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Mission Bay Yacht Club
1215 El Carmel Place
San Diego, CA 92109
United States
Ph :
858-488-0501
Mission Bay Yacht Club has a rich history -- the early sailboats had to be flat bottomed to maneuver in the shallow water of the Bay. The Flapper, a 12 foot catboat, was the first class to race. A variety of boats, including some from San Diego Yacht Club, formed a handicap fleet and raced when the tide permitted. By 1931 the Skimmer was the hot boat in this area. Each Opening Day we relive some of our early history as the commodore sails "Scanties," the club's first Flapper class boat, given to the club by our first commodore, Tom Scripps. It was donated to the Club around 1968, and the Board decided that the Commodore should sail it each year in the Asher Pier Race. It has since been rebuilt, and is still sailed. Originally, it was just one of the boats in the Handicap Fleet. Subsequently, a special class for the Opening Day race was established, which the Commodore always wins.

Our Recent Deliveries

2014-10-23

Opah landed in San Diego, CA by F/V Anthony G Read more

2014-10-16

Mahi-Mahi landed in San Diego, CA by F/V Zephyr Read more

2014-10-03

Swordfish (Pacific) landed in San Diego, CA by F/V Kraken Read more

2014-09-25

Dover Sole landed in Fort Bragg, CA by F/V Tara Dawn Read more

2014-09-04

Swordfish (Pacific) landed in San Diego, CA by F/V Zephyr Read more

2014-08-28

Pacific Bigeye Tuna landed in Unknown by F/V Zephyr Read more

2014-08-07

California Yellowtail landed in Bahia Asuncion, Baja California by Cooperativo Leyes de Reforma Read more

2014-07-31

Baja Halibut (Cortez Halibut or California Flounder) landed in Santa Rosalita, Baja California by Cooperativo Ortega Cruz Read more

2014-07-24

California Yellowtail landed in Bahia Asuncion, Baja California by Cooperativo Leyes de Reforma Read more

2014-07-16

California Yellowtail harvested in Ensenada, Baja California by Baja Clam Harvesters Read more

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