Yacht club expands to Texas

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The Yacht Clubs of the Americas is expanding its network outside Florida and the Bahamas with the launch of the Tiki Island Yacht Club near Galveston, Texas.

The new YCOA marina will sit on more than five acres of waterfront real estate on West Bay, ensuring permanent water access for slip owners. It offers 250 dry slips, accommodating vessels up to 45 feet in length and 50,000 pounds, and 150 covered wet slip for vessels up to 100 feet in length.

The sales center for Tiki Island Yacht Club will launch with an open house from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 9 featuring a crawfish barbecue. The event will continue from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. May 10

Based in Fort Myers, Fla., YCOA acquires and develops marina properties and converts them into private membership yacht clubs featuring dry rackominiums and wet dockominiums with five-star concierge service. YCOA has locations in Naples, Tampa, Key West and Grand Bahama Island.

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One comment on “Yacht club expands to Texas

  1. boatman11

    Is this a retread press release from two years ago that has resurfaced for this project? Rackominum market? Investors? Shortage of slips?  This is a blast from the past. Most of the YCOA developments in Florida are in dire straights……The clubs  have been opened up to the public….even for those who don’t own a boat. Has anyone been to the Tampa location lately?
    Ask some Florida “investors” on how they fared with buying a “rackominium” as an investment over the last few years. Atleast change the copy!

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