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Cruising

Join us for CPYC cruises to welcoming destinations and improve your navigation and boatmanship in a safe environment.  We exchange navigation tips, “buddy” together to/from CPYC and destination, help with docking and keep in touch by radio.  Each boat is responsible for their own navigation and passage but help is nearby!


We share meals, swap stories, laugh, sing, have contests with prizes and get to know each other and members of host clubs better.


This year we will start with trips to public marinas with more options for social distancing and restaurants then start going to yacht clubs as they open up.


Most cruises have an option to stay one night or more and even join by automobile.  Signups open up about a month before the cruise.

Please email us at cruise@cpyc.com with questions and feedback!

 

2022 Cruise Schedule

Sausalito

March 18-20 -- Moved to April 8-10

Scenic destination with beautiful views and friendly clubs!  Saturday lunch and bocce contest at Sausalito Cruising Club; walking, kayaking and plentiful restaurants nearby. 

Dock at Schoonmaker Marina.  Afternoon ebb for quick trip up!

Boats please sign up (again) at Sausalito boats reprise

Asphalt cruisers please sign up (again) at Sausalito cars reprise

South Beach

April 22-24

Always a great destination with city front cruising and restaurants.  Join us for a short trip on the water to a friendly harbor and club then join Opening Day on the Bay festivities and boat parade.

Slips are limited so please sign up today at  South Beach Opening Day boats 

Car cruisers please email mramsbey@gmail.com for Saturday dinner reservations.

Petaluma

May 26-30 (Memorial Day)

Join us for a trip up the river for Petaluma Yacht Club “Pirate’s Cove” Memorial Day festivities including breakfasts, dinners, contests, music, dancing …..

Docking in the recently dredged turning basin is first come / first served so many of our boats plan to arrive on Thursday with some overnighting on halfway.

See the registration and flyer here.

Emeryville

June 24-26

Easy cruise to Emeryville Marina Park (scenic walking); Trader Vic’s, Dim Sum,

        Emeryville Public Market, etc.  "  Sign up for dinner, etc. at Emeryville signups and boats also register with the marina at Emeryville Marina and enter "Coyote Point Yacht Club" for referral code.

Redwood City West Point

July 3-5

Docktails, potluck, fireworks plus biking, kayaking, walking or downtown Redwood City

Peninsula Celebration festival and parade.

Make reservations directly with Westpoint Harbor July 4 and indicate “CPYC” under “yacht club membership” https://westpointharbor.com/guest-slip-application/

Encinal Yacht Club

July 22-24

Join us for an easy cruise to Encinal Yacht Club. Enjoy their swimming pool, dining &  beautiful bar. We will spend the afternoon in historic downtown Alameda and have other walks and kayaking on the estuary !

First night free then $1 / ft per night.

SIGN UP HERE Enicnal sign up


Thanks Jason Harvey for leading this cruise!

Delta Cruise

August 1-5 (M-F)

Arrrggghh maties! Hoist your pirate flag and join the CPYC pirate cohort led by Staff Commodore Catherine Miskow and First Mate Sandy Lazzari! Spend a week in the Delta swimming, lazing, kayaking, playing, fishing or harassing local shipping then darting back to our pirate lair near Potato Slough. Lots of fun, pirate booty for adults and kids, contest prizes, etc. SIGN UP HERE Delta cruise

Get away for a relaxing trip to the Delta!  Swim, kayak, BBQ and just hang out ……

Learn the secrets of Temptation Island and dine at Moore’s Riverboat.

Relaxing and fun week in the Delta (secrets stay in the Delta ….)!

Note - some boats stop at (https://beniciamarina.net) on the way up and back.

If joining us, make your own reservation with the marina soon as it fills up quickly.

Aeolian Yacht Club

August 19-21

Aeolian YC is the friendliest YC on the Bay! Half the fun of getting there (Friday afternoon high tide) is the cruise through the Alameda Estuary with three drawbridges opening to let us through then arriving at a gem of a well maintained harbor with welcoming members who leave the clubhouse open all weekend for us (in the past including honor system bar after members went home!). Berthing is free so support their bar and food services.


This weekend schedule includes (vegetarian option available):

Friday, August 19th. - Bar opens at 6:00

6:30 Hot dogs; chili; two salads & dessert for $10

7:30 - BINGO night with Aeolian Members


Saturday, August 20th. - Bar opens at 5:30 with light appetizers

6:30 BBQ Hamburgers; Corn on the Cob; Baked Beans; Cole

Slaw; Watermelon & Feta Cheese Salad & Dessert for $10


Sunday, August 21st - Breakfast from 9:30-11:00 for $15


Walking and kayaking at Bay Farm Island is right there and downtown Alameda nearby too!


Aeolian only recently reopened for cruise outs and asks all guests (all ages) to be vaccinated including on docks and outside....


SIGN UP HERE Aeolian cruise

Marin Yacht Club

September 2-5 (Labor Day)

Marin YC is truly a destination location on a private island with swimming pool, tennis courts, bocce ball, private lagoon for paddle boarding and

kayaking, large green lawns, clubhouse with private chef and plenty of

room to chill with friends and family. 


Just watch this video to be inspired Marin YC video !


We can only bring 10 boats so please sign up here Marin boats 




Weekend Plan

Friday 

·    High tide 5:36 pm (good to arrive late afternoon)

·    Dinner at Marin Yacht Club


Saturday

·    Pickleball 10 am - lesson and play

·    Cocktail Party at MYC Bar - Bar open 4PM-9PM

·    Bring Your Own Appetizer - 

·    Prize for best Appetizer will be awarded at Dinner on Sunday Night

·    CPYC Catered Western BBQ Dinner 


Sunday

·    Pickleball 10 am - lesson and play

·    8th Annual Bocce Tournament 

·    Dinner and Awards at Marin Yacht Club



Monday 

·     Cruise home - leave on rising tide (high tide 10:36 pm)

Half Moon Bay

September 30-October 2

Join our flotilla to Half Moon Bay / Pillar Point October 1-2!

Plan is to meet just south of the Bay Bridge at 7 am Saturday, ride the ebb out the gate, turn left and cruise to Half Moon Bay with experienced leader (Piyush!). Most boats will pick up a mooring in front of the Half Moon Bay YC but some may try to get berths (no reservations, first come / first served) at Pillar Point docks. There will be help nearby for mooring or getting in to YC for dinner. Sunday a group will head back to catch afternoon flood in the gate or stay another night. Navigation and offshore sailing advice available so this is a great chance to get out on the ocean! Sign up here Half Moon Bay

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Angel Island

October 21-23

Do you have any idea how peaceful Ayala Cove is in the morning and after the last tourist ferry leaves? Join us October 21-23 and moor overnight. We will have kayaks and dinghies for help mooring or getting to/from shore. Friday and Saturday we will have hot coals for grilling and potluck sides plus croquet, hiking, kayaking and other fun! To join by cruising or ferry sign up here Angel Island

Napa Valley Yacht Club

October 28-30

Napa Valley YC and Wine Tasting

Halloween Weekend October 28-30


Join us by boat for a cruise up the beautiful Napa River, excellent dining and wine tasting at Consentino and V. Sattuil led by Staff Commodore Catherine Miskow ! Car cruisers also welcome!

Everyone sign up here for wining and dining Napa wine and dine .

Boats must also reserve docking at Napa YC dock reservation .

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