I lived in California for almost 20 years and in the time I was on this forum there were very few members from the Golden State. There are a few and I even tried to organize a gathering in the Delta where I last live and boated but I could never get enough interest. I now live in the New Orleans area and it's not much better here.Haven't seen anyone from Southern California here and just wondered where they all are? Sound off, people. Let's represent and state your home port, weekender or full timer and what your interests are.
Yes, the Sea Ray Boat Club of Northern California is mostly a Delta Club. We do have a yearly cruise to the bay but we have a monthly cruise-out and there are very knowledgeable members that know about Sea Rays and where to go (and where to stay away from) in the Delta. I am a past Commodore, so I can help with any questions. Any Northern California Sea Ray owner should consider joining our club. We have no property so yearly dues are only $125 still.This is a question for the Northern California boaters: Is there an organized group that goes to the Delta. I think it would be a good trip to see some of Californias' more beautiful waterways. It just seems so confusing up there. Maybe the hubs and I can make a journey up there and do some exploring. I'll take any info or suggestions any of you might care to offer.
Nice to hear from you. We haven’t beeen Boat up that way yet but we do want to make a trip up to the Delta and Ventura most likely will be one of the stops along the way. If you’re ever down in San Diego, drop a line, we are slipped at the Hyatt Resort Marina, mission beach.I'm in Ventura - 34 ft 340 Sundancer
Avalon in the summer can be hard to get a spot, unless you know someone who owns a mooring or are up to anchor. I generally do the Ishtmus on the summer an Avalon in the off season. My last trip to Avalon will be in May and I’ll start going back that way in September. I’ll be at Two Harbors in between.I think we're going to Avalon this summer.