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The Complete Guide to Eating at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts

By Leigh Caldwell 2 Comments

There are LOTS of Disney resorts , and it can be hard to choose which one to stay at.

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Disney’s Yacht Club

If you’re a big Disney food fan (like we are!), the restaurants at each resort may influence your decision. Allow us to make that decision easier for you! Let’s head over to Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts for The Complete Guide to Eating at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts!

There are 10 places you can eat at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts. Let’s take a look at the tried-and-true favorites at each location!

Ale & Compass Restaurant

Ale & Compass is known for its New England-inspired comfort food. It is part of a larger complex that includes the Ale & Compass Lounge and a small market. If you’re a fan of sweet breakfasts, don’t miss the Dark Chocolate Waffle, which is served with Cherry Compote and Espresso-Mascarpone Cream.

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So much yum!

At dinner, the New England Seafood Pot Pie (with shrimp, scallops, crab and vegetables in a flaky crust) is a favorite. You’ll also find classics like steak, roast chicken, and burgers on the menu.

Click Here to Read Our Latest Review of Ale & Compass

Ale & Compass Lounge

The Ale & Compass Lounge just off the Disney’s Yacht Club Resort lobby is a great place to grab a drink and an appetizer. It was remodeled a few years ago, and the look now is modern and sleek, with nautical touches.

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It just seems right to drink a Dark & Stormy or a Regal Manhattan in this classy space. Food is served here from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. nightly, and while it is labeled as appetizers, you can get a burger or a flatbread that is definitely large enough to serve as dinner.

Click Here for Our Latest Review of Ale & Compass Lounge

The market at ale & compass.

This quick-service location has a focus on grab-and-go items such as cold sandwiches, fruit cups, and salads. But there is a coffee bar, and there are hot items available here, as well.

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Chilled Options

Best bets here include the Ham and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich served on a Pretzel Roll , or the Cuban Sandwich for lunch or dinner. The Market is also a great place to find special, themed cupcakes and other treats around the holidays.

Click Here for Our Review of a Seasonal Cupcake from the Market at Ale & Compass

Cape may cafe.

Cape May Cafe is home to a popular character breakfast — the Minnie’s Beach Bash Breakfast. You can usually find Minnie, Donald, Daisy, and Goofy here — and they are all dressed up in adorable beach wear! The buffet is pretty standard breakfast fare, with the Salted Caramel “Beach Buns” as a highlight.

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Minnie is ready for a day at the beach!

At dinner, the Cape May dinner buffet features New England seafood favorites, including Clam Chowder, snow crab legs, and fried seafood. Do not miss the Oreo Bonbons among the dessert selection here. They are a cookies-and-cream mousse-filled bonbon on top of an Oreo cookie, and they are a perennial DFB favorite!

Click Here for Our Latest Review of the Cape May Cafe Character Breakfast!

Beaches and cream.

There’s one place to go when you want large and over-the-top ice cream treats, and that’s Beaches & Cream ! We particularly love the No Way Jose Sundae and Kitchen Sink offerings.

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Kitchen Sink Sundae

We suggest grabbing the Kitchen Sink only if you’re with a group because it’s a LOT of ice cream to finish! This giant treat includes a scoop of every ice cream on their menu, along with every single one of their toppings , so it really is a challenge! While you do need a reservation to dine inside the restaurant , the to-go window offers ice cream to take with you to your final destination. You can also grab a burger and fries here for lunch or dinner!

Learn more about Beaches & Cream here!

Beach club marketplace.

Like The Market at Ale & Compass, Beach Club Marketplace is a quick service location where you will find both hot food and grab-and-go options. The Steak and Egg Breakfast Sandwich with Swiss Cheese and Garlic-Peppercorn Ranch Dressing is a specialty in the mornings.

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Rainbow Mickey Caramel Cheesecake

This is another good place to look for fun seasonal treats, like this Rainbow Mickey Caramel Cheesecake we found there for Pride Month. If you’re looking for an inexpensive dinner option, the Half-Roasted Chicken Dinner with mashed potatoes, vegetables, and cornbread is big enough to split and less than $15.

Check Out These BEAUTIFUL Cupcakes We Found at Beach Club Marketplace!

Martha’s vineyard lounge.

We suggest the wings and mussels at Martha’s Vineyard . And if you’re a fan of out-of-this-world drinks, this is a place you will want to check out. The space is designed to be reminiscent of a New England beach house, but we will say that the theming here isn’t great compared to other lounges on the property.

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It’s a Candy Cane Mimosa!

We’ve seen candy cane mimosas and jelly bean cocktails at this location before , so Martha’s Vineyard may be a fun place to check out.

Are These Drinks at Martha’s Vineyard a Little TOO crazy? You Tell Us!

Hurricane hanna’s .

Hurricane Hanna’s is the pool bar for the Yacht and Beach Club’s Stormalong Bay pool. You should know that you cannot swim in the pool unless you are a guest of the Yacht Club or Beach Club, but anyone can enjoy a drink or a snack at Hurricane Hanna’s.

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Storm Chaser and Souvenir Cup

The food here will not be the best thing you eat on the trip, but it is decent for a day enjoying the sunshine. Kids’ meals are served in a plastic sand bucket with attached shovel, which is a fun treat that can then be put-to-use playing in the sand! We DO love a good blue drink, and the Storm Chaser — made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Bacardi Superior Rum, Blue Curaçao and Sweet-and Sour topped with Sprite — is a fun reason to spend some time watching the action in the pool here.

Click Here for Our Review of the Stormchaser!

Yachtsman steakhouse.

We highly recommend Yachtsman Steakhouse as the place you can find some of the best steaks on Disney World property. You will get a traditional steakhouse experience here — one that caters to nearly all tastes.

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Filet Mignon at Yachtsman Steakhouse

We definitely recommend ordering the Cognac-Truffle Butter for your steak, and the Truffle Mac and Cheese is a side dish that would please just about anyone. We find the size of the side dishes to be big enough for two — so keep that in mind when ordering here!

Click Here for a Recent Review of Yachtsman Steakhouse!

Crew’s Cup Lounge

The Crew’s Cup Lounge is right next door to Yachtsman Steakhouse. We love the cozy vibes here! While you won’t find a lot of specialty drinks, the Crew’s Cup Lounge is a good place for beer or a glass of wine, and stocks several scotches and cognacs . It’s also a good place to watch a game if you’re missing watching sports while on vacation.

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Starting at 5PM, Crew’s Cup serves a limited menu of favorites from the steakhouse next door. We recommend the Yachtsman Signature Bread (especially the onion pull-apart rolls!), and the Lobster Bisque .

Click Here for a Recent Review of Crew’s Cup Lounge!

Epcot festivals.

You can walk to EPCOT from this resort, so we would be remiss if we didn’t mention that some of best eats available to you could be right inside EPCOT’s International Gateway if there’s a festival going on!

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EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

EPCOT festivals truly have a plethora of different options , so it’s great if no one in your group can decide on one place to eat, or if you have many items to check off your festival list anyway! Check the pages below for the latest dates, menus and information on EPCOT’s festivals:

  • EPCOT International Festival of the Arts
  • EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival
  • EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival
  • EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays

Walking around Disney’s BoardWalk is also a great option, as it’s really close by and has some great restaurants as well .

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Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

With DOZENS of places to eat at Disney World, we know it can be tough to plan your meals. That’s why we wrote the DFB Guide to Dining at Walt Disney World . We have reviews, pictures and details about every restaurant all in one digital download – along with ALL of our best tips and strategies from decades of Disney World trips. We’ve got a special discount code for DFB readers, too! Use WDW2022 at checkout for 25% off !

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The DFB Guide to Dining

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December 18, 2022 at 7:37 pm

It is hard to beat Ale and Compass for a delicious breakfast and we love lunch at Beaches and Cream…especially the tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich. Yum! Both of these restaurants are good reasons to stay on the Boardwalk as far as we are concerned!

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January 31, 2023 at 11:56 am

Looking forward to our lunch at Beaches and Cream next month. Lunch choices will probably be chicken sandwiches, followed by dessert (No Way Jose and Strawberry Shortcake). We usually order burgers or grilled cheese, but the chicken sandwich sounds so delicious, so we decided to be a bit different; but we need our favorite desserts.

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Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club Restaurants Guide

This article discusses the restaurants at Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club. We’ll preview a list of restaurants for both resorts and then provide an individual overview of each one.

Some dining options might not be so obvious when you stay at either Disney’s Beach or Yacht Club. While the resorts have adequate table-service restaurants and lounges, the quick-service locations are insufficient.

We recently spent an entire week at the Yacht Club and used a few loopholes to do well with dining. However, I overheard multiple guests complaining about the lack of restaurants during our stay.

Most mornings, I woke up early and jogged or walked around Crescent Lake. Twice, I ran into guests asking cast members where they could eat breakfast. One of those guests, an older gentleman, exclaimed, “You mean this restaurant is the only place I can get breakfast at this hotel,” referring to Ale and Compass.

In both situations, the guests were frustrated. You pay a premium price to stay at a hotel, and the quick service options are stuck inside a hotel gift shop–most of them premade–and room service hasn’t been available in years!

We go on and on about the Disney Beach and Yacht Club. It’s our favorite place to stay in all of Walt Disney World! So, I felt it was important to update our dining guide for the resorts and share these frustrations. You are not alone.

But I sincerely believe you can do well for breakfast and most other meals without always needing a dining reservation at a table service restaurant. So, let me share what’s available with a few tips to enhance your vacation instead of leaving you frustrated!

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Restaurants at Disney’s Beach Club

Here is a list of the restaurants at Disney’s Beach Club Resort.

Counter Service

Beach Club Marketplace

  • Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Grill

Martha’s Vineyard

Table Service

Beaches and Cream Soda Shop

Cape may cafe.

Disney's Beach Club Resort

Restaurants at Disney’s Yacht Club

Here is a list of the restaurants at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.

The Market at Ale and Compass

Ale and compass lounge.

  • Crew’s Cup

Ale and Compass Restaurant

Yachtsman steakhouse.

Disney's Yacht Club Resort

Beach Club Marketplace is the primary quick-service restaurant on the Beach Club side of the resort. It’s located off the resort’s lobby.

Part of the Beach Club Marketplace is the Beach Club’s gift shop . The other half offers grab-and-go items, regular menu items, and a beverage station.

Beach Club Marketplace serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and is usually open from 7:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. You can preview the Beach Club Marketplace Menu on Disney’s site.

You can get a few decent items for breakfast, like breakfast sandwiches, a Bounty Platter (bacon, scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, and a biscuit), and Mickey waffles.

However, lunch and dinner items are pretty limited. Those items include a pulled pork sandwich, a foot-long all-beef hot dog, baked macaroni and cheese, a roasted half-chicken dinner, and a garden salad.

Kids’ meals include a turkey sandwich, PB&J Uncrustable, baked mac and cheese, and a hot dog. If you want chicken nuggets, you’ll need to pick them up at Hurricane Hanna’s.

Disney Beach Club Restaurant Menu

In addition to menu items, Beach Club Marketplace has a good deal of premade grab-and-go items. Here are a few photos from a recent visit.

Food items in the quick service restaurant at Disney's Beach Club

If you are a chocolate lover, you’ll want to try the plant-based chocolate brownie with icing. A cast member shared that it was a guest favorite, so I tried it on a previous visit. It was delicious!

chocolate brownie

Unfortunately, this location does not have a formal indoor seating area. However, you can enjoy your meal in the nearby Solarium. Additionally, a separate covered outdoor patio with tables and chairs is available across the walkway.

