2013 SYCA Children’s Easter Party
Sunday March 31, 10:00 am
10:00 – Bar and Galley Open
10:15 - Mr. Shap, balloon artist and magician
11:15 – Easter Bunny arrives by boat
Delightful Easter Buffet with children’s items
Children under 10: $5
Two seatings at 10:00 and 12:45
Saturday, March 16th, 1800 hrs (6:00)
Live Music and Dancing to a Traditonal Irish Dance Band. We will be featuring an Irish Buffet with corned beef and cabbage, smoked salmon and other Emerald Isle Classics. Green Apple Martinis, Guiness and plenty of blarney! Wearing of the Green Required! Slainte! $5.00 cover charge – please call to make your dinner reservations at 415-332-7400.
Cocktails 5:30pm, with passed appetizers
Dinner 6:30, 7:00, & 7:45pm seatings
$50 per person
Includes a glass of champagne upon entry and a rose for the ladies
Michael LaMacchia Band
Reservations Required 415-332-7400
The Swankiest Supper Club in Town
Monday December 31, 6:30PM – 12:30AM
Cocktail reception with hors du
Champaign and dessert bar
Join the festivities and watch the show from the best location on the Bay.
Saturday December 8, starting at 5:00pm
Commodore Jerry Tarpin invites you to a festive celebration…
Saturday, December 1 from 6pm-8pm
Join us for tree-trimming and decking the halls…
Dinner is on us. 5pm Sunday Nov 25
United States Marine Corps 237th Birthday Party
Saturday, November 10th – 1800 hrs
Come down to the Club and celebrate with a special $25.00 Buffet Dinner. We will have passed appetizers to start the evening, a Prime Rib carving station and a special Birthday Cake and Champagne Toast after dinner.
Our own Rick Tosh, bartender and disc jockey extraordinaire, will be spinning records to celebrate and dance to!
Call now and make a reservation at the Club – 415-332-7400.
CHILDREN’S HALLOWEEN PARTY
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27TH, 2012 10:00 AM TO 12:00 PM
LOT’S OF FUN …. BRING YOUR FRIENDS
COME IN COSTUME!
FREE FOOD AND BEVERAGES FOR THE KIDS 12 YRS AND UNDER
ADULTS MAY ORDER FROM THE CAFE MENU & MUST BE PRESENT WITH THE CHILDREN
BAR AND GALLEY OPEN AT 10:00 AM!
Fleet Week & America’s Cup
Join us for Blue Angels & Big Cats!
Watch the Fleet Week Air Show from our deck and the AC34 races on our big screen TV; enjoy special Fleet Week hospitality at the club. Or, if you’re watching the air and sailing shows from the water and on your way back from the City, join us for Happy Hour. Special drink prices and $5 appetizer plates will be featured Wednesday-Saturday.
On Sunday, we’re offering a special Fleet Week Brunch and will be broadcasting live coverage of the final day of racing.
Wednesday, October 3
Happy Hour & Special $5 Appetizers: 1600-1800
AC34 Match Races: 1600-1800
Thursday, October 4
Happy Hour & Special $5 Appetizers: 1500-1800
Blue Angels Practice: 1600-1700
AC34 Match Races: 1700-1800
Friday, October 5
Private Fleet Week Event (dining room): 1230-1600
Air Show Practice: 1230
Blue Angels Practice: 1500-1600
Happy Hour & Special $5 Appetizers : 1400-1800 (bar only)
AC34 Fleet Races: 1600-1800 Dinner (full menu): 1800-2200
Saturday, October 6
Fleet Week Air Show: 1230
Happy Hour & Special $5 Appetizers: 1400 -1800 Blue Angels: 1500-1600
AC34 Fleet & Match Racing: 1600- 1830 Dinner (full menu): 1800-2200
Sunday, October 7
FLEET WEEK BRUNCH – $15-all-you-can-eat Brunch Buffet with $5 Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas; watch the Air Show and live coverage of the AC34 Races
Fleet Week Air Show: 1230
Super Sunday AC34 Fleet Race: 1350-1430
Blue Angels: 1500-1600
Meet at the club for an evening of fine wine, food and jazz.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
6 PM – 9 PM
Taste over 25 exceptional varietals poured by 6+ wineries
Enjoy gourmet food pairings featuring fresh seasonal delights from garden & galley
A sparkling wine and dessert buffet
Sip and savor to the tunes of the Dave Getz Jazz Quartet
$75 per person
Call the Club to make reservations 415-332-7400
Limited capacity; first come, first serve
Attire: wine country casual elegance
Wineries (from Napa, Sonoma and South America) include: Prescott /Ashe, Llama Vineyard, Carpe Diem, Dry Creek Vineyards, Peterson Vineyards, Shannon Ridge. Wines may be ordered from vintners in attendance.
