Highly prestigious fishing club located on Santa Catalina Island in Avalon. Members are mostly middle-aged to old men residing in southern California cities like Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Dana Point who have more than enough money to fill the oceans they live in. Just to be a possible candidate for the club, you have to pay approx. $3000 a month and extra to be in tournaments. You get nothing but a club house in return, which isn't much help; you can't stay there and women are forbidden from the 2nd floor. So, not only do you have to pay the initial costs, but you have to own a yacht which you must provide with fuel to get there and back at least 3 times a year. Not that pleasant to be at the club house either with such a strict dress code: no jeans, no bare shoulders, close toed shoes... However, they do throw outrageously expensive and amazing parties in which they all drink so much the kids can do whatever they want (can you say martinis? Charge 'em on my dad's account).
Person A: So you and your dad golfing this weekend?
Person B: Doubt it. Father's Day weekend: The Tuna Club Opening Day.
Person A: Dude, bring me? I could use a wild weekend.
Person B: Only if you don't hurl on my mom's Manolo's again. She'll kill you.
Person A: Oh, that's right. Forgot about that damn dress code. Nah, my dad and I'll hit up the course out there, but I don't go to Catalina with oxfords and dress pants. I go with my rainbows, trunks, and tank tops.