Upcoming events

    • 24 Jul 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 25 Jul 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Smith Point
    Registration is closed

    Registration is Open

    For many years, starting in 2004, one of TMCA’s most favorite cruising destinations was “Spoonbill RV Park” at Smith Point. This facility pretty much got wiped off the map in 2008 by hurricane IKE, but it did come back and we continued to cruise there for perhaps three more years until shallow water issues along their long bulkhead became, sadly, a challenge we could not be overcome.

    At last year's Planning Meeting I volunteered to organize a “Full Moon Beach Party at Smith Point”, with this event planned to be on one of the many islands that exist off to the northern side of the point. On a nautical chart they are still called the "Vingt-et-un Islands" (French for “21”), even though there are probably fewer of them than that remaining these days!

    In 2020 this first-time cruise was originally planned for the full moon in June, and then, due to the virus stuff, rescheduled to the full moon in August…, with the hope of course that things might be somewhat back to “normal” by then! But then, as Covid raged on, rather than canceling the event entirely,  we opted for a modified more socially-distanced version!

    The new “plan” was to cruise over to the Smith Point area (about 11nm) and then anchor individually north of the point wherever your boat might be comfortable depth-wise (re: chart image attached)

    The weekend of the cruise there were forecasts for some bad weather, but three boats boats still did venture out (myself not included...) and just enjoyed the afternoon over there at anchor. 

    But in 2021 we are going to try it again, with the cruise plan being similar. Bring your dinghy and we will go “exploring” around the area: the “21 islands” themselves, the bigger “Bird Island” to the west of the point itself (although it is marked “no access”), Spoonbill RV Park inside the “Trinity River Channel” area at the point, and then perhaps go all the way into the pretty little “Smith Point Harbor” itself (yes folks, there is one!). Anybody can do as much, or as little, of this exploring as they wish, and then as the day wears on (and for those planning to spend the night), select the nicest of the “Vingt-et-un Islands”, go ashore, collect some driftwood (there usually is plenty there…), build a bonfire, and have a TMCA Beach Party! If there is not enough room on one island to adequately “social distance” we can even claim another one!

    One time when we were at Spoonbill, on a similar full moon weekend, we actually did some after dark dinghy exploring, and that was certainly “adventuresome” to say the least!!  So we’ll play it all by ear…, everything depending upon the weather (yes it probably will be hot!), the winds (the anchorage area is quite well-protected from winds everywhere from east to perhaps SSW), the number of participants (a sign-up page on the website will be activated on the website as we get closer to the event), to whether or not we can adequately “social distance” and still also make smores over a bonfire! (I think we can!!)

    The chart image above points out a quite large anchoring area, so there should be plenty of room for all. Predicted tide levels for the weekend are favorable for daytime arrivals, and of course we likely will be seeing higher-than-normal water levels in July anyway.

    Below is a chart with waypoints that I produced for last year's cruise.  Follow the waypoints to the general anchorage area and then just pick a location that you like.

    During spring and summer there seems to be quite a lot of anchoring-out activity at Redfish, Nassau Bay, and other locations, and so why not at Smith Point!!! Be a little bit adventurous and come explore what is, for many of you, probably a new destination!

    Please sign up on the website, and also feel free to contact me if you have questions. (713-598-6454) Additional late-breaking updates will be posted on TMCA Facebook as we get closer to the event.

    Philip Kropf

    s/v Silhouette



    • 30 Jul 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 1 Aug 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Harbor Walk
    • 1

    Harborittaville Parrothead Cruise

    July 30th and 31st

    Harbor walk Marina

    Registration is open

    Slips - $75 per night, pay the Marina when you arrive

    Friday Arrival – Stir up a batch of your favorite Margarita’s and join the group on the docks Chillin to some Buffet Music ‘  


                                   Don’t forget to wear your Parrothead Hat

    Friday Night Dinner – On your own boats   

    Saturday Morning -    Put on your Parrothead Hat and step off your         boat with a Mimosa or Bloody Mary to start the day.

    Saturday Afternoon - Come hang around the pool and join in on a        game of Volleyball!

    Saturday Dinner – On your own boats

    Saturday Evening – Join the fun for a game of toss the Parrot             Eggs!

    Sunday Morning – Leave at your liesure  

    • 7 Aug 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (CDT)
    • Kraken Sailing in Bacliff

    Brandon at Kraken Sailing is hosting a TMCA Appreciation Party with Outriggers tacos, beer, wine Kraken rum and soft drinks at his business location at 3006 Demrod St, Bacliff, TX 77518.

