MASTER MARINERS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION
2010 Wooden Boat Show
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Corinthian Yacht Club
43 Main Street, Tiburon, CA
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
The 17th annual Master Mariners Wooden Boat Show is a fun family event in a beautiful location, the Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, CA. On Sunday, June 27th approximately 60 traditional sailing vessels will be on display with their proud owners on hand to share a bit of their history. The “San Francisco Feetwarmers” will entertain the crowd playing lively jazz all afternoon and there will be activities for children on the deck making it a great outing for the entire family. Boat show proceeds go towards the Master Mariners Benevolent Foundation which provides funding for sail training scholarships and skills associated with restoring traditional sailing craft. The MMBF supports several local organizations including the Spaulding Wooden Boat Center, Arques School and the Call of the Sea program on the schooner Seaward. Awards will be given to the well maintained vessels on display: Stone Cup, Corinthian Cup, and Peoples' Choice. Admission is $10 for adults, free for children under 12 accompanied by an adult.
For more information:
Master Mariners Benevolent Association of San Francisco Bayhttp://www.mastermariners.org
(415) 364-1656, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Master Mariners Benevolent Association (MMBA):
The MMBA dates back to 1867 when it gained recognition after staging a successful boat race at the San Francisco Fourth of July Celebration. This became a popular Fourth of July tradition, as the never disappointing San Francisco winds promised an exciting race, and rowdy participants battled with fists and sails for the prize banner that read "Champion." The MMBA still holds an annual regatta on Memorial Weekend and crowns a champion at the awards party, in addition to a variety of other nautical-themed events.