Activities

No matter what your interests are, there is something for everyone at OBYC. The club will organize a variety of activities for your enjoyment. The Yacht Club Manager can also help you organize a gathering for any special interests that are not currently offered.

Commodore Room

This sophisticated, elegant room boasts hard wood floors and walls of glass providing a panoramic view of the marsh and preserved land. Inviting tables create an ideal atmosphere for all kinds of themed events.

Pool

The Yacht Club's sparkling swimming pool is bordered by open and covered decks, perfect for sunbathing or taking in a relaxing view of the marsh and marina.
Fixated in close proximities to the pool is a full service bar to enjoy at your leisure.

Fitness Center

We provide a state of the art fitness center with 24-hour member only access.

Club Dining

Members have access to our fine dining, in-house restaurant for lunch, dinner and drinks Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sundays for your enjoyment

 

Developer: Marc Footlik

When Marc Footlik of Oyster Bay Island Homes first set eyes on Oyster Bay Harbour, he immediately knew it was a special place. A place that he and his partners, over the next few years, would work very hard to develop, build and carefully preserve to bring out its full beauty, charm and history so that the people who purchase property here will feel proud to call it home.

This historic and authentic Southern plantation, with its moss draped oaks that frame the marsh literally looks like a setting from a romance novel.

Mr. Footlik directed the development of large-scale, master-planned residential communities like Bridlewood, The Preserve at Pecan Creek and Chadwick Farms, all located in the Dallas metropolitan area. In addition, the company developed and manages over 900 residential apartment units, retail shopping centers and mid-rise office buildings.

Harbour Master: Captain Chris Edenfield

Chris is a native Floridian from Amelia Island where he grew up near the ocean surfing and fishing with his father who is still a charter captain in the area.

After graduation from Florida State University in 1994. he began his maritime career as an engineer on shrimp boats and casino boats in Northeast Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.

In 1996, Chris began working on yachts and after gaining a USCG 500 Ton Master License, he soon began captaining mega yachts and supply ships up to 175' in length. He has extensively cruised the Mediterranean, Bahamas, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, New England and Canada.

Having heard of Oyster Bay Harbour for many years, Chris eagerly joined the crew of OBYC when given the opportunity. He enjoys chatting with members, guests and fellow mariners who share his passion for boating and the love of the sea.