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VISITING KEY BISCAYNE YACHT CLUB:

  • AS THE GUEST OF A MEMBER
  • AS A RECIPROCAL MEMBER
  • FOR A PRIVATE FUNCTION
  • BY BOAT
VISITING AS THE GUEST OF A MEMBER

To visit as a guest, you must be accompanied by a member in good standing. All charges incurred must be charged to the host Member’s account unless special arrangements are made in advance. Members will be held responsible for the actions of their guests.

Member Services is open Tuesday-Saturday
Telephone (305) 361-9171
Email memberservices@kbyc.org

Florida Council of Yacht Clubs

Club privileges are extended to Members of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs. Noting the following protocol will ensure that your stay with us is a seamless and memorable one:

Upon arrival at Key Biscayne Yacht Club, you must check in with our security guard, and then register at our Member Service Desk where you will be issued a guest card. At this time you will be asked to present your membership card from your primary, participating yacht club. All charges incurred during your visit must be settled at the time of service.

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Reciprocity

The Key Biscayne Yacht Club also has reciprocal agreements with select private yacht clubs. Noting the following protocol will ensure that your stay with us is a seamless and memorable one:

Arrangements must be made in advance by first having your primary or home yacht club send us a letter of introduction via email to memberservices@kbyc.org. The letter should confirm that you are a Member in good standing. Upon arrival at Key Biscayne Yacht Club, you must check in with our security guard, and then register at our Member Services Desk, where you will be issued a guest card. All charges incurred during your visit must be settled at the time of service. Reciprocal privileges are limited to a maximum of fourteen days per calendar year. 

Any guest invited to the Club to attend a private function is welcome to enjoy the room(s) or area where the private function is being held. Guests may shop at our Ship’s Store or dine separate and apart from the function to which they have been invited only if prior arrangements are made by the sponsoring Member to set up a guest card in advance expressly for this purpose.

Additionally, we ask that guests of private functions adhere to our dress code and electronics policy.

Hours of Operation

Chartroom and Burgee Bar

Dining
Tuesday – Saturday 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Bar Service
Friday & Saturday 11:30 AM – Midnight
 Tuesday – Thursday, Sunday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
 

The Biscayne and Commodore's Lounge

Dining
Thursday – Saturday 06:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Bar Service
Thursday - Saturday 06:00 PM – Midnight
 

Gazebo

Friday 05:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday 12:00 PM – 08:00 PM

Key Biscayne is a ride-sharing community. There are three apps that we recommend you download before your arrival. All are easy to use and quite reliable.

        

  • Parking is available at the Cross Bridge Church, 160 Harbor Drive on weekends.
  • Golf Carts must be parked in the garage beneath the building.

DRESS CODE & CLUBHOUSE POLICIES

Dress Code Chart Room & Burgee Bar
Shoes and shirts required. Bathing suits prohibited  

Dress Code in the Biscayne Dining Room & Commodore's Lounge
Island Chic. Bathings suits and exercise clothing prohibited

Additional Information Regarding Dress Code
Members are responsible for informing their guests about the Club's dress code and for encouraging their compliance.

Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices
Cell phone conversations are not permitted in dining areas or bars.
As a courtesy to fellow members, cell phones must be silent while on Club property. Text messaging and emailing are allowed in all areas of the Club, but should be conducted in a way that does not impact the club experience of others.

Smoking Policy
The Clubhouse is a smoke-free environment. This includes vaping. Smoking is permitted at the picnic tables located in the grassy area.

Pet Policy
We love our pets too! However, only pets owned by Members are allowed on Club premises. This rule does not apply to service animals or other animals required by the applicable law to be allowed on Club premises, all of which must comply with the rules and regulations set forth under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Adhering to the following rules will ensure a seamless Club experience for all, including your pet.

Pets are not permitted inside the Clubhouse, Gazebo, or any other enclosed space or food service area. Pets are also not permitted in the pool or on the pool deck.

Pet owners must always keep their pets on a handheld leash no more than 6’ long. They must also clean up and dispose of pet waste without delay.

If your pet becomes disruptive, please excuse yourself to calm your pet. Owners will be held liable for any damage or injury caused by their pets.

Pet Resources
Village of Key Biscayne Dog Park, 
400 Crandon Blvd.

Island Veterinary Hospital, 180 Crandon Blvd.