Treasure Island Waterfront Event Venue

The Treasure Island Waterfront Event Venue is a unique space that offers the best of “Old Time Florida” on a secluded piece of waterfront property with easy access to the Gulf of Mexico and Boca Ciega Bay. Located one block south of the famous John’s Pass bridge on Treasure Island, it was built in 1930 and served as the Treasure Island Fire House for many years before it became the Boca Ciega Sail and Power Squadron. Remodeling the building as well as a dock took over 3 years and countless volunteer hours.

The Treasure Island Waterfront Event Venue is the home of S.O.S. – Soothe Our Souls, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization founded in 2012 by Captain Dan Peretz, following the passing of a fellow sailor and dear friend of 40 years, Art Nicholson. S.O.S. provides 2-hour complimentary sailing excursions on the first Sunday morning of each month for seriously health-challenged people and their support group. S.O.S. is committed to offering a respite from troubling health concerns, celebrating life, and helping people to navigate their journey back to well-being.

The Treasure Island Waterfront Event Venue is your most unique choice for your event because:
  • It is on the water
  • Is accessible by land and by sea
  • Accommodates up to 100 people
  • Has a full-size kitchen
  • Has a bar space
  • Has 2 bathrooms
  • Has a dance floor option
  • You can bring your own caterer
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When you rent the Treasure Island Waterfront Event Venue for your special event, you also support Soothe Our Souls, as all proceeds benefit the work of this dedicated volunteer organization. We are proud to be a part of such heart-warming organization and hope to work with you in the near future.

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