Nicole has been with Reef Rentals for over 15 years, ensuring that guests receive the most acommodating service possible. She oversees the management of the units and bookings, while corresponding with guests on their experience at Ocean Reef Club.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Dining Attire: Dining at Ocean Reef Club is a special experience. Sports coats are preferred for gentlemen in the evening in the member-only Clubhouse, as is appropriate evening wear for ladies. The more casual restaurants, such as the family-style Galley, The Islander and The Ocean Room, require a collared shirt and dress trousers for gentlemen (walking shorts during the summer—May 1 - October 31) in the evening. The outdoor Palm Court, adjacent to the pool, requires footwear, shirts and bathing suit cover-ups. The patio-style Raw Bar and The Burgee Bar sports lounge in The Fishing Village both require neat boating wear. Please note that blue jeans are only allowed in The Galley, The Burgee Bar, The Raw Bar, and during breakfast service in The Ocean Room, provided the jeans are not torn, tattered or frayed.
Casual and Sports Attire: Collared shirts (no mock turtle necks) are required on our golf courses and tennis courts. Sporting shorts are acceptable in the appropriate activity areas. We ask that you remember traditional white attire if your plans include croquet.
Bathing Attire: Bathing attire requires cover-ups and footwear for any area beyond the pool. Thong-style suits are inconsistent with the Club's family environment and are, therefore, inappropriate. Unacceptable Attire: Tank tops, tank-style undershirts and jogging tops for men, crop and jogging tops for women, frayed cut-offs and tattered jeans are not acceptable attire. Shirts with sleeves are required (for males) at all times in all public areas other than the pool. Gentlemen are expected to remove hats while indoors. We also ask that your guests and children over 12 years of age be attired to the code.