Description for Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina
A first-class 232-slip marina, the Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina, situated on 35-acres of scenic waterfront property at the East End of Long Island, New York where it is the perfect world-class escape destination for yachters and savvy travelers, has been recognized by Yachting magazine as one of the “Top Ten Marina Destinations in North America, Mexico & the Bahamas.” Part of IGY's global network of marine destinations, this yacht friendly marina can birth vessels up to 250 feet with up to a 12 foot draft, features signature IGY services and full resort services dockside. In addition to the 232-slip world-class Marina, there are 107 comfortably elegant guestrooms, fine dining and cocktails at the new Coast Kitchen, The Alley, B Bar and Turtle Lounge; the full-service SPA MYC and fitness center; a private beach, 1 indoor and 2 outdoor swimming pools; Har-tru lighted tennis courts; easy access to fishing and water sports; also 10,000 feet of indoor meeting and event space plus the expansive Great Lawn that can accommodate large-scale tented. The Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina is easily reached by car, private boat, Long Island Rail Road, Hampton Jitney, Ferry, and commercial plane by both NYC and Islip Airports, or by private plane into East Hampton Airport and Montauk Airport. In addition, Montauk Yacht Club provides complimentary shuttle service to/from town as well as to/from the beautiful local beaches around Montauk.
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Wonderful family atmosphere. The fitness center, indoor pool, & spa are good bad-weather sanctuaries. The main outdoor pool overlooks the marina and a small, usually undiscovered, beach is at the southern end of the property. The restaurants, Il Mare (new world Italian), Breezes Cafe (more casual with frequent entertainment), and a poolside snack bar offer a range of alternatives to the galley. The Cohi Bar and the Lighthouse Bar host their share of yachties. Three restored 1920s facilities anchor the compound: Carl Fisher's Montauk Yacht Club, Montauk Island Club and the Zeigfield Estate. Fisher, who established Miami Beach, tried to replicate that sucess in Montauk. He lost everything in the '29 crash. Montauk Downs Golf Course was part of that effort.