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Maple Bay Yacht Club
6337 Genoa Bay Rd.
Duncan, BC V9L5Y4
Office: 250-746-4521
Reservations: 250-746-4521

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Maple Bay Yacht Club

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 is guided by our Constitution:

The purposes of the Club shall be:

(a) to encourage the development of yachting, both power and sail

(b) to enhance the Members’ yachting skills and knowledge, particularly with respect to seamanship and safety

(c) to foster a high level of sportsmanship amongst the Members through competitive sailing and power boat events

(d) to provide moorage facilities for the benefit of Members

(e) to provide social facilities and functions for the benefit of Members 


News:

Annual Awards Presentation Evening

Please call and make your reservation(s) for a pasta dinner including salad, garlic bread & dessert
NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND, 2018
$15.00 per plate includes GST
Dinner to be served at 6:00 PM
Awards at 7:00 PM
Come out and help celebrate!


Change in Race Dates!

Fleet Captain Don Brown is moving the Winter A4 race from December 9 to December 2, 2018 to avoid conflict with Carols Afloat and Winter A5 from December 23 to December 16, 2018 to avoid the holidays. The changes are now posted on the Racing page.


Moorage Waitlists

The Moorage Waitlists, Wish list and Sublet information as of October 31, 2018 are now posted on the Moorage page. You must be logged in to access this page.


2018 AGM

AGM materials were emailed out today, Thursday, November 08, 2018 to all members who have an active email address on file with the Club Manager. This will allow members to familiarize themselves with the business that will be discussed prior to the meeting. If you did not receive the email and wish to start receiving material from the club please send an email to clubmanager@mbyc.bc.ca with the subject line “Updated Email Address”.

The The Notice of Meeting and attachments are also posted on The AGM/EGM page as required by Club Bylaws. You must be logged in to access this page.


 

The Great Loop Adventure Presentation

on Sunday, December 2nd, 2018 at 3:00 PM at the Clubhouse.
John & Susan Robin have recently returned from a boating trip that took two years and was an adventure of a lifetime which they would love to share with all of you.
This 6000 mile journey is called Great Loop. The journey circumnavigates the eastern part of the U.S. and Canada, then cruises up the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, then through the New York State Canals, into the Great Lakes where you now go down the inland river system, across to the Gulf of Mexico, and then around the southern tip of State of Florida.
Approximately 100 boats complete the Great Loop each year, making it a feat more unique than swimming the English Channel or climbing Mount Everest.


Commodore’s Ball

John van den Hengel’s wonderful photos from the Commodore’s Ball are now available on the Photo Album Page If there is an image you would like to have in high resolution jpeg please email the Webmaster and request the image by it’s file name (like VDH_1420.jpg)and the image will be emailed back to you.

Regatta Results and Photos

Final Results and John van den Hengel’s images of Regatta 2018 are now available on the Regatta Page and here’s the deal …if there is an image you would like to have in high resolution jpeg please email the Webmaster and request the image by it’s file name (like VDH_1420.jpg)and the image will be emailed back to you.

The catch – do something nice for somebody.
As John would say – enjoy!


 

BC Summer Games Sailing Event At MBYC

What a weekend!  Congratulations are in order for all involved, especially MBYC member Brian Beaudry for leading the show!

Click these links for photos of the volunteers, the athletes  and the results.  With thanks to John van den Hengel and Neil Stuart for many of the MBYC images!