Roosevelt Regatta Club

Private Member

Travel & Socials

Please consider joining the Roosevelt Regatta Club for private member travel and socials.

In January of 2012, the first Roosevelt Rowing Regatta was held on the Hillsborough River in front of the old Tampa Bay Hotel's Plant Park. It was a fashionable outdoor event where folks in fine attire celebrated the of achievements of athletes competing in a sport that has endured the test of time.

This new club and its schedule of activities embraces the same qualities achieved during those past regattas. Membership will be limited in size and because there will not be enough reserved accommodations for all our members for our events, those who reserve first on-line will be included.

The club will make transportation suggestions as well as lodging and some dining reservations, however, members are welcome to make their own plans to travel to our events, where to stay and where to dine, if they like.  There will certainly be time for members to explore on their own.

Feel free to call, text or email with any questions and please remember...

Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think!

 

Ken Walters
Roosevelt Regatta Club
Executive Director

How the Club Works

After the initial offering of membership, any member may introduce new members for consideration. The information about the new member candidate will be posted for members to review. New members with no objections from membership will be admitted to the club.

Sunset Sailboats

Events

Sparkling Wine

New Year's Eve

Winter Park, Florida

December 31

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Island Boating

Boca Grande & Useppa Island

May 6-7, 2023

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San Juan

San Juan, Puerto Rico

January 27-30, 2023

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Head of the Charles

Boston, Massachusetts 

October 20-22, 2023

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Palm Beach Polo

Palm Beach, Florida

April 1-3, 2023

Celebrate Sinatra

Tampa, Florida

November 11, 2023

 
Nautical Rope

Other Events

Of the six events planned for this year, five may become annual outings. The destination for New Year's Eve and January trip will change each year. Other events that may be included are concours d'elegance classic automobile shows in Amelia Island, Pebble Beach and Lake Como, steeplechases from Georgia to New York, horse races, polo in the Hamptons, a 4th of July down east celebration in New England and private cocktails parties in Tampa Bay.

Future years could include the Swan House Ball in Atlanta, White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, U.S. Open Tennis Championships in New York, U.S. Open Golf Championships in Pebble Beach, The Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, New Orleans Mardi Gras, boat shows in Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami and Newport and Art Basel in Miami.

Internationally, members could visit Art Basel in Hong Kong and Switzerland, Braemar Gathering Scottish games, Oktoberfest in Munich, Wimbledon in London, Palio di Siena in Italy, Running of the Bulls at San Firmin in Pamplona, Spain, Tour de France, Henley Royal Regatta in the United Kingdom, Bucket Regatta in St. Barths and the Habana Yacht Race to Havana. Suggestions for all events and destinations are welcome.