Paul Jones

Paul Jones began a very shaky sailing career on the lakes of Ohio and Michigan in his youth. Transformation occurred when he moved to San Francisco in 1970 where he began sailing every chance he could get. From there, he went to France and became a sailing instructor for two seasons at the French sailing Read More »

Randy Rose

Randy grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and has always loved being on the water. In his early days, he enjoyed speedboats, houseboats and jet skis on the SF Bay and nearby delta and lakes. In 2003, a friend was a member of Club Nautique and told him he should check it out. Read More »

Steve Ingram

From the age of 8 Steve Ingram knew that his life’s passion would include being on the water. In pursuit of this, he has accumulated more time sailing and powerboating than most people spend in commute traffic in their lifetimes! Early on he began sailing on El Toros, Sunfish and Lasers. His love of sailing Read More »

Rod Witel

Growing up in NJ, Rod learned to sail on a Caribbean vacation in Antigua in the mid 1980’s. With the sailing seed firmly sown Rod honed his skills sailing catamarans and daysailers from Key West FL to Martha’s Vineyard, MA. After moving to California in 1996 Rod only occasionally sailed the SF Bay until joining Read More »

Dave Scott

In 2003, David joined club Nautique as an ultimate member, he took classes from power boating up through coastal passage making and many of the clinics. He shortly after went on for his coast guard license and began working as an instructor for Club Nautique. David has sailed and motored extensively around Florida, the Keys, Read More »

Thomas Perry

Thomas’ initial exposure to boating was as a kid in Michigan on power boats and many days standing by the shore dreaming of one day becoming a skipper. His love for the water originally brought him to the world of Scuba Diving for the last 27 yrs of which he holds the certification of Dive Read More »

Arnstein Mustad

Arnstein spent the summers of his youth working 20-hour days aboard fishing trawlers in the rough North Atlantic off the coast of Iceland. Realizing that this was not “yachting” he then turned his attention to various small sail and powerboats throughout the 1980’s. Later he joined Club Nautique as a member and continued his US Read More »

Joe Brandt

Joe learned how to sail in 1976 at Lake Merritt in Oakland, California on El Toro sailboats. He sailed on the Bay with friends and family and joined a sailing club in the Oakland Estuary. He then joined Club Nautique. While he was a member of Club Nautique he and his wife did bareboat charters Read More »