For more specifics about this location, we have an entire review of Disney’s Beach Club Marketplace . It includes photos of everything you can expect at this quick service.

Disney Beach Club Restaurant seating area

The Market at Ale and Compass is almost identical to Beach Club Marketplace. The Market is down a hall, only a few steps from the Yacht Club’s lobby.

This location offers mainly grab-and-go style sandwiches, salads, and pastries. However, a few made-to-order selections are available.

The Market area at Ale and  Compass

Hours of operation are daily between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. The Market serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Limited seating is available inside.

For breakfast, items include breakfast sandwiches, a breakfast bowl (scrambled eggs, a Mickey waffle, potato barrels, bacon, and a biscuit), Mickey waffles, and oatmeal.

Lunch and dinner items include premade cold sandwiches, premade salads, a grilled chicken panini, a Cuban sandwich, and a ham and cheese sandwich. Kids’ meals include a ham sandwich, turkey sandwich, mac and cheese, or grilled cheese.

Additionally, The Market has a relatively extensive list of specialty coffee drinks. So, this is an excellent stop to pick up a caffeinated beverage.

Related: The Market at Ale and Compass

Yacht Club Restaurant

Rapid Fill Mugs

We didn’t dine at The Market at Ale and Compass or Beach Club Marketplace during our stay. However, two in our group purchased a Rapid Fill mug from The Market at Ale and Compass.

At the time of this update, mugs are $21.99 and can be used at any resort quick service with a refillable beverage station for the length of your stay. So, for these resorts, you can refill them at either quick service or Hurricane Hanna’s by the pool.

Tip: If you visit any other resort’s quick service, you can use the mugs there. For instance, if you take the Skyliner to Primo Piatto at the Riviera for breakfast, take your mug with you.

Rapid Fill sign at Disney's Beach Club

Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill

Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill is a quick-service dining location at Stormalong Bay . For those unfamiliar, Stormalong Bay is the pool area shared between the resorts. It’s so large that it has its own name.

Hurricane Hanna’s is usually open daily from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. They serve standard items like burgers, chicken nuggets, and salads. Here is a preview of their menu. (Those frozen grapes make for an excellent treat at the pool.)

Yacht Club Restaurant Menu

They have a separate cocktail menu.

Hurricane Hanna Menu at Yacht and Beach Club

Seating at Hurricane Hanna’s is available outside of the pool area. However, if you’re at the pool, a server is usually available to take your order during the busier portions of the day.

Seating area at Hurricane Hanna's

On a past visit, we rented a cabana at Stormalong Bay and ordered lunch from the poolside quick service. I got the grilled chicken sandwich.

grilled chicken sandwich with fries from Disney Yacht Club

Over the years, we’ve ordered food from Hurricane Hanna’s and taken it back to our room. This spot has always been our go-to location for allergy-friendly chicken nuggets when staying at the resort.

Related: Hurricane Hanna’s Review

Hurricane Hanna's at Stormalong Bay

You’ll find three lounges between Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club. I use the word lounge loosely because they are all excellent locations to enjoy dinner without a dining reservation.

We’ve had dinner at all three locations and consider each a bit of a hidden gem. First, we’ll discuss Ale and Compass Lounge, the primary lounge off the Yacht Club’s lobby.

This location is open daily from 4:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. Several items from Ale and Compass Restaurant are available on the lounge menu.

Those items include hearth-oven flatbreads, Parker House rolls with spreads, roasted Buffalo-style cauliflower, blue crab bisque, roasted garlic shrimp, and the bacon and Vermont cheddar burger.

Related: Ale and Compass Lounge

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Crew’s Cup Lounge

You’ll find Crew’s Cup Lounge next to Yachtsman Steakhouse. Crew’s Cup appears to be a bit of a hole in the wall. But once you spend a few moments inside, you’ll be glad you decided to stop. It’s one of the friendliest places on the property.

Disney's Yacht Club Restaurants

Crew’s Cup has a menu with a few offerings from Yachtsman Steakhouse. A menu is posted outside the entrance.

On this stay, we were allowed to order steaks from Yachtsman along with their delicious bread service. Since we had a younger member in our party, they also provided us with a kids’ menu.

Unfortunately, it was so dark I didn’t get great pictures. We had the ribeye and roasted prime rib. Other menu options included lobster corn chowder, Caesar salad, jumbo shrimp cocktail, and a charcuterie board.

You may remember we tried the charcuterie board on a previous visit. It was a tasty option that was more than enough to make a meal.

Related: Crew’s Cup Lounge at Disney’s Yacht Club

charcuterie spread from Disney's Yacht Club

Lastly, Martha’s Vineyard is a lounge located on the Beach Club side of the resort. This location offers a tasty New England Clam Chowder.

I often stop here for a bowl on cooler evenings. The chowder is delicious and comes with a side of cornbread. (This chowder is supreme over the one at Beach Club Marketplace.) You can also order items like loaded potato barrels, Buffalo-glazed wings, mussels, and more.

Seafood Chowder from Martha's Vineyard at the Beach Club

If you’re looking for a cocktail or a meal, I wouldn’t hesitate to try any of the lounges. They are much more appealing than either of the resort’s counter services.

Ale and Compass is a restaurant that we frequent year-round. This trip was no exception. If you were to look at our receipts from our stay, you’d see one line item after another that said, “Ale & Compass.”

This is also our loophole location for dining at the resorts. Yes, it’s a table service restaurant. But they offer mobile ordering.

Ale and Compass serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They are open most of the day. But they close around 2:00 p.m. and reopen at 5:00 p.m. for dinner service.

We enjoy having breakfast inside the restaurant from time to time. This location has a popular breakfast buffet that includes an entree for a reasonable price.

Those chocolate waffles are one of the entrees, and they are every bit as delicious as they look. They come topped with mascarpone, cherries, and chocolate shavings.

chocolate waffles with bacon from Ale and Compass

We have also enjoyed many other menu items for lunch and dinner at Ale and Compass. But our favorite thing to do when staying at the hotel is to order takeout and enjoy it at the pool.

Since the feature pool opens at 10:00 a.m., we ordered breakfast at 9:30 a.m. each day of our stay. It was usually ready by 9:50 a.m. So I would pick up our order and get in line to rope drop the pool. (It’s a very popular pool.)

Each day of our stay, we enjoyed breakfast at the Stormalong Bay Pool. Honestly, it was our favorite part of the trip!

breakfast at Disney's Yacht Club

A few mornings, I had blueberry pancakes. Oh, and the best part? This item below is a kids’ meal other than the coffee. For a reasonable price, you receive two pancakes and two sides. I chose roasted sweet potatoes and sausage.

pancake with sausage from a Disney Yacht Club Restaurant

The first evening before everyone arrived, I enjoyed a cheeseburger with fries and broccolini at the pool. This was another mobile order kids’ meal from Ale and Compass.

cheeseburger from Disney's Yacht Club

I cannot stress enough how much we love this location for table-service dining and to-go orders. It is so simple to order your food and pick it up.

If you don’t want to dine at the pool, you can find a seat in the neighboring lounge or return to your room. And if you don’t want to pay a table service price, mobile order a kids’ meal. It will be a better quality than what’s available at the quick service. (However, note that kids’ meals are not an option for adults when dining inside the restaurant.)

Related Articles:

  • Ale and Compass Breakfast Review
  • Ale and Compass Dinner and Lunch Review

Parker House Rolls at Disney's Yacht Club

Most everyone planning a stay at either Disney’s Beach or Yacht Club will want to secure a reservation for Beaches and Cream Soda Shop. This diner-style restaurant is located directly behind Stormalong Bay.

Beaches and Cream serves burgers, fries, grilled cheese, and onion rings. They also have an array of popular sundaes, milkshakes, and banana splits for dessert.

interior of a restaurant at Disney's Beach Club

Beaches and Cream Soda Shop takes walk-ups based on availability. However, to ensure a table, you will want to make reservations. Due to the restaurant’s popularity, reservations are sometimes difficult to obtain.

However, if you’re only going for ice cream or would like a treat to enjoy by the pool, you’re in luck! Beaches and Cream has a walk-up window that serves ice cream only.

You can get pretty much everything except the kitchen sink! Well, actually, you can get the kitchen sink. Just make sure you have someone(s) to help you.

Here is the menu description: Scoops of Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Cookies ‘n Cream, and Mint Chocolate Chip topped with Hot Fudge, Peanut Butter, SNICKERS® pieces, Fresh-baked Brownie, and smothered in every additional topping we have. Also available are Chocolate Lovers or Neapolitan. (Serves Four)

Related: Beaches and Cream Soda Shop Review

Beaches and Cream To-Go Window

Cape May Cafe is located on the Beach Club side of the resort. This restaurant offers two unique dining experiences. First, they have a daily breakfast buffet from 7:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.

This meal is considered character dining and referred to as Minnie’s Beachside Bash. Characters at this meal include Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, Donald Duck, and Goofy.

Breakfast items include salted caramel beach buns, oatmeal, grits, cheddar biscuits and gravy, omelets, carving stations, fruits, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, and more.

Related: Cape May Cafe Character Breakfast Review

Cape May Cafe Restaurant at Disney's Beach Club

For dinner, Cape May Cafe is open from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. This meal is a seafood-and-more dinner buffet.

Cape May’s seafood buffet includes clams, shrimp, mussels, pasta, soups, salads, roasted beef, desserts, and more. However, it’s important to note that this meal is not character dining. Characters only appear at breakfast.

Unfortunately, snow crab legs are no longer part of the all-you-can-eat buffet. At the time of this article, an order of extra crab legs cost $29.00 per pound.

Related: Cape May Cafe Seafood Buffet Review

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Yachtsman Steakhouse is a signature dining establishment on the Yacht Club side of the resort. It’s so good that it’s included in our list of the best signature dining options at Disney World . They are open nightly from 5:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.

Like its name, the steakhouse serves a variety of quality aged in-house meats. The restaurant’s signature steak is the New York Strip.

So far, we’ve tried the filet mignon, ribeye, and prime rib. All were delicious, but the ribeye with blue cheese butter was more than memorable.

Related: Yachtsman Steakhouse Review

Steak at Ale and Compass

Restaurants near Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club

Lastly, we’ll discuss a few dining options near the Beach and Yacht Club. As you probably know, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot are within walking distance of the resorts. So you’ll want to plan some meals when you visit those parks.

Disney’s Boardwalk and the Swan and Dolphin Hotels are also within walking distance. This means you’ll find plenty of table-service dining options within the area. However, quick-service locations are lacking in the entire Epcot Resorts Area .

Dining options at Disney’s Boardwalk include Trattoria al Forno and Flying Fish. You might also get a sandwich or treat at the Boardwalk Deli . (Unfortunately, Big River Grille permanently closed.)

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Disney’s Swan and Dolphin has multiple signature dining options: Il Mulino, Todd English’s Blue Zoo, and Shula’s Steakhouse. Shula’s is one of the best meals we’ve had!

If you’re looking for something more casual, try The Fountain, located on the Dolphin’s first floor. This restaurant is similar to Beaches and Cream and offers diner-style menu items.

And if you prefer to eat outside, the Cabana Bar and Beach Club Grill is by the pool. This location takes walk-ups, and they have several tasty menu options. Additionally, Rosa Mexicano is the resort’s newest restaurant.

