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Coast 2 Coast Vacation – Try a New Club!

If you’re lucky enough to live in the Sunshine state, you know how unique our state really is! With award-winning beaches and diverse culture from coast to coast, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Are you ready to plan a Coast 2 Coast family vacation this summer break?

Check out our Insider Guide to each of our Club locations! Follow the links to learn more about our Member’s favorite dockside dining restaurants, hotels, and excursions to making the most of your one-of-a-kind adventure!


Tierra Verde and Tampa Clubs

Our Tierra Verde and Tampa locations are sister clubs, so Members joining at one location can use both as their home Club!

Our St. Pete – Tierra Verde Club, the in-house boat club at PORT32 Marina Tierra Verde, is in the heart of a beautiful and exclusive waterfront community. As the resident boat club, we’re proud to offer Tierra Verde residents a premium way to get on the water. A quick jaunt down the Tierra Verde channel is all it takes to feel miles away from everything. Enjoy uninhabited beaches, unbroken skylines, and unforgettable days on the water.

Egmont Key – Egmont Key is located at the mouth of Tampa Bay, southwest of Fort De Soto beach, and you can reach this pristine spot within half an hour of pushing off from the Tierra Verde dock. This spot is only accessible by boat. It has a lighthouse that’s stood since 1858 that you can visit, plus it’s a great spot for swimming, fishing, and picnicking on the beach. You’ll catch plenty of glimpses of the native wildlife—the south end of the island is a shorebird refuge, home to ospreys, white ibis, and skimmers, plus gopher, tortoises, box turtles, and hummingbirds. Keep your eyes peeled as you stroll the beach for shark teeth and shells! For anglers there’s plenty of the usual inshore suspects like sea trout, tarpon, snook, grouper, and snapper.

Beer Can Island – Beer Can Island, noted on most maps as Pine Key, is a popular spot to swim, socialize and enjoy the day. Warm, sandy-bottomed waist-deep water makes for a fun day of splashing around and you can easily stroll up to the sandy island. The island earned its name due to the beer cans left behind by boaters, but we encourage our members to pack-out any containers and trash when they leave the island and let our team dispose of it properly.

Palm Beach Gardens

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PORT32 Marina at Palm Beach Gardens

Exclusive club membership in the heart of an exclusive community, Palm Beach Gardens offers an ideal launching point for your next family adventure, afternoon escape, team building activity, and client entertainment. The marina is conveniently located near gourmet restaurants and shopping, and features an abundance of monitored parking and dockside wi-fi for members.

Members can set a course in either direction to explore the scenic Intracoastal Waterway, north towards Jupiter Inlet and south towards Palm Beach Inlet. Along the way you’ll find wonderful places to swim, snorkel, dine, fish and throw anchor.

Peanut Island – The crystal clear blue waters surrounding Peanut Island makes snorkeling an ideal activity. The shallow depth is great for kids and those looking for a more casual swim. Peanut Island has its own snorkeling area to the south-east of the island, with artificial reefs and warm waters that make it possible to see lots of marine life. These snorkeling conditions make it perfect to see all kinds of fish plus sea turtles and star fish! Snorkel along all sides of the Island and see what other creatures are living in the rocks near the shores.



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Offering the largest fleet of all our locations, Hypoluxo has something for everyone. Members enjoy personalized and attentive service from our staff, with a wide selection of boats, great availability, and a range of destinations at this central location.

At our conveniently located marina in the heart of Lake Worth, Florida, our friendly and professional staff will help you and your guests get aboard and have your best day on the water. Let our staff know in advance if you’d like us to equip your boat for fishing or snorkeling.

Beer Can Island (East Coast)  – Another man-made island, this spot gained the beer can name after many earlier partiers left their empties behind. Now a bird sanctuary, boaters still head to Beer Can Island for low tide and to cool off in the six-inch-deep water. The mouth of Boynton inlet, leading out to sea is strikingly close by, so watching the parade of ocean going traffic can be quiet entertaining.


Delray Beach

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Two George's is a Member favorite dockside dining spot!

Make the day a getaway at a family-friendly marina in the heart of Delray Beach! Enjoy convenient parking, free dockside wifi, and friendly staff who are dedicated to giving you your best day on the water. Be your own captain or hire one of ours for casual days on the waterway or thrills offshore. Drop anchor at a popular sandbar, cruise along the intracoastal, visit local reefs, or venture offshore for fish. If you’re not sure where to go, ask our friendly staff and we’ll give you suggestions and coordinates!

Loftus Underwater Preserve – Before wrecking off Manalapan in 1898, Lofthus traveled the world as a merchant ship with gun ports painted on her sides to discourage pirate attacks. Today, the wreck of Lofthus is located in 15-20 feet of water, less than a mile north of Boynton Inlet and 175 yards off-shore of Manalapan.


Lighthouse Point

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Get offshore in seven minutes from GBC Lighthouse Point!

An extraordinary location for boaters who enjoy easy cruising or thrilling offshore fishing. Our Lighthouse Point Club is less than half a nautical mile from the Hillsboro Inlet, and within easy cruising distance of a number of fine restaurants.

An extraordinary location for boaters who enjoy cruising with friends and family, Members spend their days exploring miles of the most scenic stretches of the Intracoastal Waterway. Enjoy casual and fine dockside dining as you cruise south towards Las Olas Boulevard.

Lake Boca – The center of Lake Boca is a large sandbar, which protrudes towards the north end of the lake, so we advise boaters to travel along the outer rim of the lake using the channel markers if they are not planning to anchor right away. If you’re not sure what the channel markers mean, our dockhands will be happy to remind you before you depart—just ask!


Dockside Dining Near the Clubs

If you haven’t experienced a post-boating stop along the Intracoastal Waterway for a piña colada or smoked fish dip, Gulfstream Boat Club is happy to be your guide! Check out the links below for the top options near each Club!

Make it a Staycation at a Member Favorite Hotel

Members can enjoy their hours at other GBC Clubs besides their home location, so there is no better way to make the most of your Membership than break free from the routine and explore somewhere new! Whether you are planning a family staycation to a different Gulfstream Boat Club or a full vacation to the Sunshine State we’ve compiled our list of the best hotels near Gulfstream Boat Clubs you choose. 

Plan the Perfect Vacation and Try a New Club!

If you’re looking for a well-deserved break from your everyday routine, Florida is the perfect destination. And if you’re a local to the Sunshine state you know all too well you don’t even need to leave the state to find hidden gems waiting for you when planning your staycation in Florida! There are plenty of unique places that will make your trip unforgettable, and every Gulfstream Club location was chosen with you, our Members, in mind to provide endless ways to enjoy the waterways.


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