Since its inception in 1925, Maple Bay Yacht Club has served its members and the community by providing an affordable means to enjoy the many benefits of yachting and related water sports on our beautiful coast. Development and operation of MBYC has been guided by the following purposes …
- To encourage the development of yachting, both power and sail
- To enhance the members’ yachting skills and knowledge, particularly with respect to seamanship and safety
- To foster a high level of sportsmanship amongst the members through competitive sailing and power boat events
- To provide moorage facilities for the benefit of members
- To provide social facilities for the benefit of members
The email sent by the Commodore to the membership concerning the results of the recent Membership Survey has been posted on the Membership Page. You must be logged in to view this page.
A number of members report that they have not received emails such as “At The Club This Week”. Our mail system shows that the messages have all be sent correctly but there is another possibility – the 512K bug. Click on this link for more information. We will update this message when more information becomes available.
Details of the Commodore’s Cruise September 26th to 28th are now posted on the Cruising Page.
Thanks to the Captain and crew of HMCS Edmonton the MBYC Sailing School had a chance to sail something a bit bigger than a 420! Check the photos on the Juniors Page.
Wait and Wish Lists have been updated on the Moorage Page in the Members Area. You must be logged in to view this page.
The July edition of The Spreader is now available on The Spreader page. You must be logged in to access this page.
Detailed information on the 59th Maple Bay Regatta is now posted on the Regatta page. We look forward to greeting participants on August 29th!
Summer Series and Lady Skipper race results have been updated on the Racing page.
The Membership Committee has a new web page and it is the first interactive web page on our site! You can help the club develop new and better programs by commenting on articles posted by the Committee and sharing your opinion. Check it out from this link or by choosing Membership from the menu after you have logged in. You must be logged in to view this page.