Our progress is due to the work and dedication of our members.
We are a fine team of area residents who work hard to keep our yacht club very special.
We’ve stabilized the building, added new siding, installed new plumbing, electrical and lighting. The fireplace was restored in 2015, and we’re getting bids on a new roof. The restored coquina fireplace was built on a foundation laid in the riverbed. The picture also shows the new walls and refinished flooring.
The Ormond Yacht Club has hosted Boy Scout and girls club meetings, fish fries, Woman’s Club meetings, Ormond Beach Historical Society functions, and much more over the years. Our Annual Meeting and Dinner each January is open to members and the public, and the building is on display before the dinner begins. When not working, members use the club for relaxation, visiting with other members and visitors, watching sports on TV, fishing or just chilling.
Currently, we give tours to children (and potential future members?) several times a year. We also give tours to community professional and business groups on request. We have a fall open house each year for members and their guests.
We decorate the building for Christmas and Independence Day.
In 2010, our one hundredth anniversary, we entered a replica float of the yacht club building in the Ormond Beach Christmas Parade!
James “JD” Davis
Dale Alfredson, Bill Partington II, Jody Serio, Dale Cavaretta, Justin Robinson, Richard Brookfield
Thank you for your interest in the Ormond Yacht Club.
The Ormond Yacht Club is a 501(c)3 organization; contributions to this worthwhile historic property are tax deductible. If you are interested in making a donation or would like more information, our mailing address is:
Ormond Yacht Club P.O. Box 1104 Ormond Beach, FL 32176