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Staniel Cay Yacht Club in the Bahamas will close most of their facilities for renovations in October, but the marina will remain open for dockage, fuel, ice and bait. Docks will be refurbished and resurfaced during the renovation, so boaters should expect construction noise if they tie up.  

The hotel and restaurant will be closed from Oct. 6 to Nov. 2. The bar will be open in limited capacity, with no food served.

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