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St. Petersburg Yacht Club is pretty near Pioneer Park . Here you will find perfectly cooked salads . Most users state that the staff is knowledgeable. If you want to enjoy good service, you should go to St. Petersburg Yacht Club . Besides, the decor is fancy.

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Cuisines: American

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I had the opportunity to visit this place with some friends that were members. You can dock your boat and walk right up and ask for a table. They have changed their entry procedures a bit to take your temperature but it's quick and easy. We got to sit outside and there was a little bit of a chill to the air. It's a good way to take in the view. The food was decent. The bang bang broccoli are interesting. Slightly spicy. I had the blackened grouper sandwich. It was good and I'd probably have it again. They also have a variety of wines that pair well with your food.

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As a whole, the SPYC is a very good club. I know more about the Pass-a-Grille location, as my parents have been members there since the days when it was the Pass-a-Grille Yacht Club. Now that the two have combined, it's the best of both worlds. You have the casual intimate setting of the Pass-a-Grille location (which is walking distance for many of its members) and the fancier downtown location. Since this entry is for the Pass-a-Grille location I'll just say I've always enjoyed my visits here. The staff and service are top notch, and the restaurant and bar are a very pleasant location for lunch, dinner or just drinks. It is members only, so you'll have to buddy up with a member if you are looking to visit. North Latitude 27 degrees 46 minutes 18 seconds West Longitude 82 degrees 37 minutes 55 seconds

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Rich in history and tradition, the St. Petersburg Yacht Club is one of the oldest yacht clubs in the United States. Established in 1909 and having been completely renovated in the early 1990s, the Club is located on the beautiful waterfront in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida. A gathering place for avid boaters, it is also one of Tampa Bay’s most prestigious social venues. The yacht club is famous for its standard of race management and events are run almost all year round. Juniors learn to sail. Sailors have represented the club all over the world.

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St Petersburg’s city fathers had ambitious plans for their commercial docks: create waterfront parks and a yacht club. The St Petersburg Yacht Club was founded in 1909. Following the reclamation and completion of the waterfront, the clubhouse was inaugurated on its current site in 1917. Two years later, 6 Fish Class sailboats were acquired and one design racing began. Several classes have returned annually for over 60 years. Offshore racing started with the Havana Race in 1930. As forerunner of SORC, both brought sailors from all over the world to Tampa Bay.

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Music and concerts, music and concerts | what to know if you’re headed to the minnesota yacht club festival, gwen stefani, alanis morissette and red hot chili peppers are headlining.

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Headlined by Gwen Stefani, Alanis Morissette and Red Hot Chili Peppers, the festival (which despite its name has nothing to do with yacht rock) is promoted by C3 Presents, an Austin, Texas, company that’s also behind Austin City Limits Music Festival, Voodoo Music + Arts Experience and the modern-day Lollapalooza. C3 was the largest independent promoter in the world until Live Nation bought a controlling stake in the company in 2014.

Organizers expect to attract more than 30,000 concertgoers each day.

While the Irish Fair of Minnesota calls Harriet Island home each August, music festivals have had a rough go on the site. The original Lollapalooza (back when it was a traveling festival) landed on the site in 1991, 1992 and 1994, but flooding forced the fest to move to the late St. Paul Civic Center in 1993.

Live Nation attempted to establish a new annual event, the River’s Edge Music Festival, in 2012. Despite big-name headliners Tool and the Dave Matthews Band, the festival didn’t attract enough paying customers to convince the concert promoting giant to return for a second year.

Here’s what folks headed to the Minnesota Yacht Club Festival need to know:

As of Wednesday afternoon, tickets were still available at a number of price points, starting at $135 for one day general admission (or $255 for two days) all the way up to platinum tickets for $925 ($1,395 for two days), which include a number of perks including free food and drinks, front-of-stage viewing and access to an air-conditioned lounge. See minnesotayachtclubfestival.com for details.

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  • FCYC/SPCC visiting guests will be extended privileges to visit the Club a maximum of twice (2) month. Should an FCYC/SPCC member continue to request access to the facilities, they will be asked to join the Club.
  • Access to the downtown clubhouse will be permitted based on space. No access will be permitted to the Pass-a-Grille Clubhouse.
  • FCYC/SPCC are required to make reservations at our downtown location.
  • FCYC/SPCC are permitted to make a dining reservation for a maximum of four (4) people at one table. Larger parties are at the discretion of St Petersburg Yacht Club.
  • FCYC/SPCC members are permitted to use the Central Ave valet entrance if space permits. Self-parking will not be available.
  • All reciprocal clubs will see an additional 5% service charge.
  • Reciprocal members will be extended privileges to visit the Club a maximum of twice (2) annually. Should a reciprocal club member continue to request access to the facilities, they will be asked to join the Club.
  • Dining reservations must be made in advance. We will do our best to accommodate a reciprocal member, however, will be unable to honor reservation requests made within forty-eight (48) hours.
  • The Club will not honor walk-in reciprocal club members.
  • Reciprocal club members are permitted to make a dining reservation for a maximum of four(4) people at one table. Larger parties are at the discretion of St Petersburg Yacht Club.
  • Reciprocal member use for private event rooms in December and February will be determined on a case-by-case basis. We will yield to first accommodating our own member requests.
  • Reciprocal Club members are permitted to use the Central Ave valet entrance if space permits. Self-parking will not be available.

