Eau Gallie Yacht Club
|Clubhouse||100 Datura Drive
Indian Harbour Beach, Florida
|Website||Eau Gallie Yacht Club|
The Eau Gallie Yacht Club is a U.S. boating organization, located in Indian Harbour Beach, Florida with access to the Indian River. The original clubhouse is also a historic building. The club has 1,200 members.
In 1907, a local group formed and launched the Eau Gallie Yacht Club with George F. Patterson as the first Commodore. Others in the group included General John B. Castleman, Alexander Hodgson, the Gleasons and the Rossetters. In 1910, the Eau Gallie Yacht Club built a clubhouse along the Eau Gallie River.
In 1960, the Eau Gallie Yacht Club moved to its current location in Indian Harbour Beach. The Brevard Historical Commission considered the original clubhouse historical due to the influence of the organization on boating in the region and the architectural significance of the building.
- Stone, Elaine Murray. Brevard County (Northbridge, CA: Windsor Publications, Inc., 1988), 39.
- Official web site accessed February 27, 2008
- William Henry Gleason, son of William Henry Gleason and father of William Lansing Gleason
- Eau Gallie Yacht Club. "Club History", Eau Gallie Yacht Club website, 2008. Accessed February 22, 2008.
- Florida History accessed February 27, 2008
- Historical marker located at the original clubhouse
- US Sailing.org accessed February 27, 2008
- US Sailing.org accessed February 27m 2008
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