Southport Yacht Club is excited to have not only the ONLY North facing Bar on the Gold Coast is also the ONLY Bar on the water where you can witness the Gold Coast’s spectacular sunsets.
All new and all for our Members and Guests.
The current deck has almost doubled in size and the roofline also extended. Growing our current seating, in the main Club area, from 300 to over 400pax for downstairs alone.
The new fully equipped bar located on the eastern side of the deck complements the area perfectly!
With the addition of a new Tapas-style menu available Friday, Saturday and Sundays are the perfect pairings to the new range of cocktails we have on tap from Lexington Hill. Margarita’s, Espresso martinis, Sangria or a Rose Cider…..
The new furniture completes its relaxed causal vibe – modular couches, high bars and chairs with nautical crisp white & Navy. A huge synthetic lawn area is the perfect place to unwind from a busy week, sinking onto one of our comfortable couches with friends and family.
The fresh white furniture also extends right through the Waterfront restaurant. Bringing with it a much brighter existence.
Every Sunday from 3pm-6pm Southport Yacht Club has LIVE Acoustic Music on the Quarter Deck. With drink specials, an amazing array of tapas items. It is no doubt THE place to be for a lazy Sunday arvo.
What’s in the name?
4Shore Bar on the Quarter Deck?
The name – we all know what a foreshore is (those that don’t – It is the part of a shore between high and low watermarks, or between the water and cultivated or developed land)…
The ‘4’ is super significant….
4 gentlemen used 4 vessels to take wounded servicemen on day trips around the Broadwater…. from here the idea of a Yacht Club came about.
And on April (the 4th Month) 26th 1946 Southport Yacht Club was formed.
SYC has 4 locations – Hollywell, Main Beach, Oxenford & Dux.
Quarter Deck is pretty much a given for all our Sailors out there – the part of a ship’s upper deck near the stern, traditionally reserved for officers, in this case, members and guests. And what the area will be commonly referred to.
For further information please contact Southport Yacht Club via 07 5591 3500