burgee Santa Margarita Yacht Club
of Camp Pendleton

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BBQJuly 4th Pictures and Article

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Article & Pictures

small boat raceSmall Boat Race 3-8
May 17th

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opennig dayOpening Day Slide show

small boat race 1-8 Small Boat Race 1-8
 March 29th

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Dana Point Spring Cruise article & Pictures

Ladies Bingo 2/23

Five things you can do today to keep your boat from catching fire and five things to keep your boat from sinking HERE

updated 4/4/2014
Safety page updated.

There is a new link on the SAFETY PAGE - Tips and best practices for changing your boats engine oil.

Sunset Cruise scheduled for July 20th has been cancelled.



The 4th of July celebration went off well again this year with some great Fireworks fired from the North Jetty as a finale.  The number of attendees seems to vary depending on who was asked.  The tables were full, the club deck was full and the picnic tables were full.  We served up 110 burgers, 80 wieners and 40 Polish and Smoked sausages.  Thanks to all who helped and there were a lot.  We started setting up at 3:000 PM, cooking started at 5:00 PM and clean up was finished by 7:30 PM.  It was great.

Congratulations to the Wiedemanns, Bill, Doris, and Linda for reaching their goal and then some with the Ice Cream Hospice Benefit


From grateful Chairpersons

P/Cs Marybeth and Bill


One day still available --- September 13th.

The Duty Officer List is posted, and can be accessed on the SMYC Web page under Member Information.
Please look at the watch list and sign up for a day or two. The watches are on Saturdays from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. If everyone signs up for just one day we can easily fill the rooster.
Watch Duty Expectations
The duty officers are very important to the club. They provide a welcome to people around the marina and information about our club, which often leads to new memberships.

As duty officer of the day, you are responsible for opening up the clubhouse at 10:00am. (You will be able to get the key from the marina office.)

As the Watch Captain, you will hoist the club burgees and U.S flag. (The duty watch notebook shows flag positions.) You will also keep a record on a Duty Officer sheet in the notebook telling what transpires during the day.

If you have free time, you can help keep the clubhouse tidy and clean.

At closing time, 2:00pm, you fold all flags, store and put everything in clubhouse, and lock the door.
Remember it is important that you are social with any visitors and help with any information that is requested.

Thank you for taking time to support the club.
If you have any questions, please contact Scott Krefft at (951) 699-1459.