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In a city that prides itself on environmental stewardship and progressive values, St. Petersburg is on the verge of making a monumental mistake. The Historic Gas Plant District redevelopment and the new Tampa Bay Rays stadium deal, as currently proposed, fail to align with our community’s sustainability goals.

The proposed Rays-Hines stadium and surrounding redevelopment agreement misses a golden opportunity to affirm and showcase St. Petersburg’s commitment to clean energy and climate resilience. The current agreements are inadequate. Instead of committing to substantial solar infrastructure and microgrids, the stadium will likely continue to depend on traditional, carbon-heavy energy sources. It doesn’t help that Mayor Ken Welch has proclaimed Thursday as Duke Energy Day. While we all respect the hard work of Duke Energy Florida’s line workers, the corporation itself does not deserve such accolades.

Despite the city’s ambitious goal of achieving 100% emissions-free electricity by 2035 , Duke Energy has continued to rely heavily on fossil fuels, driving up utility costs for residents. Among large electric utilities, Duke Florida bills are already the fifth-highest in the nation with plans for further hikes. This proclamation is not only counterproductive but directly undermines our city’s sustainability ambitions.

This oversight is particularly glaring given the availability of cheaper, more reliable solar power options that could serve as a model for other cities. Other cities have successfully integrated sustainability into their stadiums. The Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle and Golden 1 Center in Sacramento , California, are shining examples of what could be achieved with proper commitment and vision. This stadium and these arenas boast LEED certifications and significant on-site renewable energy generation, proving that it is entirely feasible for large-scale sports facilities to be both economically viable and environmentally friendly.

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We are the Sunshine City in the Sunshine State, and the new Rays stadium should be a shining example of how we truly “Rays Up” Tampa Bay’s leadership on solar.

St. Petersburg is increasingly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, particularly hurricanes and flooding. The city’s storm surge maps paint a sobering picture , and the frequency of severe weather events is set to increase. The Historic Gas Plant District, situated on high ground, is an ideal location for a resilient, disaster-ready infrastructure. Yet, the current development plans lack the necessary provisions for a microgrid-powered evacuation center capable of withstanding a Category 5 hurricane.

Incorporating such measures is not just about meeting sustainability targets; it’s about safeguarding our community’s future. A stadium equipped with solar panels and battery storage could provide critical power during emergencies, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and enhancing public safety; 40% of St. Petersburg residents live in the current Coastal High Hazard Area , and a significant percentage of Pinellas County residents live at or below the average median income, making it difficult to afford a hotel or evacuate. This facility must be designed and built to operate as an emergency shelter to help facilitate more localized options for evacuation for the long-term resilience of our infrastructure.

When the Gas Plant District was taken from its residents, business owners and congregations, the city made specific promises that were not kept. Access to generational wealth was lost; we cannot allow the same cycle of broken promises to occur again. Only through specific contractual obligations can we ensure that the neighborhood, the Rays-Hines partnership and the greater communities of St. Petersburg, Pinellas County and the greater Tampa Bay region all benefit.

One last chance to fix the deal

Tomorrow may be the St. Petersburg City Council’s last chance to fix the deal. It must take immediate and decisive action to rectify these shortcomings by:

-- Mandating on-site renewable energy: The stadium and surrounding developments must generate at least as much renewable energy as they consume. This should be a nonnegotiable requirement to meet our 2035 clean energy goal . We cannot trust that developers will in “good faith” produce a LEED certification for the stadium. It should be required for the stadium to be built to a platinum LEED level. All new development within the Gas Plant should be held to a standard similar to the existing Sustainability & Resiliency of City Facilities Ordinance No. 359-H , which holds the city to the highest sustainability and building efficiency standards.

-- Implementing climate-resilient infrastructure: The development should include microgrids and other resilient features to ensure continuous operation during extreme weather events. This will protect vulnerable populations and enhance the city’s emergency response capabilities.

-- Improving our urban natural environment: We need a 50-foot riparian buffer with native Florida vegetation along Booker Creek to support flood and water quality efforts. The Historic Gas Plant District should be filled with native trees and vegetation. At least 12 acres — and ideally 14 — should be open space, with half, at a minimum, being green space while also contributing to the city’s 30% tree canopy goal. Landscaping must use verified Florida native plants for shade and habitat, avoiding ornamental flora like palm trees.

-- Prioritizing transparency and accountability: The City Council must ensure that these commitments are not just aspirational but are codified in the development agreements. This includes clear, measurable targets and accountability mechanisms to track progress.