Related: Restaurants at Disney’s Swan and Dolphin

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Final Thoughts on Dining at Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club

When it comes to restaurants, you’ll find plenty of options between Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club. As for a quick meal, remember that mobile ordering from Ale and Compass is your friend.

As far as staying at the resorts, they are pretty hard to beat. While I often complain about the lack of places to enjoy a casual meal in this area, it’s usually our only issue. So, I don’t necessarily mean to put a damper on things by complaining. But it’s something you’ll want to be aware of going into your stay.

For more information on either of these resorts, we have complete guides that list all our articles:

  • Disney’s Beach Club Resort
  • Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

You might also enjoy these individual reviews:

  • Disney’s Beach Club Review
  • Disney’s Yacht Club Review
  • Disney’s Boardwalk Inn Review
  • Disney’s Swan and Dolphin Review
  • The Swan Reserve Review

In the comments:

What are your thoughts about dining at Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club? Do you have a favorite restaurant here?

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Great review! We’ve been to many of the restaurants mentioned and it’s funny because it was the Hurricane Hanna’s that surprised us the most. My sister and I ate there on a whim and I remember talking about it even days later because I couldn’t believe how good it was for a pool bar…lol

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Posted by: Caitlin Kane December 27, 2021

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One of the most popular areas to explore at the Walt Disney World Resort is Crescent Lake, which is located just steps from EPCOT and a short walk from Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Also found on the shores of Crescent Lake are the wonderful Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts which each feature their own unique themes that complement each other.

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort evokes the feeling of a classic New England yacht club with nautical details, upscale elegance, and a beautiful lighthouse at the end of the dock beckoning visitors in. Right next door is Disney’s Beach Club Resort which features a more laid-back New England beach resort feel with pastel colors, whitewashed wood accents, and charming details.

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Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts are attached and share many of the same amenities including the massive Stormalong Bay pool area as well as many popular dining options. Guests can enjoy everything from grab-and-go pool snacks to indulgent steak dinners without ever leaving these two Disney Resorts! Let’s check out all of the amazing dining options available to Guests who explore Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts!

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Yachtsman Steakhouse

An extremely popular dining option at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is Yachtsman Steakhouse, a signature dining restaurant that is open daily for dinner only and invites Guests to enjoy New England steakhouse classics in an elegant and nautical setting. The interior has several dining rooms that feature dark blues and greens that are paired with light finishes, cozy seating, and vaulted ceilings creating an upscale, yet welcoming environment.

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Guests can begin their dinners at Yachtsman Steakhouse with first course options including French Onion Soup, Beef Carpaccio, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Caesar Salad, and a Steakhouse Wedge Salad. Many Guests also love to try the Lobster Bisque which is perfectly creamy and served with lobster biscuits, crème Fraiche, and espelette oil.

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The stars of the menu at Yachtsman Steakhouse are obviously the perfectly prepared steaks and Guests can choose from a variety of cuts such as Filet Mignon, Rib-Eye Steak, Roasted Prime Rib, New York Strip, and the Porterhouse for Two. Each steak also comes with a selection of accompaniments including mashed potatoes, house-made fries, or potato-leek gratin.

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In addition to the steaks, Guests who dine at Yachtsman Steakhouse can also choose from a variety of fresh seafood options including Seafood Cioppino, Chef’s Catch of the Day, and the Chilled Admiral’s Tower for Two, which includes Maine lobster, scallop ceviche, tuna tartare, snow crab, jumbo shrimp, mussels, and charred octopus salad.

Non-seafood options are also featured on the menu and Guests can enjoy Dry-Aged Duroc Pork Chop, Sweet Potato and Seasonal Mushroom Dumplings, and Peruvian-Barbecued Chicken.

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To Round out dinner at Yachtsman Steakhouse, Guests can add traditional sides such as creamed spinach, truffle macaroni and cheese, haricot vert, roasted seasonal mushrooms, grilled colossal asparagus, and house-made truffle fries. Of course, dessert simply cannot be missed and some indulgent options include Crème Brulee, Strawberry Shortcake, Pineapple and Coconut Tart, and Yachtsman’s Chocolate Cake.

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Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is a huge favorite of many Guests as it welcomes them into a retro diner from the Atlantic seashore complete with pastel colors, busy jukeboxes, and artwork depicting favorite Disney characters enjoying the seaside. The table service restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner and serves up American classics as well as totally over-the-top desserts that are good to the last drop.

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Beaches & Cream Soda Shop features a limited menu for lunch and dinner, but every option is completely delicious beginning with entrée choices including the Cheddar-Bacon-Ranch Chicken Sandwich, Angus Beef Burger, and Reuben Sandwich. Guests who follow a plant-based diet can enjoy the Plant-Based Burger which features plant-based mayonnaise and caramelized balsamic-onion jam on a multigrain bun.

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Two of the most popular entrée items on the menu are classic American sandwiches starting with the Beaches & Cream Grilled Cheese which is perfectly toasted and filled with melted, stringy cheese and served with creamy tomato soup and the option to add bacon or ham for an additional fee. The French Dip Sandwich is served on a toasted French roll and features sliced roast beef, Swiss cheese, crispy fried onions, and au jus for dipping.

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While the main entrees at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop are delicious on their own, the sides are what make the meals, and Guests can enjoy delicious options including onion rings, potato tots, French fries, and a bowl of chili. Specialty tots are also available smothered in delicious toppings and Guests can choose from Chili and Cheese Tots, Cheese and Bacon Tots, and a plant-based Chili and Cheese Tots option.

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Absolutely no visit to Beaches & Cream Soda Shop is complete without enjoying dessert and Guests can order up specialty milkshakes or malts topped with baked goods, whipped cream, sprinkles, cherries, and more or enjoy a classic Ice Cream Soda with either vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, cherry, or pineapple ice cream. There are also several non-ice cream options available including the unique Cookie Fries with Dipping Sauce which features fresh-baked cookies cut like large fries and served with an assortment of dipping sauces.

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There are also plenty of specialty sundaes offered on the menu at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop with none as popular as the Kitchen Sink which features five different flavors of ice cream, every topping in the house, and is big enough to feed four Guests! Other wonderful sundae options include the Snickers Sundae, No Way Jose, Fudge Mudslide, Old Fashioned Sundae, and Classic Banana Split.

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Cape May Café

Also found at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is Cape May Café, a table service location that features a unique combination of meals throughout each day. The interior of Cape May Café is bright and airy to feel like a classic eatery on the Atlantic seashore and there are white wooden accents, intricate molding that looks like cresting waves, and murals depicting retro scenes from the seaside.

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Breakfast at Cape May Café is a family-style meal where Guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat American classics including an array of hot and cold items that are all equally delicious. Some of the extensive foods offered at breakfast include fresh fruit, yogurt parfaits, ham and cheese omelets, Mickey Waffles, brioche French toast, scrambled eggs, crispy potato barrels, beef hash, bacon, breakfast sausage, and Beach Buns which is a salted caramel pull-apart bread topped with cinnamon streusel.

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Cape May Café continues its family-style service for dinner but instead serves up traditional New England surf and turf classics on massive platters that Guests will be sure to enjoy. Dinner begins with a variety of breads and spreads and a Seasonal Harvest Salad with arugula, kale, romaine lettuce, cherry tomatoes, red onions, and sun-dried fruit before moving on the main course platters.

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The Seafood Boil platter at Cape May Café is stacked high with fresh options including Prince Edward Island mussels, Cape May clams, peel-n-eat shrimp, the sustainable catch of the day, red bliss potatoes, and corn on the cob. Guests who are more interested in meat options will love The Turf Platter which offers up oven-roasted lemon-pepper chicken, slow-roasted strip loin with chimichurri and house-made steak sauce, mashed potatoes, and vegetables.

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After completely stuffing themselves, Guests might feel as though they do not have room for dessert at Cape May Café, but dinner is perfectly ended with an assortment of house-made desserts from the restaurant’s own bakery. It’s the perfect sweet ending to every indulgent dinner at Cape May Café!

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Ale & Compass Restaurant

Over at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is Ale & Compass Restaurant, an eatery open daily for breakfast and dinner where Guests can enjoy a dark and moody interior that features plenty of nautical theming and the feel of a lighthouse. The menu at Ale & Compass Restaurant features a combination of classic American breakfasts and favorite New England and coastal seafood offerings for dinner.

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Breakfast at Ale & Compass Restaurant features many options for Guests to choose from including breakfast-focused items such as Blueberry-Bacon Pancakes, Country Ham and Cheddar Omelet, Breakfast Protein Bowl, American Breakfast, Shrimp and White Cheddar Grits, Salted Caramel-Apple French Toast, and Crab Cake Benedict. Heartier options that lean more towards lunch options on the menu include Bacon and Vermont Cheddar Burger, Blackened Sustainable Fish Tacos, Smoked Salmon and Toasted Bagel Sandwich, and the Ale & Compass Salad.

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Ale & Compass

Dinner at Ale & Compass Restaurant kicks off with a variety of starters including Parker House Rolls and Spreads, Lobster and Corn Chowder, Roasted ‘Buffalo-style’ Cauliflower, and Roasted Garlic Shrimp. There are also several flatbreads and salads that Guests can begin their meals with such as the Short Rib “French Dip” Flatbread, Chipotle-Barbecue Chicken Flatbread, Ale & Compass Salad, and Seasonal Market Vegetable Flatbread.

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The main courses offered for dinner feature some incredible and fresh seafood options that Guests are sure to love such as Pappardelle Pasta with Shrimp, Sustainable Catch of the Day, and New England Seafood Pot Pie with shrimp, scallops, jumbo lump crab, sustainable catch of the day, and a variety of fresh seasonal vegetables. Guests who are looking to enjoy a non-seafood option can choose from the 10-oz New York Angus Strip, Cabernet-braised Short Ribs, Bacon and Vermont Cheddar Burger, ‘Brick’ Lemon-Herb Half Chicken, and Plant-based Protein Bowl.

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With so many amazing options, it might be hard to save room for dessert after dinner at Ale & Compass Restaurant, but Guests should definitely try their hardest with indulgent options like Warm Apple Cobbler, Enchanted Forest Cake, and Mango Torte Spiced Lemon Pound Cake. The most indulgent option is by far the Twelve-Layer Chocolate Cake which is a flourless chocolate cake delicately layered with rich ganache and a milk-coffee Chantilly.

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Ale & Compass Lounge

Guests who are looking for a light snack each afternoon and evening in a more laid back setting can head to the Ale & Compass Lounge at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort where comfortable seating, dark colors, and cozy lighting create the perfect space to relax after a morning and afternoon in the Disney Parks. In addition to an extensive list of specialty cocktails, wine, and beer, Guests can order from a sampling of appetizers available after four each afternoon.

Nearly all of the options on the menu at Ale & Compass Lounge are also served at Ale & Compass Restaurant including Lobster and Corn Chowder, Roasted Garlic Shrimp, Bacon and Vermont Cheddar Burger, Roasted “Buffalo-style” Cauliflower, Chipotle-Barbecued Chicken, and Seasonal Market Vegetable Flatbread. This offers Guests the great opportunity to enjoy some dishes from the table service restaurant without the reservation or time commitment to a full seated dinner!

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The Market at Ale & Compass

The main quick-service restaurant available at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is The Market at Ale & Compass which is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and features a large shopping area where Guests can enjoy grab-and-go options as well as an ordering counter where freshly prepared meals are made to order. This is the perfect spot to grab a snack or bite on the go any day!

