costs are $350 million, Choron said.

Lisa J. Huriash can be reached at [email protected]. Follow on X, formerly Twitter, @LisaHuriash

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JGFP set for Inter-Club this month

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Due to the large number of participants, the country’s young golfers from different clubs were divided to two groups as they take the stage in this year’s edition of the Junior Golf Foundation of the Philippines (JGFP) Inter-Club competition set this month.

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The groups were split to Developmental division, which attracted 80 players currently playing at Sherwood Hills Golf and Country Club in Trece Martires, Cavite (May 9 to 11), while the Championship division is set May 22 to 24 at Mimosa Plus Golf Course in Pampanga.

“We have so many players that’s why we, at the JGFP, have opted to do two competitions, first is the Developmental and it will be followed by the Championship and we are thankful to both Sherwood and Mimosa,” said JGFP president Oliver Gan, a former junior golfer.

“The JGFP is very thankful to both Sherwood general manager Jerome Baldoz and Mimosa golf director Rory for their support in the development of our young golfers,” added Gan, a former program officer for the national capital region of the Philippine Sports Institute (PSI), which is under the PSC.

Both the Developmental category and the Championship event, which will gather some 140 participants, will have golfers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao regions – making it the biggest Inter-Club meet for young golfers. The event is backed by Malayan Insurance for the Developmental division and Superkit Super Junior Cubs for the Championship division.

A total of 23 teams, including entries from Visayas and Mindanao, are playing at Sherwood.

The three-day team event is divided into two divisions, the 13-18 and 12-and-under using the modified Stableford scoring system.

Looming as the team to beat in the 13-18 bracket is the Immaculate Conception Academy (ICA) Team 1 composed of Chloe Ang, Chloe Lim, Lavigne Yu, and Alaine Yu, while the other teams in the 13-18 field are Apo Golf, Wack Wack, ICA Team 2, Cebu Country Club Team 2, Baguio Country Club Team 1, Manila, and Alabang.

In the 12-and-under category, two Navy teams are expected to fight it out with Alabang Team 1 for the crown. Navy Team 1 is composed of Winter Serapio, Phil Galvez, Monte Andaman, and Zachary Baun while Navy Team 2 is made up of Venus delos Santos, Cole Galvez, Franco Estrella, and Andrei Victoria.

Alabang Team 1 is led by Makayla Verano with support coming from Shantelle Laurel, Rosie Reyes, and Ariana Villarosa. The other squads entered are ICA Team 1, ICA Team 2, Alabang Team 2, AJS, Cebu Team 1, Cebu Country Club Team 3, CCC Team 5, BCC Team 2, Xavier Team 1, and Xavier Team 2.

Each player is allowed to field four players but only the top three scores count.

As for the Championship category, expected to see action are clubs from Del Monte, Cebu Country Club, Apo, Riviera, Valley, Xavier, Pueblo, ICA, Navy, Alabang and the team of Lue de Guzman.

Some of the players expected to see action in the Inter-Club are some of the top young guns of local golf, including Lucas de Guzman, Armand Copok, Ralph Batican, Ally Gaccion, Joy Tabanas, Apple Gotiong, Grace Quintanilla, Jacob Cajita, Tashi Balanguan, LL Go, Brie Macasaet, Halo Pangilinan, Zoji Edoc, Tof-Tof Nadales, Geoffrey Tan, Aerin Chan, Mico Ungco, Seth Koa, Saki Co, Anna Kei Fernandez, Andrea Dee, Inigo Composano, Skippy See, Erika Tan, Chloe Ang, Chloe Lim, Kiara Uy, and the Gaisano-Gan sisters Nicole and Stephanie.

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Repairs to the Cape Coral Yacht Club Park Fishing Pier could cost up to $6.5 million

N early two years after Hurricane Ian hit and devastated south Cape Coral, the city council is planning to bring back the Yacht Club Park Fishing Pier in a big way.

"Basically the question that needs to be answered is how long do we want the pier to last?" Councilmember Bill Steinke said.

The city will discuss the pier's next steps, including deciding the cost of repairs, estimating permitting and construction duration, and its longevity.

The repairs, restoration, and reconstruction of the pier could cost between $4.3 million and $6.5 million.

The topic will be discussed and potentially voted on at this Wednesday's regular meeting at 10:30 a.m. in council chambers.

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Pier damage

Hurricane Ian hit Cape Coral on Sept. 28, causing major damage to Cape Coral's Yacht Club Community Park and all of its facilities.

The pier is structurally compromised, with the decking and railing destroyed, and the fish cleaning stations and benches nowhere to be found.

Pile Restoration

Kimley Horn, a consulting firm focusing on public and private developments, performed two levels of investigation of the existing piles with two options on how to move forward with repairs.

Piles are driven into the ground and used as foundations for docks, and they can be wooden, concrete, or metal.

The first option would take a phased approach toward restoration of the piling, with phase one restoring 24 damaged piles and those disturbed during the investigation. Additional pile deterioration may be identified during the repair process.

This option would provide an estimated 15 years of service life for the pier, with subsequent investigation required to restore additional piles as deterioration is identified.

The second option is the complete restoration of the piling at once, providing an estimated 25 years of service life with no subsequent restoration required.

Full pier reconstruction

Two options were presented by the firm on how to proceed.

Option one would install new decking, rails, and sun shelter once the existing pile restoration has been completed with whichever pile option is chosen.

A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nationwide Permit for maintenance would be required due to the potential disturbance of the river bottom during pile restoration.

The estimated permitting time frame for this option would be between six to nine months.

Option two is a complete reconstruction of the pier, including new piles with deck rails and a shade structure. A general permit requiring multi-agency review would be required.

The estimated permitting time frame for this option would be between 12 to 18 months.

The city has three overall options with pile restoration and pier reconstruction in mind.

If the city decided to only repair the damaged piles, the cost of full construction would be more than $4.3 million, take six to nine months of permitting, and take six to 10 months of construction.

Repairing all the piles would cost over $6.5 million, take six to nine months of permitting, and take six to 10 months of construction.

The city could also remove and replace all the piles, and that would cost over 5.4 million, take 12 to 18 months of permitting, and take six to 10 months of construction.

Cape Coral will determine funding options in the future, and potentially allocate $2 million from the state, which is to be used toward Yacht Club shoreline, beach, and pier restoration, to the project.

Luis Zambrano is a Watchdog/Cape Coral reporter for The News-Press and the Naples Daily News. You can reach Luis at [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @Lz2official .

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The Cape Coral Yacht Club pier suffered severe damage after impact from Hurricane Ian was felt in the area. The city of Cape Coral showed major signs of damage after strong winds and flood waters as a result of Hurricane Ian impacted areas of the city on Thursday September 29, 2022.The city of Cape Coral showed major signs of damage after strong winds and flood waters as a result of Hurricane Ian impacted areas of the city on Thursday September 29, 2022.

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