Fairhope Yacht Club is a private club for members and guests. The Club boasts a family oriented environment with a casual atmosphere where members can come and relax while enjoying beautiful sunsets from one of the many vantage points on the premises.

Fairhope Yacht Club is pleased to have Chef Robert Jur at the Club. Chef Rob, originally from Indiana, relocated to Fairhope to be near family and for the love of the area. His menu and nightly features are a pleasure to the palate. Children enjoy their own child size menu and are always a welcome part of the Club. Dining room attire is usually casual for those who wish to come in after a day on the water.

Chef Rob, along with House Manager Pauline Stewart, can also make your next party, whether a wedding reception, rehearsal dinner, special birthday or any other occasion, a very memorable event. Our staff is among the friendliest on the Gulf Coast and makes you feel at home each time you walk through the door.


It seems like not everyone has one of the really great FYC Cookbooks. Some people state they can not figure out how to get one, so, again... Let it say this: "Anyone who wants a new FYC Auxiliary Jubilee cookbook, they will be available in the Bar or through Pauline in the restaurant! The cost is $15.00, very much worth it. It is a compilation of member's favorite recipes! Please buy and support your Auxiliary! Thank you!"

Thanks, Gwen Ledger
P.S. They make a great gift!

5 August (Wednesday): Do not forget the General Membership Meeting! It is very important to support your club and see what are the latest happenings and events at FYC. Also do not forget the pasta buffet before the meeting.

8-Aug (Satuday): Greek Night has been changed to “50’s night. It will occur on 8/8/15 form 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. Dress is 50’s attire, poodle skirts and Bobbie socks for women, and for men, your favorite “Fonzie” look! Ha ha! Cost is $25.00 per couple or $15.00 per person. Nibbles will be provided. Rich Courtney will provide 50’s music on the piano! Please make reservations.

Things start to slow down somewhat during the summer. Check the latest Mainsheet (July) which is posted on line under What's Happening to see what is currently scheduled for July and August.

Here are a few shots of the really great Caribbean BBQ night from 20 June:

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