The Fort Pierce Yacht Club was started in 1980 as a boating organization for sailors who want to be active on the water. It has since grown into an active yacht club with fleet events designed for all types of boats (sail, power, and even paddle). Today the Fort Pierce Yacht Club has the most active fleet on the Treasure Coast.
Membership in the club allows you, your family and guests to enjoy:
A wonderful, waterfront clubhouse,
Reciprocity with other yacht clubs,
Kayaking/Paddle board outings,
Participation in competitive offshore sailboat races,
Cruises to lunch with other members,
A host of club social events, parties and get-togethers,
Long and short distance cruises to fun destinations,
Women's sailboat races & regattas,
Game/Trivia nights @ the club,
Friday night socials with music and cash bar,
Raft-ups in the Indian River Lagoon, beach parties and so much more!
The Fort Pierce Yacht Club started in the mind of one man, Al Sargent.
Through his, and a few other's, dedication it has become the first-rate boating organization that it is today.
Commodore: Diane Korbey
VC House: Linda Sampson
VC Building & Grounds: Forest Blanton
VC Fleet: Fred Kern
Membership: Ruth Jaroski/George Kremer
Secretary: David Hicks
Treasurer: Elizabeth Thomas
Purser: Lou Tomasovic
Community Liaison: Marian O'Leary
The City of Fort Pierce, is a hidden treasure along the Treasure Coast of Florida. Often called the "Sunrise City", it is one of the oldest cities along the east coast of Florida (Incorporated in 1901).
The historic waterfront downtown offers visitors unique shops, arts, crafts, dining, great fishing and a range of entertainment and activities from the Farmers Market, Bike Night, Friday Fest, Jazz Market and the city owned and operated historic, 1,200 seat Sunrise Theatre for the Performing Arts.