Our annual fall beach cleanup has been scheduled for Sunday, November 13th from 9am-12pm and we would love your help to keep our bay and beaches trash-free. As part of I Love A Clean San Diego‘s Adopt-a-Beach program MBAC is the official adopter of Santa Clara Point and commits to two beach cleanups every year. Read More
Source: Adapting to the Water | NewsCenter | SDSU
Steve Kaliszewski thinks he has the greatest job in the world. He helps enable people with disabilities to take part in activities they never imagined possible.Kaliszewski runs the wheelchair sports program at Sharp Memorial Hospital and is paralyzed from the waist down. He’s also an organizer of Day on the Bay, a program that provides opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in adaptive water sports, including water skiing, kayaking, jet skiing and sailing.
Are you interested in applying your paddling skills after learning the basics at MBAC? Both Aztec Adventures at SDSU and Outback Adventures at UCSD offer overnight outings where you can canoe or kayak on the Colorado River and continue your adventure. Read More
The Mission Bay Aquatic Center has been awarded a 5-year contract to be the west coast school charged with training the next generation of naval officers in the tradition of sailing. Between mid-May and mid-June 500 midshipmen will qualify as United States Navy Sailing Association Skipper ‘B’ during their training at MBAC. Read More
One of our goals at MBAC is to give back to the community by doing our part to keep Mission Bay trash-free by by completing at least 3 beach cleanups every year as part of I Love a Clean San Diego’s Adopt-A-Beach Program. We are proud to be recognized as the official adopter of Santa Clara Point. Read More
On Monday October 12, 2015, MBAC partnered with Sharp Healthcare for the Sharp Rehabilitation Day on the Bay. This event provided an opportunity for persons with disabilities to participate in watersports activities they might not otherwise have access to. Adaptive waterskiing, kayaking, tubing and sailing were a few of the accessible activities offered to the over 75 participants with disabilities. Read More