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Palm Harbor Marina Captain Crew Party

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Date(s) - Feb 20, 2015
07:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Camelot Yacht Club


Please join the staff of Palm Harbor Marina at Camelot Yacht Club on February 20, 2015 from 7 to 10 PM for our Captain – Crew Party. Enjoy complimentary food & drink while dancing the night away with D.J.-J.R. Prizes will be given away by Zeidel’s Yacht Ware, Colorist Hair Studio & a chance to win a Captain’s Membership compliments of Camelot Yacht Club. We hope you are all in attendance!

“Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot”!

Camelot is a bar and lounge dedicated to the “Camelot lifestyle,” an homage to the Kennedys’ love of the ocean, sailing, and Palm Beach. Camelot is a luxurious private members only club that is curtailed for ladies and gentlemen alike.
Details ranging from teak wood finishing’s, LED lit floors, to the only 9 screen wide video wall in South Florida. In the center of the second bar lies a 350 gallon living coral salt water aquarium while images of the Kennedys’ Camelot afloat the walls. Even the DJ booth makes you easily want to sail away, since its placement is next a stern of a recreated vintage sport fishing yacht.
The cocktails and craft beers mirror an essence of a time nearly forgotten with an exceptional modern twist. The raw bar will quell appetites longing for varieties of caviar and true Maine lobster rolls.
As a VIP card holder at Palm Harbor Marina, Camelot would like to invite you to join them for their members only extended happy hour which runs from 5-10pm daily in addition to $1 oysters. For a limited time, Camelot Yacht Club is also offering a 50% discount on a membership to the club for cardholders of the marina.
Camelot Yacht Club is open Tuesday through Thursday from 5pm-3am, Friday and Saturday until 4am and Sunday until 3am. They are located at 114 S. Narcissus, within walking distance of the marina and can be contacted at, For membership information, please click here.

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