PowerTime San Francisco Bay will have their Hunter 41DS, “The Other Woman”, in the water at the West Coast’s biggest powerboat show of the year. Strictly Sail is held at the Jack London Square waterfront in Oakland from April 15-19. You can talk with Lisa Chapin, the Owner and Operator of the San Francisco boating base and come aboard the yacht at slip #65 in the show. Get a free can cooler just for stopping bye and saying hi!
This annual sailors right-of-passage makes viewing of all the current popular powerboats and a myriad of sailor paraphernalia very simple work with so much to see in one place. But when it comes right down to it, why keep dreaming about boating when you could be doing it this year with PowerTime? The San Francisco Hunter 41DS is normally docked conveniently for Member usage, at Pier 39, close to the Financial District and all of the city’s neighborhoods. Other boats in the PowerTime boating fleet at San Francisco Bay include a Hunter 36 in Emeryville and a Hunter 38 in Sausalito. So, wherever you are in the bay, there is a PowerTime yacht near you. And unlike nearly every other boating club in the bay, you just pay a monthly flat fee to sail as little or as much as you like. There is nothing else like PowerTime, with over 40 bases operating in North America and Europe, including additional California bases in San Diego, Newport Beach and at Channel Islands Harbor in Ventura County.
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