    Please register yourself and guests so we can get a rough headcount for the catering.  There is NO charge or costs associated with this event.

    • 14 Aug 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Clear Creek

    TMCA Dinghy run up Clear Creek is happening again on Saturday, August 14. If you were in the group last time, you'll know what fun it was to go up to Walter Hall Park in League City and have a nice picnic lunch under the oaks. If you weren't, please join us this time! We'll promptly gather on Clear Lake, just outside the entrance to South Shore Harbor marina, at 10:00a.m. It takes about an hour to get to the park at slow-ish dinghy speed. Bring all your own everything...food, beverages, picnic blankets or chairs, sunscreen, hats, lines for tying up and anything else to enjoy the day. No need to sign up...just a relaxing, no pressure kind of cruise...just show up and have fun exploring an area where big boats don't go!

    May be an image of one or more people and body of water

    • 20 Aug 2021
    • 6:00 PM (CDT)
    • Elks Lodge, 623 Hanson Road, Kemah TX

    August Monthly Meeting – Friday, 20th

    Our monthly meeting will be at the Elks Lodge, 623 Hanson Road, Kemah TX. Socializing and dinner orders will begin at 6:00 pm, and the business meeting begins at 7:00 pm, with the presentation to follow.

    Our speaker this month is Kelly Groce, angler and photojournalist with Salty Angler magazine.  Kelly will share her coastal fishing experiences and tips with us.  Also, some good locations and general knowledge about fishing and boating in the area.  She grew up in this area and has had the opportunity to fish with some of the best anglers on the coast.  See her pictures and hear her tell her amazing stories live! 

    Come early, enjoy dinner and visiting with members and guests.  Social distancing in place.  

    Be sure to wear your name badge.

    We hope to see you there!

    • 21 Aug 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Nassau Bay

    • 3 Sep 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 6 Sep 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Moody Gardens

    • 11 Sep 2021
    • (CDT)
    • El Lago

    • 17 Sep 2021
    • 6:00 PM (CDT)
    • Elks Lodge, 623 Hanson Road, Kemah TX

    September TMCA Monthly Meeting – Friday, 17th

    Our monthly meeting will be at the Elks Lodge623 Hanson Road, Kemah TX. Socializing and dinner orders will begin at 6:00 pm, and the business meeting begins at 7:00 pm, with the presentation to follow.

    Our speaker this month is Kim Sorensen, Boater Education Manager with Texas Parks and Wildlife.  She is an avid boater, paddle sport educator and outdoor enthusiast.  Kim served the as an outdoor education specialist and diversity engagement coordinator for seven years prior to starting her current position in August of 2020.  She started many new programs for community engagement and built community partnerships.

    Come early, enjoy dinner and visiting with members and guests.  Social distancing in place.  

    Be sure to wear your name badge and bring your mask.

    We hope to see you there! 

    Come early, enjoy dinner and visiting with members and guests.  Social distancing in place.  

    Be sure to wear your name badge and we hope to see you there!  

    Speaker to be confirmed soon.  

    • 18 Sep 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 19 Sep 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Redfish

    • 8 Oct 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 10 Oct 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Downtown Houston

    Allen’s Landing Cruise

    October 8-10, 2021 

    Attention all TMCA members!  We are happy to announce information for the upcoming cruise to Allen’s Landing. TMCA has been doing this cruise since at least 1998, but in those days it was a day cruise…, up and back in the same day without ever stopping, and also without any USCG permission required. After 9/11 however a Port Security Zone was created and for our 2003 cruise permission to enter the Security Zone was required. And that year it was still a day cruise, but we did however all tie up at the landing for an hour for lunch. In 2004 that year’s Cruise Captain Philip Kropf proposed that, despite the fact that there were no boater services (water and electricity) at Allen’s Landing, that we do it as a one-night overnight cruise, and 19 boats eagerly participated!! And then once it was realized that a one-night cruise did not leave very much time downtown for fun social activities, the 2005 cruise was scheduled for two nights (with 14 boats), and that is pretty much the way we have done it ever since!

    The 2021 Allen’s Landing Cruise will begin for some, that is those who are able to take an extra day off, with a short voyage up to Bayland Marina on Thursday afternoon October 7, this partly to avoid the very early wake-up call otherwise required for a Friday departure directly from Clear Lake! But for everyone else the departure for Allen’s Landing will be on Friday morning, October 8.

