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Welcome to the website of the Cruising Club of America's Florida Station! The Florida Station has 110 members and the station Rear Commodore is Barbara Watson.
CCA members from other stations and posts visiting or cruising in Florida are invited to join in the Florida Station's activities.
The Florida Station has a luncheon in the Stuart area each month from December through April. There is also a luncheon each month except June, July and August in the St. Petersburg area. Information on these luncheons is available on this page.
Emails are sent to all Florida winter visitors, with information on upcoming events. Please give your email to the Station Secretary to be included.
The West Coast Spring Cruise was organised by Don Krippendorf. He welcomed members and guests with cocktails on board First LIght at St Petersburg Yacht Club, followed by dinner. RC Tanner and Ross Rose along with Charlie and Kay Chapin were on board First Light. Sunday evening dinner was enjpoyed at the Field Club. Monday everyone arrived at Useppa Island as guests of the Chapins. A Croquet tournament had all dressed correctly in whites and Bocce too was played. Cabbage Key...read more
The Annual Meeting and Rendezvous took place at the Naples Yacht Club, January 16 and 17, 2015. The meeting was followed by Dinner during which the outgoing RC Donald Krippendorf and incoming RC Tanner Rose exchanged burgees and pins. Past RC Paul Ives then regaled all with his Piloting tales and adventures.
The following day dawned warmer and the Rum Keg party was held on board Don Krippendorf's First Light.... read more
Sailed on December 7, 2012 from Fort Lauderdale to Palm Beach, this fun day race is co-sponsored by the CCA FL Station and the Sailfish Club of Palm Beach. It was the 56th time this annual race has been held and ended with an awards dinner at the Sailfish Club of Florida in Palm Beach. ...read more
The Azores Cruise started and ended with Dinners in Horta. Mid cruise Dinner in Terceira. San Jorge and Pico also visited. A unique destination and largely unspoiled, well organized by Sandy and Mark and enjoyed by all. Temperatures were delightful and the low humidity was relished by the Floridians!
Now all scattering to the four winds!
Photos of Threshold and Pipe Dream attached, untitled, a group on Pico and Horta. Also the Lalannes and crew in Cochem.
On the Water