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Some of the breakfast options that Guests can order at The Market at Ale & Compass include classic Mickey Waffles, Egg-White Breakfast Wrap, Ham and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich, Breakfast Bowl, and Turkey and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich as well as special seasonal offerings. The lunch and dinner menus then switch to an assortment of hot and cold sandwiches including choices such as Grilled Chicken Panini, Cuban Sandwich, Spicy Italian Sandwich, and Turkey and Brie Sandwich in addition to Salads like the Chicken Caesar Salad, Garden Salad, or Greek Salad.

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Beach Club Marketplace

Much like The Market at Ale & Compass, the Beach Club Marketplace is the quick-service location at Disney’s Beach Club Resort where Guests can peruse grab-and-go options or select made-to-order choices throughout each day. Guests can also check out some great Disney and generic merchandise just steps away while waiting for their meals, making it truly one-stop shopping.

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Some breakfast options that Guests can order fresh each morning at the Beach Club Marketplace include Mickey Waffles, Breakfast Sandwich, and the Bounty Platter in addition to grab-and-go items like fresh fruit and yogurt. Lunch and dinner at the Beach Club Marketplace include sandwich options like the Pulled Pork Sandwich, Roast Beef Sandwich, and Italian Sandwich in addition to baked pasta options including Bacon-topped Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Pulled Pork-topped Baked Macaroni & Cheese, and Chili-topped Baked Macaroni & Cheese.

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Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill

The main pool area at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts is Stormalong Bay, a nearly three-acre play area with a waterslide, sand-bottomed play areas, a lazy river, and more. Guests who enjoy time at Stormalong Bay can also order from Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill, a quick-service location that serves up specialty cocktails and drinks as well as convenient options for lunch and dinner.

Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill features a limited menu of food options that are available until nine each evening, and Guests can choose from items including Chili-Cheese Fries, Battered Onion Rings, Hanna’s Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger, Breaded Chicken Tenders, Seafood Roll, and Caesar Salad with Chicken. All of these are wonderful options to enjoy while soaking in the relaxing ambiance of Stormalong Bay!

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Crew’s Cup Lounge

Guests looking to unwind after a long day in the Disney Parks can head to the Crew’s Cup Lounge at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort to enjoy a selection of indulgent bites also served at Yachtsman Steakhouse as well as wines, beers, and specialty cocktails. The interior of the lounge features comfortable seating, warm lighting, exposed wooden beams, and nautical décor including oars mounted on beams and posts.

After five each evening, Guests who stop at Crew’s Cup Lounge can enjoy many items from the menu at Yachtsman Steakhouse including the Jumbo Shrimp, Lobster Bisque, Chilled Admiral’s Tower for Two, 14-oz Roasted Prime Rib, Chef’s Catch of the Day, Peruvian-Barbecued Chicken, Truffle Macaroni & Cheese, Yachtsman’s Chocolate Cake, and more. The Crew’s Cup Lounge is the perfect way to enjoy signature menu items without having to have a reservation or the time commitment of a full table service meal.

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Martha’s Vineyard

The final dining option at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts is Martha’s Vineyard, a lounge at Disney’s Beach Club Resort where Guests can enjoy bright beachy colors paired with dark wood accents and comfortable table seating that pairs perfectly with specialty cocktails and beverages. Each evening, Martha’s Vineyard also serves up a limited menu of appetizers which are the perfect small bites to enjoy with a drink to relax.

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Guests who settle in at Martha’s Vineyard can enjoy appetizer selections including New England Clam Chowder, Buffalo-glazed Wings, Mussels, Loaded Potato Barrels, and Artisan Cheese Plate with a selection of cheeses and seasonal accompaniments that pair well with any beverage off the menu. Martha’s Vineyard is the perfect location to relax after a long day in the Disney Parks, and Guests will be sure to enjoy each bite from the menu!

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Review (Is it worth it?)

Disney's Yacht Club Resort

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is one of the most beautiful and convenient hotels in all of Walt Disney World. With its classy design, enormous pool, and prime location, it’s easy to see why the Yacht Club at Disney World is such a highly sought after place to stay.

My family and I have visited numerous hotels on Disney property, but the Yacht Club always keeps us coming back for more. We love the close proximity to Disney’s Boardwalk, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios.

The multiple transportation options are a huge plus, especially for those who don’t like to solely rely on Disney buses. And of course we have to mention the Yacht Club’s pool, Stormalong Bay. This elaborate resort swimming area is arguably the best pool at the Walt Disney World Resort!

If you’re still not quite sold on the Yacht Club at Disney World or if you would like more information, continue reading below. In this post, we will cover everything you need to know about this deluxe Disney resort , including the activities, restaurants, and rooms available at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.

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Yacht Club Restaurants

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is full of all different types of restaurants. Since this hotel shares dining options with its sister resorts, you’ll find even more places to eat within a short walk of your room.

blue walls and club chairs with sign reading Ale and Compass Lounge

These are the Yacht Club restaurants you will find just a short stroll away:

  • Ale and Compass – sit-down restaurant in the Yacht Club that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner (also available to-go)
  • The Market at Ale and Compass – quick service restaurant at Yacht Club with to-go items and menu options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Yachtsman Steakhouse – fine dining restaurant at the Yacht Club that is open for dinner
  • Crew’s Cup Lounge – bar at the Yacht Club that features a small dinner menu and full bar
  • Cape May Cafe – offers a character meal breakfast buffet and sit-down dinner with no characters
  • Beach Club Marketplace – features to-go items and menu options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Beaches and Cream – available for lunch and dinner with reservations highly recommended
  • Martha’s Vineyard – offers appetizers and full bar
  • Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill – pool restaurant with full bar and lunch/dinner options

Furthermore, the Yacht Club is located just a short walk away from Disney’s Boardwalk , where you’ll find additional restaurants and bars.

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is home to the most popular pool on Disney property. It’s such a hit that you’ll find cast members handing out wristbands at the entrance so that only hotel guests can enter.

pirate ship water slide

The main pool, Stormalong Bay, features a large sand bottom swimming area that’s super shallow and great for toddlers and little kids. There’s also a lazy river that’s a fan favorite in my household.

Guests can also enjoy other large swimming areas at Stormalong Bay, including an activities section where you’ll find games like pool volleyball. Stormalong Bay offers a large waterslide as well as a smaller slide that empties into a shallow pool.

empty pool and clubhouse at Yacht Club

In addition to Stormalong Bay, the Yacht Club in Disney World features a “quiet” pool that is seldom busy. This is a great spot to relax or swim laps.

Rooms 

My family and I love the nautical decor and ambience of the Yacht Club guest rooms. Additionally, we appreciate that the rooms offer full balconies. In our post on Disney’s Beach Club vs Yacht Club , you’ll read about why these balconies are a major pro for Yacht Club compared to its sister resort.

toilet room, shower, and vanity and Disney's Yacht Club Resort

Disney’s Yacht Club features standard rooms and club level rooms. If you book a room with Club Level benefits, you get access to the Regatta Club. Here, you’ll find food and beverages offered at certain times throughout the day.

2 Queen beds and day bed at Yacht Club

Guest rooms at the Yacht Club come with views of the lake, pool, garden, or hotel rooftop/parking lot. These rooms typically feature 1 king bed or 2 queens. Some of them also offer a daybed. This means that if you book a room with 2 queens plus a daybed, you can sleep a family of five!

Prices at Yacht Club

Since Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is classified as a deluxe hotel at Disney World, you’ll notice that the prices are higher than at some of the other hotels. This is because the Yacht Club offers deluxe room space, extra amenities, and a prime location.

We will explain all the significance of all of these perks in more detail below, but it’s important to note that Disney’s Yacht Club truly offers a deluxe experience. The updated guest rooms feature plenty of space, including private balconies. Plus, the hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of other Disney hotels, restaurants, theme parks, and more. 

Disney's Yacht Club Resort

If you would really like to experience the location, amenities, and entertainment at the Yacht Club without the hefty price tag, we suggest booking a room at the sister hotel through David’s Vacation Club Rentals. You will be blown away by the cost savings on David’s DVC rental site! We usually save hundreds of dollars per night by using this method to book a room at a deluxe resort.

Just use the cost calculator to see exactly how much a room costs at Yacht Club’s sister resort, Disney’s Beach Club Villas. These villas are located just a short walk away from the Yacht Club hotel, and they both share restaurants, pools, and activities. While you can reserve one of the villas on the official Disney website, we prefer to book through David’s DVC rental website . We have used this reputable company for years to rent timeshare points at Disney villas.

Things to Do at Disney’s Yacht Club 

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort sits on the same property as two sister resorts: Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Villas. These three hotels share restaurants, activities, amenities, and entertainment options with each other.

sand bottom pool with Disney's Yacht Club in background

One of my family’s favorite things about the Yacht Club is that you don’t need to leave the property to have fun. So, if you’re looking for activities at Disney outside of the theme parks, the Yacht Club offers lots of great options. These are our favorite things to do at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort when enjoying a relaxing day at Disney:

See Epcot Fireworks

We recommend walking to the bridge that connects the Disney Boardwalk to the Yacht and Beach Club Resort to enjoy the nightly Epcot fireworks show. You can even grab some ice cream to enjoy during the presentation.

Take a Ride on the Skyliner

Since the Disney Skyliner sits just outside of Epcot’s International Gateway entrance, you can easily access it from the Yacht Club Resort. Just take the short (less than ten minutes) walk toward Epcot and hop on the Skyliner for free!

Book a fishing excursion on Crescent Lake for a truly unique experience while staying at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.

Eat Ice Cream

Disney’s Yacht Club is home to one of our favorite WDW restaurants, Beaches and Cream . While reservations can be difficult to snag at this popular dining spot, you can access the walk-up window to order shakes and ice cream to-go.

Dine with Characters

Check out Cape May Cafe during breakfast/brunch when it becomes Minnie’s Beach Bash. Guests can meet Goofy, Minnie, and Donald while they dine at the breakfast buffet.

Float along the Lazy River

The Beach Club’s main pool, Stormalong Bay, offers many fun features. One of our favorite things to do at the pool is to grab (free) tubes to float along the lazy river.

Play Games in the Arcade

Lafferty Place Arcade offers lots of fun games for kids and adults to enjoy. This is a particularly great place to spend time at Disney World when it’s raining.

Ride the Friendship Boats

The Disney water taxi picks up visitors near the Yacht Club. You can ride this free boat to the Disney Boardwalk, Swan and Dolphin Resorts, Epcot entrance, and Hollywood Studios entrance.

Build Sandcastles

Did you know that Stormalong Bay features a shallow, sand bottom pool and beach area? Kids love digging in the sand and splashing around in this section of the pool.

Make S’mores

Visit the nightly campfire to roast marshmallows during your visit. You can even purchase S’mores Kits for a few dollars.

Rent a Boat

Spend time on Crescent Lake on your own private pontoon boat. Guests can rent boats from the marina near the Yacht Club.

Disney’s Yacht Club offers a large fitness center for guests to use during their stay. Ship Shape Health Club is even open 24 hours a day, so you can squeeze in a workout at any time.

Stroll along the Disney Boardwalk

The Disney Boardwalk is full of amazing activities and entertainment options and is just a short walk away from the Yacht Club. 

Play Volleyball

As you walk along the boardwalk in front of the Beach Club, you’ll notice a sand volleyball court. This is a great spot to pick up a game with friends or family. You can also often join a game of volleyball at Stormalong Bay Pool.

Enjoy an Evening Movie

Each evening, Disney Yacht Club guests can watch a movie under the stars. These family friendly movies are a great way to unwind after a long day.