    All boats departing from Clear Lake will assemble on Friday, no later than 8:15am, in the open bay area west of HSC light #87, which is just below Morgan’s Point, and about 7.0nm from marker #2 in the Clear Creek channel. Actual departure from this assembly point will be at 8:30am, and the Clear Lake boats will then link up with any Bayland boats in the area of the ship channel just south of the Fred Hartman Bridge. The return leg of the cruise will begin Sunday October 10 at 10:00am. Philip Kropf is the Cruise Leader and will coordinate all logistics and communications with the Coast Guard. And the name of the Social Events Coordinator for the weekend should be announced soon.

    Interest in this annual TMCA cruise is usually very high and thus applications will be taken on a “first come, first serve” basis. Due to docking limitations, the flotilla is limited to 22 powerboats All boats will need to be able to pass under a 25ft high bridge at the HSC Turning Basin, and also be capable of running at 8 knots, although our actual speed cruising through the port is usually somewhere between 6 and 7 knots. Since the route to Allen’s Landing passes through the security-restricted Port of Houston, this is a trip we can only make with permission from the Coast Guard. TMCA makes this cruise only once each year, and it truly is a privilege to be able to travel through the Houston Ship Channel and dock at Allen’s Landing, the birthplace of Houston 185 years ago in 1836! (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen%27s_Landing) Allen’s Landing is located at 1001 Commerce St. in downtown Houston, just east of the Main Street viaduct. For more location information, go to:  www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WMRD6.

    Bayland Marina on Thursday, October 7. (optional)

    On the Sign-up Form please note if you want a slip at Bayland. (www.baylandmarina.com) The Cruise Leader will help coordinate generally with Bayland management, but actual slip reservations with the marina will need to be made by each boat captain. Since boats going to Bayland will probably arrive at various times during the afternoon and evening, no specific dinner arrangements are planned.

    Departure at 8:30am on Friday October 8 from the designated assembly area.

    The Coast Guard requires us to stay in a single line while transiting the Port, and line-up assignments will allow us to arrive in proper docking order. The Cruise Leader will create and distribute a line-up order list to assign each boat a spot in the line-up. It is each captain’s responsibility to find their assigned place in line and then to maintain that position throughout the trip at every point between the Hartman Bridge and Allen’s Landing. By Coast Guard requirement, all boats must fly a TMCA burgee. The trip from the Hartman Bridge to Allen’s Landing should take about 4 ½ hours. Docking space is very limited at Allen’s Landing, and prior to the cruise, the Cruise Leader will distribute a docking plan which corresponds to the line-up assignments. More detailed notes and guidelines for boat captains will be distributed later after the flotilla is set. Depending upon the number of boats participating, double, and even triple, rafting will probably be required!


    Weekend activities: As this is write-up is being posted it is too early to be able to list the weekend’s activities, but in the past they have included such things as, after our arrival, a Downtown Tunnel Tour & Pub Check, and then on Friday evening a Dock Party, sometimes with live music, at the landing.

    For Saturday there is usually planned a morning dinghy exploration up Buffalo Bayou, sometimes getting as far upstream as Memorial Park. And for many years our weekend downtown has coincided (and it will again this time) with the “Bayou City Art Festival”, and folks have always enjoyed browsing this event and buying art. Other year’s activities have included a major Pub Tour on Saturday afternoon, and other folks have sometimes ridden the Metro train out to the Museum District to tour establishments there. Saturday evenings have sometimes included dinner for the entire group at a downtown restaurant (one year a restaurant even hired Kelly McGuire to entertain us!), and other times just small groups going off to eat on their own. The Social Coordinator will have to make that decision as to what we do this year, but either way it will for sure be fun!

    And the final social activity is usually a shared Breakfast on the Landing prior to our departure on Sunday morning. These tentative events, and perhaps others, will get finalized as we get closer to the cruise weekend, and information will get posted and publicized on the website and our facebook page. And so stay tuned for this information as it gets released.

    Other Trip Logistics:

    Fixed costs of the trip will be divided among all participating boats. Based upon past experience, the amount should be approximately $100.00, and it goes to the cost of overnight security by an off-duty HPD officer, a porta-potty rental fee, the Friday evening musical entertainment, and other miscellaneous costs. The actual number of boats participating will determine the final cost, and so we really won’t know this until we have a pretty definitive list of boats wishing to participate sometime after the start of registration. (Some changes have taken place since previous cruises and so details of exactly how and when you will need to make your payment have not yet been fully determined.) Note however to passengers & crew: Please be prepared to split the trip cost with the captain of your vessel, but it is left up to the individual captains to determine how best to split these fixed costs, and any possible additional ones such as fuel.