THE BIG BOATS ARE COMING!
Join fellow members and guests for an exciting AC34 update & new, unreleased video presented by acclaimed international yachtsman Tom Ehman:
Golden Gate Yacht Club Vice Commodore
America’s Cup Executive Director
Tuesday, August 7th
Sausalito Yacht Club
Bars & BBQ will be open for your drinking & dining pleasure!
America’s Cup World Series Races — August 22-26
Position: Vice Commodore, Golden Gate YC
Executive Director, America’s Cup Properties, Inc.
The 34th America’s Cup is the eleventh straight AC campaign for Tom Ehman. A consummate veteran of international yachting, he has been at the forefront of many of the changes and innovations that have transformed top-level sailing into the modern, professional and more media-friendly sport that it is today. Notably, Tom spearheaded on-the-water umpiring that has been used in the America’s Cup since he instituted it for the 1992 Cup in San Diego.
A former collegiate and North American sailing champion, and winner of the 1976 Championship of Champions, at age 25 he became the youngest-ever Executive Director of the USA’s national sailing association – indeed, the youngest of any national governing body for an Olympic sport in America. Since he started with the America’s Cup in 1980, Tom has served in many roles including rules advisor, team executive, event manager, and chairman of the Challenger Commission. He is the only person of long-standing involvement in the Cup who has worked only for American campaigns – New York YC, San Diego YC,
St. Francis YC, and now Golden Gate YC.
For the past three campaigns, Tom was Head of External Affairs for ORACLE Racing. He now serves as GGYC Vice Commodore and Managing Director of the GGYC America’s Cup Committee, and is Executive Director of America’s Cup Properties, Inc.
Wednesday – July 4th – Fourth of July Star Spangled Celebration - 1100 – 2200 hrs – BBQ starts at noon. “Live Action Heroes” rock band will be playing from 1600 hrs – Fireworks at 2100 hrs. $20.00 admission fee, 4 guests per member, no reciprocals for this event. A shore boat will be available for transport – must be flying the SYC burgee, 15 minute maximum at dock to load or unload guests. “Funny Money” will be sold in $5.00 denomination only, good for Food & Beverage purchases only, no cash value, not valid for tipping the staff. Make reservations by calling the Club at 415-332-7400 or go online to reservations@
These events have been very popular since we started doing them 2 months ago. Alan Choy is a truly terrific piano player that has played at many of the largest venues in the city. Everyone gets involved and the energy in the room is fabulous! Dinner service starts at 1800 hrs and the music and the festivities start at 1900 hrs, mark the date you don’t want to miss out! Reservations are a must! Please call the Club at 415-332-7400 to be sure to get a table.
Saturday May 5, 2012 – Saturday May 5, 2012
1 El Portal
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CELEBRATE AMERICAN SPIRIT &
OPENING DAY ON THE BAY
SAUSALITO YACHT CLUB
Sunday, April 29th 11 AM – 6 PM
$15 cover charge
Live music & dancing all day
Auxiliary Silent Auction
Members may invite 4 guests*
Register & purchase drink/food tickets in advance to expedite entrance
Cruise Day-Sail for Opening Day on the Bay
SYC fleet leaves club @ 9 AM for
Blessing of the Fleet in Raccoon Straits followed by
Parade of Ships along SF Waterfront
Returning to SYC @ 2 PM
*No reciprocals will be honored on opening day and vessels must be flying the SYC burgee for privileges at the club dock or bouys; 15 minutes allowed at the dock for off-loading guests
Lights, Camera, Action!
The club rolled out the red carpet for Oscar Night in February and everyone gave an Academy Award winning performance! Past-commodore and media personality Jim Gabbert — microphone in hand! –welcomed guests as they arrived and the cameras rolled. Members and guests were encouraged to dress as their favorite actor and/or glam it up, and everyone cooperated! There were a lot of tuxedos and evening gowns walking through the door, several “cast members” from The Artist (best picture) and one Girl with the Lancashire Heeler Tattoo… The event was sold out weeks in advance and no one was disappointed. In a nod to all the nominated films, the kitchen produced a delicious sit down menu featuring foods that paid tribute to the Best Picture nominations — “Descendants Macademia Nut Crusted Petrale Sole”, “Midnight in Paris Coq au Vin”, “Money Ball Short Ribs” , etc.
Saturday March 17, 2012 – Saturday March 17, 2012
- Live Music & Dancing to the beat of Robinson’s Carusos.
- Irish Buffet featuring Corned Beef & Cabbage,
- Smoked Salmon and other Emerald Isle classics.
- Green Apple Martinis & Guinness, Bagpipers and plenty of Blarney
- Irish Dance Instruction provided by Local Irish Celebrities!
$10 Cover Charge*
Recommended Attire? Green please! Slainte!