MBAC NEWS

Registration for The Watersports Camp opens January 31st

Believe it or not we are already looking forward to another great season of The Watersports Camp! Registration for the 2013 season will officially open on January 31st and we can hardly wait to get started.

This year’s schedule will offer 2 weeks of spring camp running March 25-April 5 and summer camp weeks will start June 10th and run through August 30. There will be a special prorated 3-day week July 1-3 to not interfere with any 4th of July plans you may have.

As always, all camps are filled on a first come, first served basis so please be sure to register early to ensure your spot.

Keep an eye out for our 2013 camp brochure coming out soon and be sure to register for camp starting January 31 at www.watersportscamp.com. We are super excited and looking forward to a great camp season!

SPRING 2013 CAMP DATES(2 weekly sessions) 1 March 25-29, 2013 2 April 1-5, 2013 SUMMER 2013 CAMP DATES(12 weekly sessions) 1 June 10-14, 2013 2 June 17-21, 2013 3 June 24-28, 2013 4 July 1-3, 20133-day weekNO CAMP JULY 4-5 5 July 8-12, 2013 6 July 15-19, 2013 7 July 22-26, 2013 8 July 29-August 2, 2013 9 August 5-9, 2013 10 August 12-16, 2013 11 August 19-23, 2013 12 August 26-30, 2013

MBAC’s New Year’s Resolutions

We are all anticipating a great 2013 and many of us are making resolutions to help us lose weight, spend more wisely, or make other positive changes in our lives.  At MBAC we have some resolutions of our own to improve programs, offer more services, and become a better organization.  We thought we’d share some of those resolutions with you and ask for your feedback on anything we may have missed. Read More

University Credit Classes enrolling now

If you plan on taking an MBAC class this semester for university credit, now is a good time to add the unit and avoid having to use an add code or submit a late add form. MBAC’s semester-long University Credit Classes  are one of the best values at MBAC and a great way to get out on the water.

While taking the class for credit is optional, many SDSU and USD students take the class for a grade, or as a credit/no credit elective.  SDSU students earn 1 unit of credit in Exercise and Nutritional Sciences and USD students earn .5 units in Education Recreation for each University Credit Class class they complete.

You can certainly choose to show up to the first day and pick up an add code or have a late add form signed, but many students prefer the convenience of registering for the units in advance through SDSU’s Web Portal, or USD’s MySanDiego, and ensuring their spot in the class (SDSU American Language Institute students must add the unit via late add forms.)

REGISTRATION INFORMATION FOR SDSU STUDENTS REGISTRATION INFORMATION FOR USD STUDENTS

Whether you take the class for credit, or just take it for fun, MBAC’s University Credit Classes are a great way to make your semester something special.

Give the gift of MAC

Get an additional free gift with MBAC gift certificate purchase

Looking for a unique and creative gift this holiday season? A gift certificate to Mission Bay Aquatic Center is a great gift for that important person on your list. For a limited time, now through December 9, you will receive an additional certificate for a 2 ½ hour kayak or stand up paddleboard rental with each gift certificate that you purchase. The extra gift certificate makes a great stocking stuffer or keep it for yourself to take advantage of this great deal!

Gift certificates are available for all of our classes and the recipient can choose the date of the class after they receive their gift. We are also able to do gift certificates for a specific dollar amount so the recipient can choose whether to spend it on rentals, classes, or private lessons. So what are you waiting for? Call us at 858-488-1000 or stop by MBAC to grab a unique gift certificate this holiday season.

Marine trash collecting robot showcased at MBAC

San Diego, California News Station – KFMB Channel 8 – cbs8.com

The Rozalia Project was at MBAC this month showcasing it’s new trash hunting robot which helps to keep our bays and ocean clean.  The stop at MBAC was part of a nationwide tour to raise awareness and educate the public on keeping our waters clean.

Watch the robot search for trash on News 8

The robot found a few items around the dock area of MBAC, including a swim fin, and some kind of fisherman’s net, and had no problem bringing them to the surface for removal.  To learn more about the Rozalia Project or their mission to remove marine debris from the surface to the sea floor through action, technology, outreach and research visit thier website at www.rozaliaproject.org.