    Registration for this cruise will be a two-step process:

    1) A website sign-up (similar to other TMCA cruise sign-ups) will begin at 8:00pm on August 15, 2021. This website sign-up will give the organizers a pretty quick idea of how many boats want to do this cruise, but each boat will NOT however actually have a confirmed place in the lineup until they have submitted all of the required boat and crew information by the scheduled deadline. But the order in which you sign-up on the website is important, especially if we exceed the limit on the number of boats. (There will be a wait list as necessary.)

    2) Then to complete your registration the captain of each boat will be responsible for e-mailing their fully-completed Sign-up Form to Philip Kropf at pkropf@flash.net.  ( Note: The Sign-up Form will be made available a week or so prior to the Aug 15 date.)  Philip will keep the information on the forms confidential and will be the only person to have access to the Coast Guard-required driver’s license numbers and dates of birth.  It will be up to each boat captain to collect the required information from their passengers/crew. Only fully-completed forms will be accepted to hold a place on the trip. And “completed” means having ALL of the blanks filled in on the Sign-up Form! (If additional passengers/crew (see below) get added/assigned to your vessel, we will capture their information later.)

    Important Note: Even if you are not 100% sure at this point of your intent to participate in this cruise (and similarly, for any of your passengers/crew), it is preferable to go ahead and sign-up now, and then if you must, withdraw later, or delete crew as applicable. The Coast Guard needs time to review all of the required information, and it is easier for all concerned to later delete a boat, or people, than it is to add them.

    A preliminary submission to the Coast Guard will be made on September 13 of those signed up at that point, and so that is the first deadline that you must meet. In the past we have tried to make that submission 85-90% complete, and so it would be great if we can have most of our sign-ups completed by then. A final submission to the CG however will be made on September 27There can be no additions of either boats, or people, after the September 27 date, although boats and crew can be deleted if circumstances dictate that.

    NOTE:There will be a Captain’s Meeting at 6:00pm prior to the TMCA General Meeting on September 17. This is for everyone already signed up, and also for anyone still wanting to participate. Please do your best to attend this meeting in order that we can get lots of questions asked and answered. More information, with lots of additional details, will however be sent to each fully signed-up participant via email between now and departure time. If you have any questions on any of this material, particularly those of you who have not previously made this trip, please do give the Cruise Leader a call.


    For those who sailors, or otherwise power-boatless TMCA’ers, who would like to participate in this Allen’s Landing adventure, but need some options, here are some:

    1. If you are friends with a TMCA powerboat owner you can sign up directly with them, but make sure that they collect the required USCG information from you and then send that information to me.

    Or..., if you do not know a powerboater, sign up if you would like to ride inbound (Friday), or outbound (Sunday), or both ways, by e-mailing Philip at pkropf@flash.net . In your e-mail provide the Coast Guard-required sign-up info of your name (as it appears on your driver's license), your 8-digit TDL number, and your birthdate. Once we have the list of participating boats, we will see who might have room for you to ride along with them. (You can have a car parked downtown near Allen’s Landing, or stay at the hotel.)            

    2. Drive downtown and party with us on the Landing for the Friday Dock Party, or at any other time during the weekend. 

    3. In the past we have usually been able to reserve a block of reduced-rate rooms at a downtown hotel, and will probably be able to do that again. And depending upon the hotel it will probably be easily accessible via the Metro train on the Main Street viaduct above Allen’s Landing.

    IMPORTANT FULL DISCLOSURE NOTE: As mentioned above, we are able to do this cruise only with the approval of the USCG, and we always need to be on our very best behavior when doing it so as to not cause any issues when passing through the Port (both inside of and outside of the Security Zone).

    Also…, please note that at any point the CG can stop this cruise! This could be for several reasons, amongst which could be dangerous weather conditions (like strong currents in Buffalo Bayou or the HSC), some kind of a security incident within the Port, a channel closure due to a ship or tow collision or allision, and such a cancellation could conceivably happen even if we were already out on the water and underway! And several years ago there was even a situation where Houston Yacht Club boats had to stay at the landing for an extra 3 days due to a major HSC closure.

    ONE OTHER POINT: This is a very complicated cruise to organize and have it come off successfully! And just like with this initial website cruise announcement, there is a LOT of information to read and digest!! Please do read this posting, and also all other documents which you will receive, as hopefully most questions will be answered by doing so. Thank you!!!

