I wandered over to the Rough Hollow Yacht Club just to see how the other half lives. I must say the place is beautiful. Here are some photos.
While walking toward the view, the restaurant is on your left. Pretty nice outdoor/indoor space.
Just past the restaurant, there is this view of the yacht basin.
Another shot from “on top” of the marina. All the slips are covered.
As you look out to the yacht basin, to your right across from the restaurant is the pool and athletic club. The athletic club is behind the palms.
This is the incline track that has two cars to take you down to the docks.
Straight ahead is the yacht club office and general store.
Here is a shot looking back up the stairs to the top of the incline. I wouldn’t want to walk those.
A photo of the fish around the pilings.
A whole rack of jet skis and a view of the covered slips.
A photo of the furthermost docks.
A fueling station with a warning. Gas fumes collect below decks during the fueling process, and a spark from the ignition system could set them off. There are pumps on boats that ventilate the below-deck area. This sign is a reminder to run the pumps.
Another view of the incline.
A list of activities available at the club. I hope you enjoyed the visit.