History of the Broadsound Tuna Club
In 1963, a group of fisherman with a common interest of boating and fishing rented a space at the Point of Pines so they would have a place to meet. The first Commodore of the BSTC, Peter Cacciola, began the club we cherish today. Now located on Northshore Rd., after many years of struggles and great times, our private, non-profit club is still meeting to share those same interests of boating, fishing and great fellowship. We proudly acknowledge our club is supported by our general and social membership. The BSTC is always open to welcoming new members.
Bar Hours: Closed on Mon. and Wed. Open Tues, thurs., and Fri. 3:00 pm to Closing. Open Sat & Sun. 12 pm - Closing (Last call 12:30 am)
Brian "Bing" MacDonald
Broadsound Tuna Club items available at the Club
Lat: 42.4° N Lon: 71.0° W Elev: 16 ft
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