A new [email protected] article highlights the world’s first algae-based flip flop, an innovation by students and researches at the campus that could change the world. The eco-friendly footwear comes approximately two years after creating the world’s first algae-based surfboard on campus. Read More
A new year of Inspire Charter School Specialty Enrichment Program has begun at Mission Bay Aquatic Center. The new year brings in a new teacher, Mrs. Robyn Ralston, for the two-day a week academic support and enrichment program for home school students. Read More
When past customers and staff return to MBAC after many years away, most fondly reminisce in the familiar sights and sounds of the center. Not much has changed in the look and feel of the building over the years, but in the first major renovation of the current century, our classrooms have been updated with a new look, and new function to start a new era in MBAC instruction.
In cooperation with the California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways we will be kicking off National Safe Boating Week on Sunday, May 21st with our annual Safe Boating Day event featuring free activities including kayak and stand up paddleboard lessons and rentals, vessel inspections, and a life jacket giveaway. Read More
On February 17th, the Mission Bay Aquatic Center (MBAC) was recognized as the Outstanding Community Sailing Program at the US Sailing National Sailing Symposium in Austin, Texas. US Sailing is the national governing body of the sport of sailing and “Member National Authority” of the International Sailing Federation. Read More