Beginning sailors, let us show you the best way to start sailing with us on the SF Bay.
View Our Basic Keelboat Course.
With us, you’ll have a good friend and trusted partner in the yachting industry.
Learn About Our Boat Ownership Program.
An OCSC membership is a terrific investment in your sailing career and social life.
Come Join the Club!
Set sail and enjoy an relaxing night out on the Bay, skippered by a professional OCSC skipper.
Sign Up For A Wednesday Night Sail
Sailing in Tahiti offers balmy easterly trade winds averaging between 15 and 20 knots throughout the year.
Find out more.
Build your team with an exciting scenic, and challenging sail to San Francisco’s Angel Island.
Book This Team Adventure
Come join OCSC for a campus tour. One of our faculty members will be happy to show you around. Use the form to schedule a visit, or feel free to just stop by!
One Spinnaker Way
Berkeley, CA 94710
Feel free to email us at email@example.com
We’re open 7 days a week from 8am to 5pm
Closed Thanksgiving and December 24 — January 1
Good to Know:
When taking the University Avenue Exit in Berkeley, beware that at 6th Street (the first light) it is illegal to make a U-Turn. You must go one block further to 7th to avoid a traffic ticket.
From San Francisco/Peninsula
From Walnut Creek/Concord
From Sacramento / Reno
From Fremont / San Jose
OCSC is fortunate in that it has one of the largest parking facilities of any sailing club. Nevertheless, the lot adjacent to the club is often full by 10am on summer weekends. If the lot is full, you and your guests are welcome to stop your cars in front of our building to unload your gear into our blue dockcarts, then park in one of the following areas:
The closest (northern-most) row to Spinnaker Way in the lot adjacent to ours. Be careful not to park in the double-length spaces designated for vehicles towing boat trailers—you will be ticketed.
Two lots over (east) from OCSC. This lot has ample spaces for cars and is only a three minute walk from OCSC.
We also ask that you please observe the fire lanes, and that you observe the Five (5) mile per hour speed limit through the boat yard and in the parking areas. The area around OCSC is a working boat yard; a number of people are present in the yard working in and around their boats, making speeding an unnecessary hazard.