    So sign up for this cruise on the website on August 15, and then finish your registration as soon as possible by e-mailing your completed Sign-up form to Philip by the listed deadline. And then make sure that your boat is running in tip-top form and get ready for a great October weekend on the water at a very special cruising destination. 

    After a Covid-required hiatus for this event in 2020, we are looking forward to a really great Allen’s Landing Cruise in 2021!!

    Philip Kropf, Cruise Leader, 713-598-6454, pkropf@flash.net 

    Social Coordinator: to be announced

    Allen's Landing "Not-su-oh" Festival in 1910.

    TMCA at Allen's Landing - October 2015

    • 15 Oct 2021
    • 6:00 PM (CDT)
    • Elks Lodge, 623 Hanson Road, Kemah TX

    TMCA October Monthly Meeting – Friday, 15th

    Our monthly meeting will be at the Elks Lodge, 623 Hanson Road, Kemah TX. Socializing and dinner orders will begin at 6:00 pm, and the business meeting begins at 7:00 pm, with the presentation to follow.

    Come early, enjoy dinner and visiting with members and guests.  Our speaker this month will be Captain Lindsay Price with G & H Towing.  She will be telling us about her experience as a tow boat captain.

    Be sure to wear your name badge and we hope to see you there!  

    Speaker to be confirmed soon.  

    • 16 Oct 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (CDT)
    • Wendy and John Ellor's house

    • 21 Oct 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 24 Oct 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Harvest Moon Regatta

    • 29 Oct 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 31 Oct 2021
    • (CDT)
    • Job Beason Park

    • 5 Nov 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (CDT)
    • Railean Distillery

    Hosted by Shannon Edmonson

    • 12 Nov 2021
    • (CST)
    • 14 Nov 2021
    • (CST)
    • Lake Charles

    More info to come along with Length of cruise

    • 19 Nov 2021
    • 6:00 PM (CST)
    • Elks Lodge, 623 Hanson Road, Kemah TX

    November Monthly Meeting – Friday, 19th

    Our monthly meeting will be at the Elks Lodge623 Hanson Road, Kemah TX. Socializing and dinner orders will begin at 6:00 pm, and the business meeting begins at 7:00 pm, with the presentation to follow.

    Come early, enjoy dinner and visiting with members and guests.  Our speakers will be TMCA members Mindy and John Davis.  They will be telling us about their adventures bringing their boat to Clear Lake and some valuable lessons learned along the way.  Hear his and her views of this exciting adventure.  

    Be sure to wear your name badge and we hope to see you there!  

    Speaker to be confirmed soon.  

    • 26 Nov 2021
    • (CST)
    • 28 Nov 2021
    • (CST)
    • Pasture - ?

    • 3 Dec 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (CST)
    • Blue Dolphin Marina

    • 11 Dec 2021
    • (CST)
    • Kemah Boardwalk

    • 18 Dec 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 11:30 PM (CST)
    • LYC

