May
25
10:00 AM10:00

2019 Master Mariners Regatta

The Annual Master Mariners Regatta will be held on Saturday, May 25th (Memorial weekend).  The race begins off the San Francisco city front at NOON (near St. Francis YC), aided by the great Sausalito Yacht Club Race Committee onboard the committee boat “MERCURY”.  The starts are every five minutes until the final start at 1305.  The finish is on the east side of Treasure Island, first finishes around 1400 and continuing until appx. 1600.  The post regatta awards party is at the Encinal Yacht Club with a large raft-up of participating vessels.  Traditional Dixie Land music by “And That’s Jazz” plays during the afternoon and there will be a dance band after dinner.

The Regatta Skippers & Sponsors luncheon will be held at the St. Francis YC on Friday, May 17th.  Director Cory Lancaster is Regatta Chair, and Commodore Paul Dines is Sponsor Chair.

For more information, see the about Regatta page:

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Jun
22
4:00 PM16:00

MMBA Annual Meeting, Elections & Dinner Party

Once a year the Master Mariners gather at the Corinthian Yacht Club for music, drinks and dinner, as our fleet arrives and gets ready for the Wooden Boat Show. It’s a great time to see old friends, show your appreciation for the CYC’s 26 years of hospitality.

The MMBA Board of Director’s elections will take place at 6:00 PM. Any member wishing to run for a seat on the board should submit a letter to Jr Staff Commodor Steve Hutchenson (stevehutchmarine@gmail.com) at least 5 days before the meeting date.

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Jun
23
10:00 AM10:00

26Th Annual Wooden Boat Show

The Annual Wooden Boat Show, now it its 26th year, is one of the highlights of the San Francisco sailing season, and one of only a few West coast wooden boat shows.

Open to the public and generously hosted by the Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, this unique event is an once a year opportunity to enjoy one of the most beautiful Yacht Clubs in the world, and dozens of the most elegant and delightful traditional sailing boats from the Bay and beyond.

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May
17
12:00 PM12:00

2019 Regatta Skippers & Sponsors Lunch

The Regatta Skippers & Sponsors luncheon will be held at the St. Francis YC on Friday, May 17th.  Director Cory Lancaster is Regatta Chair, and Commodore Paul Dines is Sponsor Chair.

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Mar
16
to Mar 17

Spring Fling Cruise - St. Patty's Day!

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We are excited to have the MMBA Spring Fling one more time at the South Beach YC!  Please join us with your vessels in South Beach Harbor for the dock-tail party in celebration of St. Patrick, and then a delicious dinner and live music at the Clubhouse! Dinner is is $35.00, payable at the door.

Dock-tail Party:  3:30 PM
Dinner at SBYC:  6:30 PM

Please RSVP ASAP to Liz Diaz Membership Director, (415) 730-2842 or email below, and let us know how many of you will be coming by boat or car.

If you are coming by boat, please contact the South Beach Harbor Master at (415) 495-4911 and ask to reserve a space “at the end of A dock."  Docking fees apply.   We hope to have at least 10 of our vessels there with flags-a-waving!

Liz Diaz, Membership Director

Hans & Sophie List, Co-Chairs


membership@sfmastermariners.com

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Jan
1
11:00 AM11:00

New Year's Day Sail In & Chili Potluck

The MMBA will be continuing the time-honored tradition of the New Year’s Day “race,” chili potluck, and tacky trophy awards on Tuesday, January 1st, 2019 at the Point San Pablo Yacht Club. As in years past, an informal race will start off Clipper Cove at 11:00 am. The course will be from the port or starboard side of the “committee boat” to the finish at Pt. San Pablo YC’s dock.

It’s always a good time! And its a great way to begin the year by hanging out the sails and hanging out with friends. Boats are encouraged to join at any time after 11:00 and the only goal is to arrive at Pt. San Pablo YC by 2:00 pm for the tacky trophy exchange and some good food and adult beverages.

Tacky trophies are a good way to re-gift any white elephant gifts you may have received from well-meaning relatives or friends. The boat finishing DFL gives a trophy to the boat that finished ahead of it and that boat gives a trophy to the next finisher and so on until the “winner” gets his/hers. The last boat to finish gets the grand prize trophy, from the first place winner. Some real treasures have surfaced over the years, and like a bad penny they keep coming back.

All asphalt cruisers are welcome to come earlier around noon to warm up the kitchen and bar.

This will be a “free for all” potluck with no dish assignments. So bring enough for you, your crew, and some extra to share.

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