Official Laguna Madre Yacht Club Website
The clubhouse is located on South Point Drive, across from South Point Marina. Directions - As you enter Port Isabel go straight to the fourth light, past the large HEB grocery and a large Walmart. (Was 3rd light but the city added another one.) At the fourth light turn right. Proceed until the main road bears to the right, then turn left on the smaller road. Follow along, with the shrimp boat basin on the left. At the first opportunity turn right and then left at the big boat barn. Proceed straight ahead until you see the clubhouse, on the left.
There is almost always an informal meeting on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM. Guests are welcome.
Commodore in 2007 is Wes Thom.
Port Isabel is the southernmost point of organized American yachting activity in Texas. It is on the mainland, across from South Padre Island, just inside Brazos Santiago Pass, where the Laguna Madre traffic has access to the open Gulf of Mexico. Brazos Santiago Pass also serves as the access to the Gulf for the Port of Brownsville.
Newspaper Article on LMYC published June 11, 2005.
Previous Years activities