Play Mini Golf

Stroll over to Fantasia Gardens and Miniature Golf Course where you’ll find two 18-hole courses. This fun spot is located near the Dolphin and Swan Resorts.

Swim Some Laps

If you’re looking for a quieter poolside experience to swim laps or relax, check out the leisure pool at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. You’ll also have access to the quiet pools at Beach Club and Beach Club Villas.

If you’re not into running or jogging on vacation, you can spend time strolling along the jogging paths at the Yacht Club. You’ll find lots of great spots to take pictures and may even catch some surprises along the way.

Join a Kid Friendly Party at the Pool

Each afternoon, Stormalong Bay hosts fun poolside activities like hula hoop competitions and limbo. 

Play Tennis

Guests can find tennis courts near the Yacht Club’s quiet pool. 

Zoom Down Waterslides

Stormalong Bay features two separate water slides for guests to enjoy. The main waterslide stretches from the pirate ship and across the Beach Club boardwalk to the main pool.

You’ll also find a smaller slide that’s perfect for toddlers and small kids at the entrance to the main water slide.

Book a Fireworks Cruise

Take in the sights and sounds of the Epcot fireworks show from your pontoon boat on Crescent Lake.

Transportation

As mentioned above, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort sits in a prime location in the center of all the magic at WDW. If you’re planning to visit one of the theme parks, you’ll be happy to know that several of them are just a super short walk or ride away.

hotel lobby with seating areas

These are our preferred ways to get from Disney’s Yacht Club to other places in Walt Disney World:

  • To Magic Kingdom – You can access the Disney buses in front of the hotel. The ride to Magic Kingdom should take 15-20 minutes. 
  • To Epcot – Exit the back of Yacht Club (toward Crescent Lake) and turn left. Epcot sits just under a ten minute walk away!
  • To Hollywood Studios – You have several options for getting to Hollywood Studios. We find the quickest option *usually* is walking. Hollywood Studios sits just a 15 minute walk away from the Yacht Club. You can also ride a Friendship Boat to Hollywood Studios. However, by the time you wait on the boat to make stops, this method can take longer than walking. You could also walk toward Epcot to catch the Disney Skyliner. With this method, you should be able to reach Hollywood Studios in around 25 minutes.
  • To Animal Kingdom – You can hop on one of the Disney buses to get to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. This is roughly a ten-minute ride.
  • To Disney’s Boardwalk – You can make the five-minute walk around Crescent Lake to easily reach the Disney Boardwalk. Guests can also take the Friendship Boat from the Yacht Club lighthouse and ride across the lake to the Boardwalk.
  • To Disney Springs – You can take a bus to Disney Springs, which typically takes 15-20 minutes.

Is Disney’s Yacht Club Worth It?

Since Disney’s Yacht Club may be my personal favorite resort in all of WDW , I would definitely say it’s worth the cost! I love the classy guest rooms and bathrooms with their nautical decor.

The lobby seems to be quieter and calmer than that at other resorts, and the cast members are super friendly and helpful. My family and I enjoy the food at all the restaurants on site, and we appreciate the ability to easily walk from the Yacht Club to the Beach Club’s dining options.

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The close proximity to Epcot makes the Yacht Club an ideal place to stay since there’s no rush to get to the park in the morning or back “home” at the end of a long day. Plus, you enter and exit through the International Gateway entrance to Epcot (near World Showcase), so the lines to enter are basically nonexistent.

Additionally, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is just a short walk, boat ride, or Skyliner ride away. And if you feel like venturing out, you can take the scenic stroll around Crescent Lake to the Disney Boardwalk.

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Overall, we highly recommend the beautiful Yacht Club Resort! For additional information on Disney resorts, join the conversation on our Facebook page: Mom’s Guide to Disney Resorts ! Do you have a review of Disney’s Yacht Club Resort? Comment below to share your thoughts with us!

Shari is an experienced planner and organizer for Disney vacations, cruising, and U.S. travel. Her family vacation information, reviews, and tips provide insight for moms and dads everywhere. You can read more about her story, including her journey through breast cancer, in the about me page.

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Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club In Room Dining Menu

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Dine in the comfort and convenience of your room with Yacht and Beach Club In-Room Dining. This is an excellent option for a quiet night in the resort.

In Room Dining is available at Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. Find more Walt Disney World dining locations on our Walt Disney World menus page.

Restaurant Info: In Room Dining, $$-$$$

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18% gratuity, applicable sales tax and a $3.00 delivery charge will be added to all orders

Breakfast Menu Lunch and Dinner Menu Kids’All-Day Menu Late Night Menu Alcoholic Beverages

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Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club In Room Dining Breakfast Menu

Menu Date: 02/2018

Served 6:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Breakfast Cocktails

Mimosa – $10.00

Bloody Mary – $10.00

Add a Bottle of Sparkling Wine to enhance your morning – $57.00

American Breakfast – Two eggs any-style with Breakfast Potatoes, TOast, and choice of Bacon or Sausage – $17.00

Ham and Cheese Omelet – with Arugula and fresh Fruit, Choice of Cage-Free Eggs or Egg Whites – $18.00

Roasted Vegetable Omelet – with Arugula and fresh Fruit – $18.00

Smoked Salmon and Toasted Bagel – served with Traditional Accompaniments – $14.00

Continental Breakfast – House-made Breakfast Pastries, Seasonal Fruit, choice of Juice, and choice of Coffee or Tea – $14.00

Seasonal Fruit Arrangement – Vanilla Yogurt and house-made Granola Bars – $12.00

Mickey Waffle – Choice of Bacon or Sausage – $16.00

Hot Cereal Breakfast – Steel-cut Oatmeal or Cheese Grits served with Seasonal Fruit, choice of Bagel, English Muffin, or Toast, and choice of Juice – $12.00

Kellogg’s Cold Cereal Breakfast – Assorted Cereals: Raisin Bran, Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes or Rice Krispies served with Milk, Seasonal Fruit, Mini-Muffin Selection and choice of Juice – $12.00

Breakfast Accompaniments

Whole Fruit – $4.00

Seasonal Fruit – $6.50

Half Grapefruit – $5.00

Bacon or Sausage Links – $5.50

Bagel with Cream Cheese – $5.50

Oatmeal – $8.00

Yogurt Parfait – with fresh Berries – $6.00

Fresh Pastry Assortment – $8.00

Toast – White, Wheat or Rye – $3.50

English Muffin – $3.50

Kids’ Breakfast

Guest Ages 9 and Under

All meals served with choice of small Lowfat Milk or small Dasani Water

Mickey Check

Egg Breakfast – One Egg with Toast and choice of Bacon or Sausage Patties – $11.00

Mickey Waffles – served with syrup – $9.00

Steel-cut Oatmeal – Brown Sugar, Raisins, and Milk – $7.00

Kellogg’s Cold Cereal – Assorted Cereals: Raisin Bran, Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes or Rice Krispies served with Milk and choice of Strawberries or Bananas – $8.00

Egg Sandwich – $8.00

32-oz Pot Fresh-Brewed Coffee – Regular or Decaffeinated (Serves Two)

Press Pot Coffee – Serves Two

Milk – 2% Milk, Skim, or 1% Chocolate, 9-oz Glass

Juice – Orange, Grapefruit, Apple, Cranberry,Tomato, V-8, or Prune, 9-oz Glass

Soft Drinks – Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, Barq’s Root Beer, Fanta Orange, Club Soda, Tonic Water, Ginger Ale, Nestea Iced Tea, 12-oz cans

Brewed Iced Tea

Bottled Water:

Evian 750 ml – serves 2 – $7.99

Evian 350 ml – $5.99

San Pellegrino 1 L – serves 2

San Pellegrino 500 mL

Milk Shakes – Strawberry, Vanilla or Chocolate

Smoothies – Strawberry or Raspberry

Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club In Room Dining Lunch and Dinner Menu

Lunch Served 12:00 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Buffalo Chicken Wings – served with Celery and Blue Cheese – $11.00

Wedged Romaine Salad – with Garlic-Peppercorn Cream, Bacon Lardons, Confit Tomatoes, and Blue Cheese – $10.00

Lobster and Corn Chowder – $12.00

Chicken Noodle Soup – $11.00

Market Salad – Watercress, Romaine, Sorghum, Pumpkin Seeds, Rainbow Carrots, Butternut Squash, Watermelon, and Red Radish with a Lemon Balsamic Vinaigrette – $11.00

Shrimp Cocktail – Cocktail Sauce and Mixed Greens – $17.00

Vermont Cheddar Burger – Signature Beef Blend, Vermont Cheddar, Bacon, and Bacon on a House-made Roll served with your choice of Side – $19.00

Smoked Turkey Sandwich – with Cranberry Relish-Mayo and Sage Dressing served with your choice of side – $17.00

New York Strip – Roasted Mushrooms, Cabernet Reduction, and French Fries – $42.00

Protein Bowl – Vegan Italian Sausage, Quinoa, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli Rabe, and Roasted Tomato Sauce – $20.00

Traditional Cheese Pizza (serves two) – $32.00

Additional Toppings – Onions, Green Peppers, Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Pineapple, Ham, Sausage, or Pepperoni – $2.00 each

The Works (serves Two) – a little bit of everything! – $32.00

Seasonal Vegetable – $5.00

House-Made Potato Chips – $4.00

Seasonal Fruit – $4.50

Twelve-layer Chocolate Cake – $10.00

Assorted House-made Cookies – $6.00

Cheesecake – with Seasonal Accompaniments – $10.00

Ice Cream – Vanilla, Strawberry, or Chocolate by the Pint (serves two) – $11.00

Build Your Own Cake Pops – with assorted Toppings – $20.00

No Sugar Added and Gluten-friendly Angel Food Cake – with Seasonal Berry Compote – $15.00

Chocolate-dipped Strawberries – $25.00

Campfire S-mores Package – $15.00

Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club In Room Dining Kids All-Day Menu

For Our Guests Ages 9 & Under.

Mickey Check Meals

Kids’ choice meals.

All meals served with choice of small Lowfat Milk, small Dasani Water, small Minute Maid Apple Juice or small Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Milk and Choice of one (1) Appetizer, one (1) Entree, and one (1) Dessert

Chicken Noodle Soup

Garden Salad

Cheeseburger – $12.00

Cheese Ravioli – $11.00

Chocolate Brownie

Chocolate Chip Cookie

Honey-Marshmallow S’more

French Fries may be substituted upon request.

Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club In Room Dining Late Night Menu

Served from 11:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.

Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club In Room Dining Alcoholic Beverages

Served 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.

Bud Light – $7.00

Corona Extra – $7.00

Stella Artois – $8.00

Yuengling – $7.00

Blue Moon – $7.00

Kona Longboard Island Lager – $8.00

New Belgium Fat Tire – $8.00

Magic Hat #9 – $8.00

Samuel Adams Boston Lager – $8.00

Heineken – $7.00

Bear Republic Racer 5 IPA – $8.00

Cigar City Jai Alai IPA – $8.00

Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider – $7.00

Sweetwater 420 Extra Pale Ale – $8.00

Served 12:00 p.m. – 11:45 p.m.

Agave Nectar Margarita – Tres Generaciones Organic Plata Tequilia, Agave Nectar, and fresh Lime Juice – $11.00

Captain’s Mai Tai – Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, Amaretto, and Tropical Juices topped with a float of Myer’s Original Dark Rum – $10.00

Loaded Bloody Mary – with a Seafood Garnish – $15.00

Ultimate Long Island Iced Tea – Bacardi Superior Rum, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Hendrick’s, Cointreau, and Sweet-and-Sour with a splash of Coca-Cola – $11.00

Habanero Lime Margarita – Patron Silver Tequila, Habanero Lime and House-made Sweet-and-Sour – $11.00

Wine and spirits also available.

