We play every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 AM on the tennis courts. Come out and have some fun with this lively group. Beginners welcome! Paddles are available. Let Fritz know if you'd like an introduction.
We meet every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 8:30 AM on (you guessed it) the tennis courts. Players of all abilities are encouraged to join us for great exercise & friendly competition. Brian is the contact person.
Every Thursday a group of bridge aficionados meets at 1 o'clock to play party bridge in our Clubhouse. Please give Maureen a call if you would like to join our group. It would be great to have another table of players.
We meet in the Clubhouse on Wednesdays at 1 o'clock. Mahjong
is fun and we all have a good time. Give Rose a call, or come on over if you would like to learn how to play. We'd be happy to teach you.
Join us in the Clubhouse on the first Tues of the month at 11 AM. Give Binnie a ring if you have a question. Happy Reading! 2022 selections:
Mar Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany
Apr The Lincoln Highway
May Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life
Join us at the pool on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:30 AM. Lots of laughter and gossip is shared between grunts and groans!
Join us in the Clubhouse for an hour of stretching, balance and low impact exercise every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30 AM.
Bright and early at 7:30 AM each Friday, a group of TBYC men meet in the parking lot of Building B and set up a car pool to a local restaurant for breakfast. They leave by 7:45. Bring your appetite if you'd like to join them.
Join us in the Clubhouse on Tuesday evenings at 5:30. Everyone brings their own drinks and an appetizer to share. Let us know if you're a newcomer so we can introduce you around--it's a great way to meet your neighbors and make new friends.
1. Kitching Cove
2. Club Med area
3. Five Fingers – inside
4. Five Fingers – outside
5. Mud Creek
6. Veterans Park (tie up at restaurant)
7. Prima Vista Picnic – dock
8. White City Picnic – dock
9. Sailor's Return Restaurant
10. Bessey Creek
11. Bessey Point Creek
13. In front of St. Lucie Locks
14. In back of St. Lucie Locks – dock at picnic area
15. Indian Town dock
16. The Deck Restaurant
17. Stuart City Docks – Pelican Cafe
18. Wahoos Restaurant
19. Hoggs Cove
20. Hooker Cove - air show
21. Hell Gate – air show
22. Willoughby Creek
23. Shrimpers Restaurant
24. Manatee Pocket
25. Peck Lake Docks – beach picnic
26. Peck Lake anchorage – beach picnic
27. Spoil Island – Indian R. north of inlet – picnic
28. Shrimp & Dolphin House Restaurant
29. Mulligan's Restaurant in Stuart
30. Blessing of the Fleet
Upcoming TBYC Cruising Squadron events could involve picnicking or partying at one of the local islands or beaches. The August/September 2014 Boat US Magazine provides guidance that can come in handy when you don’t want to run your boat up onto the sand, but keep it anchored off the beach and accessible. You may already have your own technique but here are some useful steps to beach anchoring success.
Step 1: Watching your depth sounder, approach the beach bow first. Remove your anchor from the bow locker and take it to the stern, making sure you pass the rode outside the stanchions and under the bow rail before heading to the back of the boat. Keep the other end of the rode attached to the boat.
Step 2: You’ll want to set your anchor with enough scope to hold but not so much that the boat swings into very shallow water. It may take a few tries to find a sweet spot at any particular beach.
Step 3: When off the beach and with the engine in neutral, have a crew member lower the anchor over the side at the stern. When it has touched bottom, motor very slowly toward the beach as your crew member pays out the anchor rode, carefully keeping it away from the prop.