In today’s busy world it can be very difficult to find the time to do the things you want to do. It’s not unusual for us to hear a person say that they would love to learn to sail but just can’t seem to find two consecutive weekends to get started. Search no more. This month we are offering a few classes that are normally offered over the course of four-sessions in a two-session (one weekend) format. Read More
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Join us on May 19th to celebrate the kick off of National Safe Boating Week. We will be giving away free life jackets (while supplies last), free hot dogs, and best of all- FREE RENTALS*!
Thanks to a generous grant from the San Diego Yacht Club Sailing Foundation, 30 at-risk and under-served kids, who may not have otherwise had the opportunity, will be able to experience sailing this summer. The grant provides camperships for kids-in-need to participate in a week long sailing camp at The Watersports Camp where they will not only learn to sail, but will also experience the many other benefits of camp, such as building self-esteem and developing leadership skills. Read More
The Torrey Pines Kiwaniis Foundation raises funds to support adaptive sports and recreation programs for San Diegans with disabilities. They have been an integral supporter of adaptive watersports at MBAC by providing grants to develop and build specialized equipment necessary to safely provide access to watersports. Read More
The MBAC promo team spent last Saturday explaining the fitness benefits of watersports at UCSD Trition Day, an annual open house event that invites future Tritons and the San Diego community to campus to see what UCSD is all about.
Santa Margarita River Fly-over from City of Temecula on Vimeo.
As part of the Associated Students MBAC LEED Existing Building: Operations and Maintenance certification we are removing invasive plant species at SDSU’s Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve north of Fallbrook. This effort will help offset the land area occupied by the Mission Bay Aquatic Center. Read More