Contact MYC

Office Hours

Closed Monday & Tuesday
Wednesday, Thursday  -  Noon – 7:00 PM
Friday & Sunday  -  3:00PM – 9:00 PM
Saturday by appointment



Email Addresses

COMMODORE:
Kathleen Barr
commodore@marinyachtclub.com

PORT CAPTAIN:
Bob Wheeler
portcaptain@marinyachtclub.com

MEMBERSHIP:
Bob Repke
membership@marinyachtclub.com

WEB MASTER:
Bob Wheeler
webmaster@marinyachtclub.com

JUNIOR SALING:
Don Lesley
juniorsailing@marinyachtclub.com

SHIP STORE:
Janet Paraventi-Holt
shipstore@marinyachtclub.com


CLUBHOUSE:
General Manager, Benjamin Yamanaka    
gm@marinyachtclub.com

Office Assistant, Jen Garcia
officeassistant@marinyachtclub.com

HARBOR:
Harbormaster, Dave Watson
habormaster@marinyachtclub.com

RECREATIONAL  FACILITY:
Tennis Pro, Jade Nguyen
tennispro@marinyachtclub.com

Phone Numbers

Club Office                   

Reservations   
            
Harbormaster               

Tennis Professional    
                                

415-453-9366

415-458-2891

415-456-9792

415-456-2700

Arriving By Land


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Arriving by Sea

Coming from the South

Pass under the Richmond-San Rafael bridge sailing due north. Head for Green Channel Marker No. 17, Fl. G. 4S. 15Ft 6M, coordinates 37o 57'425 N. 122o 27' 421 W.

This is the entrance to the San Rafael Canal which is dredged to 8' MLLW, (2002) is approximately 30 feet wide. The channel runs on a course of 280° Magnetic and is marked by green channel markers, which are numbered 1-7 takes, you to the entrance of the San Rafael Creek. On the Red Marker QR 15Ft. turn west and after 200 yards find the entrance to the MYC yacht basin to starboard. Observe the Red and Green Channel markers warning for the shallows outside.

Coming from the North

Follow the San Pablo Strait going southwest. Pass between the Sisters and Brothers islands situated respectively outside Point San Pedro to the west and Point San Pablo to the east. Be aware of a large number of barges and metal Buoys scattered in the San Rafael Bay which is very shallow. Head for Green Channel Marker No. 17, Fl. G. 4S. 15Ft 6M, coordinates 37o 57'425 N. 122o 27' 421 W.

This is the entrance to the San Rafael Canal which is dredged to 8' MLLW, (2002) is approximately 30 feet wide. The channel runs on a course of 280° Magnetic and is marked by green channel markers, which are numbered 1-7 takes, you to the entrance of the San Rafael Creek. On the Red Marker QR 15Ft. turn west and after 200 yards find the entrance to the MYC yacht basin to starboard. Observe the Red and Green Channel markers warning for the shallows outside.

See Chart No. 18649 below or click on it for the full chart (depths are in feet).

- Do NOT cut corners as the waters outside the markers are deceptive and shallow.
- Green marker 17 is very small, in spite of the claim that should be visible for 6 miles and is usually hidden amongst all the barges and buoys. Use your GPS or chart plotter to find it.