Islander 36 Association

2006 Cruise Schedule

Welcome to the 2006 Cruise Schedule. As we get details you can Click on the "Get Details / Make Reservation" links for more information and to let the Cruise Coordinators know you are joining the fleet, or, use the email link to ask more questions. On-line registration forms will also be available for the current event on the Events page about a month before the event. If you would like to volunteer to be an Event Coordinator, call Cruise Chairs Smokey & Laurie Stover at 510-791-2620.

Sat, March 25Spring Meeting - San Francisco Yacht Club. This is the season kick off that starts with the afternoon SPRING MEETING. It will be held at the San Francisco Yacht Club in Belvedere. Details will follow, but this club will reserve the Cove House for our meeting and clear their docks for our overnight use. It is a short walk into the little town of Tiburon. Nearby Angel Island beacons your arrival the following day.
Smokey & Laurie Stover
More details and reservation form in Upcoming Events
Sat, April 8Sail Trim Clinic for Cruisers & Racers at Golden Gate yacht Club
More details and reservation form Here!
Sat/Sun, April 29-30 This is Opening Day of the 2006 sailing season. It will be held at the Encinal Yacht Club in Alameda. Details will follow, but this weekend includes some 'after hours' shopping in the Svenden's Chandlery at discount prices.
Sat-Mon, May 27-29This is Memorial Day. It includes sailing well inland and into the middle of Petaluma. Details will follow, but we can once again enjoy docking in the Turning Basin there and taking advantage of the town hospitality, and that of the Petaluma Yacht Club.
Sat-Sun, June 17-18We are being welcomed by the Spinnaker Yacht Club in San Leandro on this Father's Day. Details will follow, but this makes a great downwind sail to a long dock in front of the club. There are walking trails and treating dad to a round of golf is very possible at the golf course across the street. A good spot for BINGO ??
Sat-Tue, July 1-4A big favorite last year which topped the 'Wish List' for this year? "Yes" say the Shea's to opening their beautiful home to us once again. Details will follow, but this weekend starts with an overnight stay at the Vallejo Yacht Club. We move up the Napa River the next day to the dock side home of Commodore and Mrs Shea. The possibilities of BBQ, swimming, fishing, Napa trips, fireworks and wine tasting seem endless!
Fri-Sun, July 7-9Thetis Island All Islander Rendezvous - Canada
Bert & Carey Vermeer
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Sat/Sun August 12-13Point San Pablo Yacht Club in Richmond is a hidden jewel and has new docks. Details will follow, but the SS RED OAK is a victory ship that is packed with WWII history and at the ready for our inspection. We will also pass by the early 1900's steam ship WAPAMA.
Harry Farrell & Carol Williams or
Ron & Karen Damsen
Sat-Mon September 2-4A blue water sailing opportunity with a downwind sail to Half Moon Bay. Tie up to the security of a mooring ball in this protected harbor. Details will follow, but the Half Moon Bay Yacht Club has always provided food and entertainment. Catch a dingy ride into the harbor or to explore the shore.
Sat-Sun, October 14-15Marin Yacht Club. We will have access to their beautiful club that also features a swimming pool, hot tub, tennis court and Bocci Ball.
Skipper & Nancy Wall
Sat, November 4Fall Meeting - Oakland Yacht Club. This marks the end of our season with the Fall Meeting, scheduled this year at the Oakland Yacht Club, home to Vice Commodore and Mrs Fowler. Details will follow, but the entire upper floor of this beautiful Yacht Club will be reserved for our use. It has the promise of a very memorable event with plenty of flash.
Coordinators: Art & Betsy Fowler

Additional Information

For more information about cruising, E-Mail Cruise Chair

Smokey & Laurie Stover

The Islander Association establishes its annual Cruise schedule based on the general input of members, and may include destinations around the Bay, on river tributaries, and outside the Golden Gate. However, the Association assumes no liability for any event. It is the sole responsibility of each individual owner to decide if his or her boat and crew are suitable for a given event, and whether to participate, start or continue in any event.

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