Membership Dues

Again we remind club members to pay their 2019 dues. Dues are $45 per person and can be sent to the club mailbox at PO Box 510877, Key Colony Beach, FL 33051. Dues must be paid by the January club meeting (01/04/2019) or we will assume you are not returning.

2018 KCB Christmas Boat Parade

Calling all Captains with Mistletoe on your mind – Registration is open for the KCB Christmas Boat Parade on December 9!

The Key Colony Beach Tucker DeGraw Memorial Christmas Boat Parade will be held on Sunday night, December 9th starting around 6pm. Awards will be given for Best Boat in Parade, and for over and under 30 ft. classes: Best Boat, Most Spirited, and Best Theme. All participating boat captains and crews are invited to the Award’s ceremony immediately following the parade at Key Colony Beach Inn.

REGISTRATION is FREE and OPEN to ALL BOATERS in the area. TO REGISTER call or text Ted Fischer @ 302-841-9812 or email him @

New Year’s Eve Party

Tickets for our annual New Year’s Party will be on sale at the December 7th meeting at $20.00 per person and guests are welcome. The event is 7:00 to 11:00. It’s BYOB and bring your set ups, munchies, champagne, ice buckets, etc. The Club will supply ice, decorations and dancing music by the outstanding RICK AND DAYNA BAND. Come help set up and reserve a table at 1:00 pm. We will be dropping the ball at 10:00 pm (Greenland Time, aka KCB MIDNIGHT). Clean up at 11:15.

Presidents’ Day Clambake, Feb. 18, 2019

The Clambake is around the corner and the Captain’s Meeting will be Thursday, January 17 at 4:00 pm at City Hall. Fish for Clambake is starting and again we will be having a drawing for a $100 gift certificate to Captain Hooks. One raffle ticket for every 10 pounds of fillets donated. Please no mackerel, only hogfish, snapper, grouper, dolphin, wahoo, yellow tail or pompano.

Members of the Year

Congratulations to Ron and Kitty Sutton, voted Members of the Year to commemorate all their efforts after Irma in helping to get KCB back on its feet. They were here for the city during and after the hurricane.

Presidents’ Day Clambake, Feb. 20, 2017

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