Without these critical changes, the proposed deals will remain fundamentally flawed. The City Council should not be swayed by the artificial urgency pushed by vested interests. Instead, it must take the time to get the details right, ensuring that the Historic Gas Plant District redevelopment and the Rays Stadium deal truly serve the best interests of St. Petersburg’s residents.

The future of St. Petersburg’s sustainability and climate resilience depends on the actions we take today. We cannot afford to miss this chance to secure a greener, more resilient future for our city.

Dave Harbeitner lives in St. Petersburg. He is a member of the Suncoast Sierra Club’s Political Committee and is the former chairperson of the Florida Chapter’s Political Committee having served from 2017 to 2023. Pat Fling lives in St. Petersburg and is the current co-chairperson of the Suncoast Sierra Club’s Political Committee.

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    Latest reviews, photos and 👍🏾ratings for St Petersburg Yacht Club at 11 Central Ave in St. Petersburg - view the menu, ⏰hours, ☎️phone number, ☝address and map. Find ... Add a Menu Photos. Add a Photo. View All Photos. Hours. Monday: Closed: Tuesday: 7:30AM - 9:30PM: Wednesday: 7:30AM - 9:30PM: Thursday: 7:30AM - 9:30PM ...

  12. St. Petersburg Yacht Club Marina

    11 Central Ave.St. Petersburg, FL 33701. View Website. (727) 822-3873. St. Petersburg. TripAdvisor Rating: 501 Reviews. Overview. Details. Enjoy your special occasion in this elegant setting, with breathtaking water views of Tampa Bay combined with ambiance, gourmet cooking, and impeccable service.

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  14. St. Petersburg Yacht Club

    The St. Petersburg Yacht Club was founded in 1909 and the clubhouse was inaugurated on its current site in 1917. One-Design Racing began two years later, when six Fish Class sailboats were acquired. Offshore racing started with the Havana Race in 1930 as the forerunner for the Southern Ocean Racing Conference (SORC). Sailors

  15. ST PETERSBURG YACHT CLUB

    2 reviews and 11 photos of ST PETERSBURG YACHT CLUB "As a whole, the SPYC is a very good club. I know more about the Pass-a-Grille location, as my parents have been members there since the days when it was the Pass-a-Grille Yacht Club. Now that the two have combined, it's the best of both worlds. You have the casual intimate setting of the Pass-a-Grille location (which is walking distance for ...

  16. Membership

    The St. Petersburg Yacht Club offers something to entice every member of the family every day. With two clubhouses, three marinas, full service catering, a fleet of sailboats, live entertainment weekly and a long list of programs and events. Full/Active (single/dual); Non-Resident; Intermediate (ages 34 and under) and Pass-a-Grille only.

  17. St. Petersburg Yacht Club

    Established in 1909 and having been completely renovated in the early 1990s, the Club is located on the beautiful waterfront in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida. A gathering place for avid boaters, it is also one of Tampa Bay's most prestigious social venues. The yacht club is famous for its standard of race management and events are run ...

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    Situated in a bustling arts community on the downtown St. Petersburg waterfront, the St. Petersburg Yacht Club has been a part of the sailing community for over 100 years. We pride ourselves in creating a relaxed private club atmosphere with a warm, friendly, family-oriented environment.

  20. St. Petersburg Yacht Club

    St. Petersburg Yacht Club, Saint Petersburg, Florida. 5,916 likes · 68 talking about this · 51,336 were here. SPYC is a Private Yacht Club ~ Founded in 1909, and one of the oldest Yacht Club's on...

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    Following the sale of The Factory St. Pete in June, there were talks of a restaurant and a pickleball facility coming to the space.. It's true. St. Pete Athletic, Paddle & Social Club announced ...

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  23. Waterfront

    50 Bayshore Drive St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Marina Office: 727-822-3227 Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 5:00pm Friday - Sunday 7:30am - 5:30pm Email Us Arrival Plan Dock Plan

  24. Minnesota Yacht Club Festival: Tickets, parking, things to know

    Set-up continues for the Yacht Club Festival at Harriet Island in St. Paul on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. ... Gray Duck Tavern, downtown St. Paul restaurant in building up for sale, abruptly closes.

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    Pass-a-Grille Early Bird Menu! Served daily from 5-6pm choose a 3 course meal for $12++. Reservations call 727-360-1646. (for SPYC members & guests only)

  26. Visiting Clubs

    Please complete the form below to request visiting the St. Petersburg Yacht Club. Please note that completing the form does not guarantee reciprocal privileges. Questions contact: SPYC Front Desk: [email protected] or (727) 822-3873. SPYC Membership: [email protected] or (727) 892-6888. Full Name:*.

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  28. About Us

    The St. Petersburg Yacht Club was founded in 1909. Following the reclamation and completion of the waterfront, the clubhouse was inaugurated on it's current site in 1917. Two years later, 6 Fish Class sailboats were acquired and one design racing began. Several classes have returned annually for over 60 years.