Take in South Florida's breathtaking coast
At Sailfish Point, there is, quite literally, water everywhere. The waters of the Gulf Stream teem with dolphin, wahoo, and kingfish in addition to the celebrated local sailfish. And for light-tackle anglers, the St. Lucie Inlet and the Indian River offer up tarpon, snook, redfish, and sea trout.
The Sailfish Point Marina and Yacht Club is one of the largest bulkheaded, privately owned marinas in Florida. The private, full-service, deepwater marina offers 77 slips and can accommodate vessels up to 125 feet in length. An additional 45 dry slips are available for personal watercraft and boats up to 27 feet to be stored on trailors in the parking lot, with the Marina staff providing launch and recovery services. The easy access and incredible quality of the Sailfish Point Marina and Yacht Club prompted Links magazine to name it one of seven “Best for Boating” communities—selected from premier properties all across the country.
Charters, private cruises, daytrips and fishing tournaments can all be arranged through the professional staff. Whether they fish or just cruise, most residents appreciate the fast access to water. With the Bahamas only 75 miles to the east, many enjoy a fun cruise to the islands. Others cruise on the Indian River lagoon, the St. Lucie River or through the Okeechobee Waterway to the Gulf of Mexico for a day trip. Residents love their life on the coast at Sailfish Point.
Contact Sailfish Point to learn more about one of the most exclusive private yacht clubs in Florida.