Blue Fin Fishing Club Refurbishment

Blue Fin Fishing Club was founded in 1956 by a group of local fishermen. Since that time, the club has undergone several upgrades and expansions, finally undergoing a recent refurbishment under the supervision of Inaspace Architecture and Design. The renovations have made Blue Fin into an even more successful fishing community institution.



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Club Refurbishment

Bluefin is a welcoming and comfortable place to spend time with friends and family. The club’s strength lies in its ties to the community, as they are actively involved in sponsoring local projects and running a community support program. Every dollar generated by Blue Fin goes back into fishing or enhancing their services for members.

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