Business name : Point Yacht Club

On May 6, 1986, the Point Yacht Club was formed by boating enthusiasts whose goals were to socialize and enjoy activities on the water. Having fun was one of the top priorities of the club members, along with increasing the membership and becoming a member of the Gulf Yachting Association (GYA).
In 1987 plans were made for the very first Lost Bay Regatta, Point Yacht Club hosted the first annual Lighted Christmas Boat Parade, and efforts to search for a “place to call home” began in earnest.
In 1991, the Point Yacht Club found its home in a rental house near Bear Point Marina. The club remained at this location until 1997, when at this time they entered into a lease agreement with Pirate’s Cove.
The raft-ups continued as did the races and the parties after the races. What started as a small group of dedicated boaters has grown into a large group of fun-loving, environmentally conscious members who believe they have found a permanent address on the north side of Arnica Bay at 6606 County Road 95, Josephine, Alabama. The property was purchased in 2014 and lies adjacent to Pirate’s Cove; it was once owned by the Muellers. The old bath-house was saved and converted to a club house with an immense deck attached to the front. With 100 feet of waterfront, the view from the deck is breathtaking!