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The Ultimate Disney Yacht Club Review + Insider Tips

February 8, 2021 //  by  Kimberly Jones //   2 Comments

Disney’s Yacht Club opened back on November 5, 1990. Its sister location is the Beach Club located right next to it. The Yacht Club is a beautifully themed resort with nautical and beach themes. We are going to tell you everything you need to know about this wonderful resort in our Ultimate Disney Yacht Club Review + Insider Tips! 

There are so many great aspects to this resort such as its location, pools, transportation options, and amenities. If you are thinking about staying at the Yacht Club, read on to find out if this resort is a good fit for you!

woman sits on the sand area at Stormalong Bay

Where Is The Yacht Club At Disney Located?

One of the best reasons to stay at Disney’s Yacht Club is the fantastic location! This resort is within walking distance to Epcot and Hollywood Studios . There are also several different transportation options to all of the parks, Disney Springs , and the water parks .

The Yacht Club is directly next to the Beach Club, and they share the pool. Now you not only have access to all of the Yacht Club’s restaurants and amenities, but you also have access to the Beach Club’s! 

The Yacht and Beach Club are right across the water from Disney’s Boardwalk Resort . It is a short walk away to enjoy everything the Boardwalk has to offer! There are some fun restaurants, bars, and shops to explore there.

The Yacht Club is also very close to the Swan and Dolphin Hotels. There is a pathway to take you right over to these hotels for some extra fun as well! 

Not only are there other resorts within walking distance of the Yacht Club, but there are also resorts that are a quick Skyliner trip away! Taking the Skyliner from Epcot’s International Gateway, you can visit Disney’s Riviera Resort, Caribbean Beach Resort, Pop Century , and Art of Animation! 

Disney’s Yacht Club is in a very prime location with quick access to two of the parks and multiple resorts!

view of the back entrance to the Yacht Club Resort

Checking in to The Yacht Club At Disney

Checking into the Yacht Club is extremely easy, and it doesn’t even require you to visit the front desk! The day of your reservation, you can check in to the resort from the My Disney Experience app . The app will let you know when your room is ready and what your room number will be! If you have magic bands or even your phone , you can head straight to your room and unlock the door. 

Of course, you can always go the old school route and check-in at the front desk. All the cast members at Disney’s Yacht Club are extremely friendly and accommodating! A great tip to keep in mind is you can always see if there are any upgrades available for your room. We were able to get a free upgrade from a standard view to a water view! 

The lobby is also absolutely amazing here. It has a very adventurous and nautical theme to it. You can find everything you need right in this area, such as the restaurant, lounge, bell services, and the front desk. 

Right outside the backside of the lobby, there is a boardwalk that will lead you to the boat transportation to Epcot and Hollywood Studios.

view of the lobby at Yacht Club Resort

Transportation Options From The Yacht Club

We love all of the transportation options the Yacht Club has to offer, and we’re sure you will too! As mentioned before, there are walking paths to Epcot and Hollywood Studios. The Epcot walking path is very short and will get you to the International Gateway in about 5 – 10 minutes. The entrance at International Gateway is on the back side of Epcot by World Showcase . 

The walking path to Hollywood Studios is a little bit longer than the Epcot one. This one can take 20 minutes or more. However, there is boat transportation to Hollywood Studios if you don’t want to walk! You can find boat transportation right behind the lobby that will take you to Epcot or Hollywood Studios. 

If you don’t want to walk or take the boat to Hollywood Studios, you can always take the Skyliner! There is a Skyliner location right outside International Gateway that will take you first to Disney’s Riviera Resort, and then to the Skyliner central hub at Caribbean Beach Resort. From here you will get off the Skyliner and get in line for a different Skyliner track to take you to Hollywood Studios. 

So there are so many options to get to Epcot and Hollywood Studios, but what about the other parks? Disney has bus transportation from the Yacht Club to Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Disney Spring, and the water parks. 

If you plan on spending a lot of time at either Epcot or Hollywood Studios, the Yacht Club is one of the best resorts to stay at.

view of a big globe and the staircase inside the lobby of the Yacht Club Resort

Disney Yacht Club Room Review

There are several different room options at the Yacht Club. There is Standard View, Water View, Garden or Woods View, and 2 Bedroom Suites. All of the view rooms also have club level options. 

I was able to stay in a Water View room. The room was absolutely delightful! It had a nautical theme to match the rest of the resort, and it was quite spacious. The room had two queen beds and a pull out couch, so it was able to sleep up to 5 guests. We only had 4 guests in our room, but I could imagine the pull out bed might make the room feel a little more cramped.

The room had large closets with space to hang clothes, and a big sink and bathroom area with two sinks. The shower had a sliding glass door, which I prefer over a curtain. 

I really liked that this room had wood flooring compared to carpet. It added to the nautical theme very well. The room also had a balcony that looked over the back entrance of the lobby and the water. Overall, the room was very nice, and I thoroughly enjoyed its set up! 

Yacht Club rooms average in price anywhere between $400 to over $3000 per night depending on what room you stay in and what time of the year you visit. 

the room at the Yacht Club Resort

Dining Options At The Yacht Club

There are some really great and delicious dining options at the Yacht Club. This resort has two restaurants, two lounges, a quick service restaurant, a restaurant located in between the Yacht and Beach Club, and a pool bar. 

The two restaurants at the Yacht Club are Ale & Compass and Yachtsman Steakhouse. Yachtsman Steakhouse is currently temporarily unavailable, but Ale & Compass is open for breakfast and dinner. This restaurant follows the nautical theme with a relaxing atmosphere and some delicious coastal eats. 

The Ale & Compass Lounge is located adjacent to the restaurant. Here, you can order off the lounge menu and even the restaurant menu. This lounge can fill up quickly at night though, so make sure to grab a seat early if you want to eat or drink here.

The other lounge, Crew’s Cup Lounge,  is right next to Yachtsman Steakhouse and is also temporarily unavailable. We hope that the lounge and restaurant will open soon! 

The quick service location shares a spot with the Yacht Club’s gift shop. When you enter the Market at Ale & Compass, on the right is the gift shop and on the left is the quick service restaurant. They serve coffee, sandwiches, pastries, and more. This is a great place to stop for a quick bite to eat to or from the parks! 

Beaches and Cream Soda Shop is the hidden gem of the Yacht and Beach Club Resorts! This restaurant is located in between the two resorts and serves some wonderful food! They are open for lunch and dinner and they serve sandwiches and burgers. My favorite is their Grilled Cheese sandwich, its delicious! 

However, save room for the best part of this restaurant. The ice cream! They have shakes, floats, and sundaes! You can’t go wrong with whatever you choose. If you’re feeling really brave though, try the Kitchen Sink sundae. This sundae is meant for 4 or more people, and includes every topping and a whole can of whipped cream! I have attempted it twice, and I still haven’t been able to finish it. Maybe you can! 

Hurricane Hanna’s Grill is the pool bar located right next to Stormalong Bay. They have a few food items and some refreshing drinks. 

If you’ve tried everything at the Yacht Club and want something different, head over to the Beach Club! Here you can find even more restaurants and tasty eats!

Yachtsman Steakhouse at the Yacht Club Resort

Yacht Club Swimming Pools

The Yacht and Beach Club have hands down the best swimming pools on Disney World property. It’s considered more of a small water park than swimming pools because it’s so large! 

Stormalong Bay is 3 acres of refreshing fun! It includes a large sand bottomed pool and a lazy river. There are waterfalls, a volleyball net in the pool, and a water slide. 

This water slide is no joke. You climb a large shipwrecked ship all the way to the top and then slide down this long and exciting slide! Stormalong Bay even has a “beach” area with sand to play with! After all that fun, go relax in one of 3 whirlpool spas.

Right by the entrance to the water slide is a small kid play area with a mini water slide. This is a great introduction to the big slide for nervous kids! 

Don’t need all the excitement of Stormalong Bay? There are also 3 leisure pools at the Yacht and Beach Club for guests to enjoy.

If you plan on staying at the Yacht Club, you must plan a resort day into your schedule! Make some time for this awesome mini water park and relax away from the parks! You won’t regret it. 

view of the Stormalong Bay and one of its hot tubs

Amenities At The Yacht Club Resort

There are so many fun amenities and things to do at Disney’s Yacht Club. When it comes to activities, there are fishing excursions, a tennis court, a sand volleyball court, jogging trails, motorized boat rentals, an arcade, and a fitness center. Just ask the front desk if you’d like to book a fishing excursion or rent a boat to go out on the water! 

The Yacht Club even has a spa! Ship Shape Massage Salon is a full service spa that can do massages, facials, hairstyling, and nails. We all need a relaxing day every once and awhile! Why not enjoy the spa on your day off from the parks?

The resort also has campfire activities, movies under the stars, and a Pirate Adventure Cruise (which is unfortunately temporarily unavailable at the moment). The Yacht Club is within walking distance of the Fantasia Gardens & Fairways Miniature Golf. Go show off your mini golf skills at this adorably themed course!

This resort really has a lot of fun things for you and your family to enjoy! You will definitely want to take a day away from the parks to enjoy this amazing resort! 

boats for rent on the dock of the Yacht Club Resort

Overall Thoughts On Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

We at Disney Trippers absolutely love Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. The whole place is incredibly peaceful and beautiful. It has the perfect mix of being family friendly and adult friendly with lots of things to do. So whether you’re traveling with a bunch of adults or your kids, everyone will enjoy it! 

Most everything is in super close distance to this resort. The only time you will have to take the bus is to Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Disney Spring, or the water parks. The other parks and some resorts are really easy to get to, making this a top notch location for a resort.

If you have a day off from the parks, make sure to enjoy all of the amenities the Yacht Club has to offer. You could spend a whole day just having fun at the resort! You definitely don’t want to miss out on this place!

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Have you ever stayed at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort? If so, did you enjoy it as much as we do? What do you liked to do while staying there? We want to hear your opinions on this Disney resort! 

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We stayed at the Disney Yacht Club the last time we were at DW. We loved it. The staff was outstanding. It was an adult family vacation, and due to different work schedules, some family members had to fly in at different times. The staff accommodated each one and made them feel as if they already knew them. We loved the location as we could walk to different locations. We tried the Kitchen Sink sundae, but couldn’t finish it. We sure had fun trying. We actually took one day to enjoy the resort and were not disappointed. We spent time in the swimming pool, which was amazing with the sand bottom. Lunch was an delicious lobster roll and we finished off at the steakhouse. I would certainly recommend this resort to all who are considering a trip to Disney World.

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Thank you for sharing!!!! We LOVE this resort too!!!

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Yacht Club, a Denver bar, was decorated to look like a yacht ran aground in a swamp, according to owners Mary Allison Wright and McLain Hedges. It opened in 2021. (Shawn Campbell)

I was in a bad mood the first time I set foot inside Yacht Club. It had been a long day and I didn’t feel like fighting my way through a crowd for a basic cocktail. It didn’t help that the interior of the little building was decorated in a style I was snarkily calling “kitschy hipster-chic dive-bar modern.”

But it wasn’t that crowded on the day my wife and I sat at the bar and took a look at a menu with a long list of delicious-looking (and decidedly non-basic) cocktails.

