Lovers of classic yachts will want to set aside some time on Sunday to visit Corinthian Yacht Club, on Tiburon’s Main Street, for the Master Mariners Wooden Boat Show. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., visitors will be able to view and board classic sailing yachts, meet their skippers, and hear about their histories.
Large and small vessels will be on display. The SF Feetwarmers Jazz Band will play live music, Arques School of Traditional Boatbuilding will facilitate model boat building for kids, and an outdoor bar and grill will be open for lunch.
The ticket price is $20; kids under 12 get in free when accompanied by an adult. The show is a fundraiser for the nonprofit Master Mariners Benevolent Foundation, which provides scholarships for youth sailing, wooden boat building, and maritime education. Founded in 1867, the Master Mariners Benevolent Association is devoted to the preservation of classic sailing vessels and traditional seamanship.
We’ve attended many of these shows right from the beginning and can hardly believe this is the 23rd one!