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There's still time for camp fun

We have been having an incredible summer with lots of great weather, warm water, and lots of fun memories. There are still a few weeks of summer camp left before it's time for school, and you can even save 10% with our Back-To-School special!

MBAC bids farewell to a man who contributed so much

The world recently said goodbye to man whose contributions have helped shape MBAC in many ways. On June 21, Bruce Rifkin died at age 58 due to complications from multiple sclerosis after putting up a tough fight.

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MBAC Closed November 11 & November 21-28

Happy Thanksgiving written in sand


The Mission Bay Aquatic Center will be closed November 11 for Veteran's Day & November 21-28 for Thanksgiving break. No classes are scheduled for these days. We will reopen for classes and rentals on Saturday, November 12 & Tuesday, November 29th at 8:00am. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Liquid Force product demo November 4

liquid Force Demo Day poster


Liquid Force and Mission Bay Aquatic Center are proud to announce the Liquid Force Demo Day on, Friday, November 4th from 8am - 4pm where you can check out the new 2012 gear. With the holiday season just around the corner, now is a great time to get it on your Christmas list and stock up for next summer! Wakesports Unlimited, an official Liquid Force dealer, will also be on hand to take care of all your retail needs. Liquid Force team rider Tim Walters will also be on hand to strap on a board, get behind the boat and inspire you to go big in 2012!

Students who are in wakeboarding classes on Friday are invited to try out the new equipment and there will be a limited amount of spots for non-registered students to take a ride on a first-come first served basis.

Come on down and check out all the latest and greatest that Liquid Force has to offer in 2012. See you on the water!

From the SDSU Newscenter-Students LEEDing the Way to Green Buildings

MBAC solar array and SDSU NewsCenter logo


SDSU students are leading the way when it comes to making the campus more sustainable and a recently chartered student organization is a prime example. Students with the United States Green Building Council chapter are knee-deep in the first of many projects intended to make the university more environmentally friendly. The U.S. Green Buildings Council student chapter is pursuing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold Certification or higher for the Mission Bay Aquatic Center.

Read the article at the SDSU NewsCenter >>

Special one weekend sailing classes are a great opportunity for busy schedules

Basic Sailor landing at the dock


In today’s busy world it can be very difficult to find the time to do the things you want to do. It’s not unusual for us to hear a person say that they would love to learn to sail but just can’t seem to find two consecutive weekends to get started. Search no more. This month we are offering a few classes that are normally offered over the course of four-sessions in a two-session (one weekend) format.

Due to the Thanksgiving break closure we are offering several classes that normally meet over two weekends compacted down to just one weekend meeting November 19-20. You will still receive the same amount of instruction and practice time distributed over two full-days (a morning and afternoon session) rather than over the course of four half-days. This is a great opportunity for students who have a tough time being available for two consecutive weekends.

Classes being offered at the special compacted schedule are Basic Sailing, Advanced Sailing, and Basic Keelboat Sailing. We are also offering a special session of Keelboat Sailing Level II that is scheduled to meet in the morning 9am-1pm rather than during the standard 1pm-4pm time slot.

Be sure to take advantage of this special opportunity to start sailing.