One, in particular, stood out to me: Changes in Attitude, which was made with Scotch, Madeira wine, pineapple, coconut, lemon, buttermilk and a giant ice cube. I asked the bartender about the wine and he pointed out that there is wine in almost every cocktail at Yacht Club. He also patiently explained the other ingredients and how some of the drinks were batched in advance.

My wife and I ended up splitting three Changes in Attitude. It was that good.

The banana daiquiri is a signature drink at Yacht Club, 3701 Williams St., in Denver. (Photo credit: Gottlieb)

Over the next hour or so, I had my own change in attitude – not entirely surprising based on the Scotch – but also because Yacht Club began to grow on me. The decor now seemed more charming than overwrought; the bartender continued to be patient; the drinks were excellent and the music was good: an eclectic mix of yacht rock classics, ‘90s alt bangers and pop ballads.

The second time I visited Yacht Club was even better, and the third time, I felt right at home.

That feeling is just what Yacht Club owners Mary Allison Wright and McLain Hedges were hoping for when they opened in an old building at 3701 Williams St. , next to Brasserie Brixton, in 2021.

“We want to make people feel at ease,” Hedges said. “To make them comfortable.”

The pair had a long time to think about how to do that. They first opened Yacht Club in a central area inside The Source food hall in the River North Art District in 2015. When their lease ran out four years later, they began looking for another home and finally found one in March 2020. Luckily for them, it fell through. Otherwise, the pandemic would likely have put an end to it.

Instead, Hedges and Wright joined a “forced reckoning” in the restaurant and bar industry, spending their downtime asking themselves what they missed the most about bars and what they’d like to return to. The answers aligned perfectly with the space on Williams Street.

But there was another challenge. How to create a dive-style neighborhood bar that didn’t seem “too precious” or overly manipulated,” Wright explained. Part of the solution was putting the bar staff to work actually building the bar, something that kept them employed during the pandemic-y days before opening. Eventually, Wright and Hedges decided on the following design ethos: If a yacht took a detour through a swamp and ran ashore, and you could only build a bar using what you had on board and what was available in the swamp, what would it look like?

That now includes everything from prodigious plant life to year-round Christmas lights to nautical trinkets, funky decorations, a huge wine list and a healthy dose of Jimmy Buffett.

“At the end of the day, you can’t just create a dive bar. They manifest themselves over time. But they usually start as neighborhood bars and that is where we are,” Hedges said.

Mary Allison Wright and McLain Hedges (in chairs) eating hot dogs with staff of Yacht Club, a Denver bar that opened in 2021. (Photo credit: Shawn Campbell)

The desire to be “a melting pot” for the changing neighborhoods around them – Cole, Clayton, City Park, Whittier, Skyland, Five Points – is also how they came up with their menu, he explained. You can get cocktails for around $15 a pop or a shot and a beer for $7. You can get a bottle of French champagne for $250 or a Jack-and-Coke and a hot dog for $9.

“Normally, people choose one or the other” when they start a bar, Hedges said. “But we wanted to remain accessible to the industry, the neighborhood and anyone who comes in the door.”

Did I mention the hot dogs? A regular frank is $4 , a chilidog is $6 and one with cheeseball spread is $7. There’s also a caviar, crème fraiche and pickled shallot dog for $20 ( the ultimate “glizzy “).

“Meat tubes and alcohol are a tried-and-true pairing,” Wright said. Plus, since there is no kitchen, the bar staff can easily make them. “They are economical on space — and affordable.”

That combination has attracted a lot of attention as well. In 2023, Yacht Club landed on North America’s 50 Best Bars list, which is put together by bar industry pros. And earlier this year, the business was named as one of the 10 best U.S. cocktail bars by the Tales of the Cocktail Foundation’s Spirited Awards (an industry standard).

“We’re not on one of the coasts, so we push ourselves to go out and meet people … we travel and go to bar conventions. That means people are hearing about us and it gets our name out there. It’s a lot of hard work, but we want to bring people to this city,” Hedges said.

Hard work, so people like me can relax with a drink when we pull up a barstool.

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“ Decided to take a Sunday walk and stop by here for a Nutcracker Latte. ” in 5 reviews

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The Perfect SoCal Summer Hangout Spot If you're looking for the quintessential laid-back, sunny SoCal vibe, the Mission Bay Beach Club is an absolute must-visit. I recently attended one of their free outdoor yoga classes on the lawn during sunset, and it was such a blissful experience. The class itself was excellent, with an experienced instructor who created a relaxing yet invigorating flow. But what really made it special was the stunning setting - practicing yoga as the sun dipped below the horizon, with gentle breezes rolling off the bay. It was truly rejuvenating for the mind, body, and soul. After the class, I made my way over to the patio area and treated myself to a glass of crisp, refreshing rosé. The patio has such a cool, chilled-out ambiance, perfect for whiling away a summer evening. The views of the bay and surrounding area are gorgeous as well. Between the excellent yoga class, beautiful setting, tasty drinks, and wonderfully relaxing vibe, the Mission Bay Beach Club has instantly become my new go-to spot for the summer. The friendly, welcoming staff and affordable prices are just bonuses on top of an all-around outstanding experience. Whether you're a local or just visiting San Diego, do yourself a favor and spend an evening at this little slice of SoCal paradise. I can't recommend the Mission Bay Beach Club enough - it's a definite 5-star gem.

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My review is mostly based on 3 things: the price, the service, and the food quality. All 3 were subpar. The view is beautiful but there is also an issue with that. Mission Bay was created for the public and paid for by San Diego residents. Prior to this place the building was a church and the parking was open to the public. Now this place is here and the parking is for customers only. I think it's lame the City is making this public space comercial, for a price rather than freely open to the public.

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I absolutely love going here and I love asking friends to meet me here if I need a place to be outside and enjoy the sun. There's tons of parking and you can watch the water and the waves and people walking around. It's a beautiful actual coffee shop it has lots of umbrellas and nice wooden tables and chairs And the food is good and the coffee is good. I can't recommend this place enough and I meet friends here all the time Yes, you can get oatmeal here and you can get decaf and you also can get tea. One time we saw the Audubon Society having a meeting there, which was so cool to watch from the side. It made me want to join the club The servers here are actually always really friendly and very prompt and there is a bathroom on site. It's sometimes has a line, but it goes pretty quick.

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I like the concept. However, this is the smallest glass of wine for $14 bucks. Maybe they should measure the glasses so you actually get a decent pour. I also DON'T think they added the $2 OFF happy hour price to my bill. The place is a nice place right on the bay. The food is decent. I'd come back, but I would not pay for a tiny pour of wine again. They do have friendly staff.

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I recently visited this restaurant and was thoroughly disappointed. After waiting an hour and 40 minutes for my food, I found it wasn't worth the wait. The food itself was mediocre--neither bad nor great. What truly let me down was being denied a refill for my black coffee. This is the first place I've been to that doesn't offer free refills for black coffee. The only redeeming quality is the view. Unfortunately, I won't be coming back.

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My money was refused after waiting in a long line. They didn't even examine my $100. They said they couldn't, got a manager, she looked at me and said for sceurity reasons she couldn't take my $100. Train your people how to test the money for counterfeit and don't just look at your customer and tell them their money is a security risk. It felt offensive especially after already waiting in a long line and I had just worked out on the bay and was pretty hungry and thirsty.

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Have been wanting to stop by here for a while since I like going to the coves. Decided to take a Sunday walk and stop by here for a Nutcracker Latte. I did not realize they had a separarte wine shop. Definitely stopping back to do a wine flight. Staff is super nice, tons of seating and good music. Can't wait to try out their Adirondack chairs to enjoy a sunset.

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I got the breakfast bagel it was gone in 5 mins. 100/10 recommend!!!! This place so cute to eat at and the service there was amazing.

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What is the greatest looks of the Mission Bay Area that overlooks the water and the beauty all around? San Diego has so many great areas of the history of the bay and the Pacific Ocean docks that you can see the many ships that come and go each day from the city of San Diego. There is one place which has the many things to do and the many events that you can do as if you were at the beach enjoying the days if you were at the Boardwalk in New Jersy. I wanted to see the area over near the Clairmont Trolley Station to see what or if the main bridge was connected and the Pedestrian accesses that leads to the beach. I had taken the Blue Line that leads past the many beaches side Trolley Stations with the Blue Line Trolley I was able to get accesses. The main station that you can use is the Clairmont Drive Transit Center you can cross the street and go up the stairs and walk down the bridge to the beach club which has the largest section and the beautiful views of the bay and the vacant homes that have been torn down on the far side the slope of the freeway offramp it leads you up Clairmont Drive and down towards the Beach Club where you can find plenty of parking and the occasional beach party . When you arrive at the Beach Club you see the Hawaiian Tower formation that was the tower that many people saw when they were driving down the freeway to the city of San Diego from the areas of Los Angeles when you come to San Diego that has been the Monument so many people connect to San Diego. The day was the best to visit the Mission Bay Beach Club there was so much there the gift stores you could buy the flavored drinks and the eatery that is located to the welcome center you find the Historical Mission Beach Bell covered in the bluish green color. The property of the Mission Bay Beach club you can find the many pink beaches that have memorials to the many people that have made so many lives complete here in the city of San Diego. Mission Bay Beach Club is one place that you can have the best time of the week and to have great parties with the beach nearby with the plenty of parking and the restaurant and the store they have you can find many drinks that are organic and the many cocktails which are the best for the adults that love to have great reunions and the beach gatherings. There are so many places that you can find when you can take the walk about and take the San Diego Trolley or to take the San Diego Busses you see so many things along the way. With the Mission Bay Beach Club you can see so many things and to experience the feel of history many stops along the way from the Old Town Trolley Station Mission Bay Beach Club has been one of the many ports that had serviced the many Northern Parts of San Diego. As a Yelp Elite I have been to so many areas yet this one place the Mission Bay Beach Club has so much fun with the Sea World Park that is across the Bay and the coast drive that you can take the San Diego Blue Line trolley which has been the best way to save money and to park at the stations.

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This is my second visit to this place. The first one was over a year ago and I thought they would be better by now, but unfortunately no. Today, I paid $14 dollars for a breakfast sandwich with bacon and that's what I received. I asked the lady about it and she said this is the normal amount of bacon they put in a sandwich that has only 3 ingredients: bacon, egg and cheese (I paid 1.30 extra to add the avocado you see) Well, I live walking distance from this place and it could be a regular if they had a different attitude when I complained. I am only giving 2 stars because the view its nice, but it could be another restaurant in this place, once this one doesn't deliver good food or service. FYI I paid $49.33 for a caprese toast + this sandwich you see + latte + Arnold Palmer. I wouldn't mind paying this much if the service and food were AMAZING.

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'With a heavy heart': Iconic waterfront Fort Myers Beach bar and restaurant for sale

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Bonita Bill’s has been a beloved Fort Myers Beach stop for locals and visitors for 30-plus years with a laid-back vibe, waterfront views, good food, and cold beer.

And now it’s for sale .

The San Carlos Island gem’s social media pages announced the news Wednesday, June 12.

“It is with a heavy heart we share the decision made by the Semmer family to sell the Bonita Bill's properties and business,” the posts read. “This decision comes from all of Bill Semmer’s children in the resolution of his estate.”

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Bill Semmer bought the Bonita Fish Company and Fish House in 1991 (which was originally a fish house in 1926) and rebranded it as Bonita Bill’s Waterfront Cafe and Tiki Bar. The beloved community figure, who also owned Semmer Electric, died Jan. 20, 2023.

