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Daily Pampering: May in Montauk
Montauk Uncorked – Chef Robbin Haas will host the first Montauk Uncorked wine tasting event. Enjoy sips from Lieb Cellars, Wolfer, Raphael, Martha Clara, Robert Oatley, Southern and Empire wineries paired with bites from local eateries including The Gulf Coast Kitchen by Robbin Haas, East by Northeast and The Harvest. The event is $30 per person and takes place from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on May 2, 2010.
Size Doesn't Matter – The marina is offering a special rate through May 31: dockage rates are $2.50 per foot, per day. Offer is based upon availability, transient rates and cannot be combined with any other special offers, including long term berthing agreements. Rate includes berthing only.
Tennis, anyone? -- Starting May 1, 2010, the Gotham Tennis Academy, New York City's premier operator of tennis programs, will offer tennis training for players or all ages and levels at its Hamptons location. Montauk guests can take advantage of the opening GTA package that offers two hours per day of tennis customized each players skill level, including a one hour private lesson and a one hour group clinic (either cardio tennis or adult group) and unlimited, complimentary court time (based on availability). This package is $150 per person, per day.
Memorial Day Weekend – Celebrate the start to summer with back yard BBQs, poolside shindigs, beach front soirees, and live performances in the Barracuda bar. There's too much to tell, make reservations now or miss out on all the fun.
The Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina features 107 guest rooms; 23 Villa Cottages; 232-slip full-service, megayacht Marina; fine dining and cocktails at the Gulf Coast Kitchen, Hurricane Alley, Barracuda Bar and Turtle Lounge; the full-service SPA MYC, SALON MYC and fitness center; a private beach and three swimming pools; Har-tru lighted tennis courts; easy access to fishing and water sports; and 10,000-feet of indoor meeting and event space plus the expansive Great Lawn that can accommodate large-scale tented events up to 1,000 people.