He is survived by his children Nikki Semmer, Katie Semmer-Reynolds and Billy Semmer.

“We thank everyone who continued to support us as we worked to rebuild after Ian, through the loss of our father Bill Semmer, the uphill battle of costly repairs and construction, rising operating, labor, and food costs, and a changing market,” the post continued.

With a “No shirt? No shoes? Can we get you a beer?” motto, Bonita Bill’s gained even more recognition when it reopened six months after Hurricane Ian with a Bertram yacht perched on a dock next to its open-air dining room.  Nearly two years later, it’s still there.

"We posted on social media a message of remembrance to (the one year anniversary of Ian) and we invited anyone to come sign the boat to leave their own mark on it as it’s left its mark on Bonita Bill's," Semmer-Reynolds said at the time. "People will sign their name or messages or hope or remembrance or even just something silly. It’s a way for both locals and visitors to leave their mark."

The future of that yacht and Bonita Bill’s are still up in the air.

“We will continue to remain open and operate as usual until the property is sold sometime in the future,” the post states. “Real estate Inquiries can be directed to SVN Commercial Partners at 239-851-5492.”

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We know we’ll take a right on Main Street just before the Matanzas Pass bridge and visit this iconic Fort Myers Beach bar and restaurant soon. See you there.

Bonita Bill’s, 702 Fishermans Wharf, Fort Myers Beach; 239-463-6119, bonitabills.com  and on Facebook  and Instagram

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Deadly Attack Revives Fears of the Return of Mass Terror in Russia

A deadly assault in the southern region of Dagestan has put a spotlight on the failing of Russian security services amid the war in Ukraine.

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A deadly attack on a police station and places of worship in southern Russia on Sunday raised the specter of a new wave of violence in the country’s restive Northern Caucasus region and underlined the mounting security challenges facing the Kremlin amid the demands of the war in Ukraine.

A seemingly coordinated assault by gunmen in the two largest cities of the Dagestan region, which left at least 20 people dead, was the deadliest attack in the region in 14 years. It evoked memories of the intense violence that had gripped Russia’s predominantly Muslim region in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

That violence was caused by a combination of Islamic fundamentalism and organized crime. Suppressing it became one of the central bragging points for President Vladimir V. Putin after he came to power in 1999.

That legacy is now at risk of being undermined by a new spate of extremist violence.

In March, four gunmen killed 145 people at a concert hall near Moscow in an attack claimed by the Islamic State. It was the deadliest terrorist attack in Russia in more than a decade, and was carried out despite the fact that the United States provided Russia a fairly detailed warning of the plot.

In Dagestan in October, a mob, apparently searching for Jewish passengers, stormed a plane arriving from Tel Aviv.

And earlier this month, several men detained on terrorist charges led a short-lived prison mutiny in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don. The mutineers took guards hostage and published videos — unverified — claiming affinity with the Islamic State, before being gunned down by security forces.

Russian authorities have designated Sunday’s attack in Dagestan as an act of terror, but it was not immediately clear who was responsible. The Kremlin spokesman on Monday declined to comment on the gunmen’s motives.

Despite the dearth of details, the Dagestan attacks have contributed to a sense of the Kremlin’s slipping ability to keep a lid on the ethnic and religious tensions that have long festered in the Northern Caucasus. Mr. Putin suppressed the violence two decades ago at the cost of empowering brutal strongmen, abusing human rights and showering it with outsized federal subsidies.

The challenge is further complicated now, with a draining war in Ukraine taxing the economy and the efficiency of Russia’s security apparatus.

“The region is packed with security agents, but they are unable to control the situation now, because the Russian authorities’ resources and attention are predominantly concentrated on the war in Ukraine,” said Tanya Lokshina, an associate director for Europe and Central Asia at Human Rights Watch, a research group, referring to Dagestan. She called Sunday’s attack “a giant failure of the intelligence agencies.”

The gunmen’s targets on Sunday included a police station as well as synagogues and Orthodox churches in the Dagestani cities of Makhachkala and Derbent. Fifteen of the victims were police officers; one was an Orthodox priest who was killed in his church. It is not known whether attackers were specifically targeting law enforcement officers.

Five attackers were eventually killed by security forces, regional authorities said.

Sunday’s plot had some characteristics of violence of the early 2000s, when gunmen simultaneously targeted police checkpoints in hit-and-run attacks, said Andrei Soldatov, a Russian security analyst and an expert on Northern Caucasus. But they also included some new elements, such as the reported involvement of local elites , he added, contributing to the intelligence agencies’ failure to defuse the plot.

Russian state media and propagandists said the attackers, mostly men in their 30s, included relatives of a local official and a member of a prominent martial arts club , a major sport in Dagestan. Some worked for large state companies, a lucrative position in the region.

Dagestan’s roughly 3.2 million residents are split among dozens of ethnic groups. The largest groups are predominantly Muslim, but the region is also home to a significant Christian minority, as well as a small Jewish community, one of the oldest in Russia.

In the earlier periods of violence in the Northern Caucasus, security forces came under attack on a nearly daily basis, and Islamist terrorists targeted public gatherings as far afield as Moscow and St. Petersburg, more than a thousand miles from the region.

“The trauma of the Chechen wars and terror attacks in large cities are always present in Russia; they are easily awakened,” Mr. Soldatov said.

That national trauma of Sunday’s attack prompted the Kremlin to make an usual step of reassuring Russians that it was an isolated tragedy.

“Russia today is very different,” the Kremlin’s spokesman, Dmitri S. Peskov, said in a press briefing on Monday. Its “society is much more consolidated.”

The Kremlin has been facing a range of security challenges as the war in Ukraine drags on for a third year. On Monday, Russia’s Foreign Ministry blamed the United States for a different deadly incident on Sunday: an explosion at a beach in Russian-occupied Crimea that the authorities said killed four people, including two children, and caused 82 people to be hospitalized.

Russia said the incident occurred after Ukraine fired an American-provided long-range missile at Crimea, where it was intercepted and exploded in midair. The ministry on Monday summoned the American ambassador in Moscow and claimed there was “no doubt about the involvement of the United States in this sinister crime.”

Mykhailo Podolyak, a senior adviser to Ukraine’s president, described Crimea as a legitimate target, with “hundreds” of military facilities that “the Russians are cynically trying to hide and cover up with their own civilians.”

A Pentagon spokesman, Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder, declined to answer questions about the attack, saying that they should be put instead to Ukraine. “They make their own decisions when it comes to operations and targeting,” he told reporters.

The Crimea explosion was an embarrassment for the Kremlin, underlining its inability to protect civilians, many of them Russian holidaymakers, in a contested region that Mr. Putin has touted as a fully integrated part of Russia.

The government’s willingness to quickly blame the United States for the Crimea explosion contrasted sharply with the reticent reaction to the Dagestan attack. The diverging responses illustrated its broader attempt to play up the external threats seemingly outside its control while minimizing the failures of the domestic intelligence services.

Without public guidance from the Kremlin, many pro-government commentators on Monday attempted to present the Dagestan attack as part of Russia’s broader lone standoff against the vague, dark forces of a hostile world. This narrative of national victimhood has become increasingly prevalent in Mr. Putin’s Russia since the invasion of Ukraine.

“We understand who is behind these acts of terror,” Sergei Melikov, the top official of Dagestan, said in an address to its residents, without specifying the perpetrators. He made a comparison between the victims of the assault and Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine, saying they were facing the same unnamed, enemy.

“We need to understand that war has come into our home,” Mr. Melikov added.

The history of terrorist violence in the Northern Caucasus region, however, makes it harder for authorities to blame Sunday’s attacks on a vague, unified external enemy, said Aleksandr Baunov, a political analyst at Carnegie Russia Eurasia Center, a Berlin-based research group.

“What we are seeing is the Russian regime’s latest episode of the loss of control in the most diverse places,” Mr. Baunov wrote on the Telegram messaging app on Monday. “Places that are often unexpected to the government itself.”

Oleg Matsnev and Anton Troianovski contributed reporting.

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Russian authorities said six people died and over 100 were wounded in Ukrainian drone and missile attacks on Sunday, while the second day of Russia’s aerial bombing of Kharkiv in northeastern Ukraine killed at least one person.

Among the dead were five people — including two children — who were hit by falling debris from Ukrainian missiles that were shot down over a coastal area in Sevastopol, a port city in Russia-annexed Crimea, said Mikhail Razvozhayev, the city’s Moscow-installed governor. Another person died in Grayvoron city in Russia’s Belgorod region, bordering Ukraine, regional Gov. Vyacheslav Gladkov said.

Russian state news agency RIA Novosti, citing the Health Ministry, said 124 people were wounded in Sevastopol. Falling rocket fragments caused a forest fire of over 1,600 square feet and set a residential building alight, RIA Novosti said, noting that a fifth missile had exploded over the city.

Russia’s Defense Ministry said both Ukraine and the U.S. bore “responsibility for a deliberate missile strike on civilians.” It said that U.S.-supplied ATACMS missiles were used in the Ukranian attack.

FILE - A drone is seen in the sky seconds before it fired on buildings in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Oct. 17, 2022. Russia launched a new barrage of missiles and drones in an overnight attack on June 22, 2024, officials in Kyiv said Saturday, damaging energy facilities in Ukraine's southeast and west and injuring at least two workers. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky, File)

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Razvozhayev declared Monday a day of mourning in Sevastopol, with public events canceled.

Air defenses overnight shot down 33 Ukrainian drones over Russia’s western Bryansk, Smolensk, Lipetsk and Tula regions, the Russian Ministry of Defense said Sunday. No casualties or damage were reported.

A fresh attack on Kharkiv killed at least one person and wounded 11 on Sunday, according to local officials. Mayor Ihor Terekhov said the city was attacked by a guided bomb and around half of Kharkiv was without electricity because of the strike.

Sunday’s attacks came after Russia struck Kharkiv on Saturday afternoon with four aerial bombs, hitting a five-story residential building and killing three people. Regional Gov. Oleh Sinegubov said that 41 people were still being treated for injuries on Sunday.

In a video address following the attack, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged Ukraine’s partners to bolster its air defenses.

“Modern air defense systems for Ukraine — such as Patriots, accelerated training of our pilots for F-16s, and most importantly, sufficient range for our weapons — are truly necessary,” he said.

In this photo provided by the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration, a view of the damage after Russia's attack on residential building in Dnipro, Ukraine, Friday, April 19, 2024. (Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration via AP Photo)

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Ukraine has launched a barrage of drones across Russia overnight in attacks that appeared to target the country’s energy infrastructure.

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Two people were wounded by falling debris when two Russian missiles were shot down over the Kyiv region overnight, Ukraine’s air force commander Mykola Oleschuk said.

Regional Gov. Vadym Filashkin of Ukraine’s partly occupied Donetsk region said that Russian attacks on Saturday killed two people and wounded four.

In other developments, the Ukrainian Navy released photos Sunday that it says confirm the destruction of a warehouse in Russia’s southern Krasnodar region used to launch and store Iranian-designed Shahed drones.

Navy officials said training instructors and cadets were killed in the attack on Friday night. Moscow has not yet commented on the reports, but officials said air defenses shot down a number of drones in the region overnight Friday.

Williams and Morton write for the Associated Press. Morton reported from London.

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    For assistance with your Walt Disney World vacation, including resort/package bookings and tickets, please call (407) 939-5277. For Walt Disney World dining, please book your reservation online. 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM Eastern Time. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call. Yachtsman Steakhouse features high ...

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