    • 30 Dec 2021
    • (CST)
    • 1 Jan 2022
    • (CST)
    • Moody Gardens

Past events

24 Jul 2021 Celebration of Life for Wayne Christopher
17 Jul 2021 Dock Party - Ice Cream Social
16 Jul 2021 TMCA Meeting
9 Jul 2021 Cruise to Oak Island and Frascone Winery “Music on the Bayou II” - Cruise Leader: Philip Kropf
2 Jul 2021 4th of July Moody Gardens Cruise - Cruise Leader, Summer Rice
25 Jun 2021 Texas Outlaw Challenge Cruise, Bayland - Cruise Leader, Philip Kropf
25 Jun 2021 Texas Outlaw - Harbor Walk
19 Jun 2021 WOW Cruise to Never Never Land- Cruise leader, Jean Mason
19 Jun 2021 TMCA Member Birthday Party
18 Jun 2021 TMCA Meeting
12 Jun 2021 Impromptu Rendezvous
4 Jun 2021 Hurricane Stay Away! Dock Party - Lakewood Yacht Club
30 May 2021 Dinner on the Strand - Part of the Memorial Day Moody Cruise
30 May 2021 Shuttle for Dinner on the strand - Part of Memorial Day Moody Cruise
29 May 2021 Bayland - O'Neal's Sportsbar - Wendy and Lamy Chopin
28 May 2021 Memorial Day Cruise to Moody - Cruise Leader Ken & Kelly Hutchinson
23 May 2021 TMCA Founder & First Commodore Tom Smith Burial at Sea
22 May 2021 Women on the Water
21 May 2021 TMCA Meeting
15 May 2021 Follow the Leader and Cruise Around the Bay
10 May 2021 Clear Creek Channel Closure Schedule
7 May 2021 Dock Party - Waterford Harbor Pavillion B
7 May 2021 San Bernard Mouth and River Cruise May 7th - 16th, Cruise Leader Adrian Vuyk
25 Apr 2021 53rd Annual Blessing of the Fleet
24 Apr 2021 Fish Fry
16 Apr 2021 TMCA Meeting
10 Apr 2021 Kayak Buffalo Bayou
9 Apr 2021 Dock Party - Valdo's Seafood House
2 Apr 2021 Easter Cruise to Moody Gardens- Cruise leader, Wendy/Lamy Chopin
2 Apr 2021 Alternate Easter Cruise, Job Beason/Double Bayou - Cruise Leader Philip Kropf
27 Mar 2021 TMCA Flea Market - Mike Rooney
26 Mar 2021 TMCA Meeting
19 Mar 2021 Cedar Bayou - Cruise Leader - Adrian Vuyk
13 Mar 2021 Dock party at Cabo Bar and Grill
5 Mar 2021 Cruise to Moody now Anchor out at Redfish
27 Feb 2021 23rd Annual Clear Creek Clean-Up
26 Feb 2021 TMCA Meeting
13 Feb 2021 Mardi Gras Party
6 Feb 2021 Yachty Gras
5 Feb 2021 Dock Party at Schafer's Bar & Grille
30 Jan 2021 Planning Meeting
16 Jan 2021 Orientation Meeting
15 Jan 2021 TMCA Meeting
19 Dec 2020 Commodore's Ball
18 Dec 2020 Dock Party
12 Dec 2020 Christmas Boat Parade
20 Nov 2020 TMCA Meeting
30 Oct 2020 Halloween Cruise to Double Bayou
24 Oct 2020 GBCA/TMCA/Sailing Angels Regatta
23 Oct 2020 Allen's Landing Cruise to downtown Houston CANCELLED
23 Oct 2020 Fall Fling Fundraiser For Lake Charles Yacht Club
17 Oct 2020 Fall Cruise - Cedar Bayou
16 Oct 2020 TMCA Meeting
12 Oct 2020 Down Coast Cruise
10 Oct 2020 Wine Tasting Party
3 Oct 2020 Clear Creek Dinghy Expedition
2 Oct 2020 October Dock Party-Carlos Beer Gardens CANCELLED
2 Oct 2020 Freeport Triangle Cruise
26 Sep 2020 Red Fish Kit Fest
19 Sep 2020 Party Like a Pirate Pub Crawl
11 Sep 2020 Magical Mystery Cruise to GYB
5 Sep 2020 Labor Day Cruise - Moody Gardens
4 Sep 2020 Dock Party
28 Aug 2020 TMCA Meeting
22 Aug 2020 Nassau Bay Anchor Out
8 Aug 2020 Shell Beach Anchor Out
7 Aug 2020 Dock Party
24 Jul 2020 TMCA Meeting
10 Jul 2020 Harbor Walk Cruise
3 Jul 2020 Red, White and Blues Brothers Cruise - Moody Gardens
28 Jun 2020 Blessing of the Fleet
27 Jun 2020 Outlaw Challenge Cruise to Bayland Marina
26 Jun 2020 Texas Outlaw Challenge Cruise to HarborWalk
24 Jun 2020 Texas Outlaw Challenge
20 Jun 2020 Sailing Angels Summer Sailstice
19 Jun 2020 TMCA Meeting
12 Jun 2020 Sailing Angels Dock Party
5 Jun 2020 Full Strawberry Moon
3 Jun 2020 HYC Womens Sailing Camp
29 May 2020 San Bernard River Anchor Out
29 May 2020 San Bernard River Anchor Out
22 May 2020 Memorial Day Cruise - Moody Gardens
16 May 2020 Vino e Vela - Wine and Sail Cruise in Italy
15 May 2020 Monthly Meeting
5 May 2020 Cinco de Mayo
2 May 2020 Keels and Wheels
2 May 2020 Mermaid Regatta
1 May 2020 Dock Party
18 Apr 2020 Corona Dinghy Cruise
18 Apr 2020 Men Who Sew
10 Apr 2020 Easter Cruise - Double Bayou
10 Apr 2020 Easter Cruise - Moody Gardens
10 Apr 2020 Easter Cruise - Double Bayou
8 Apr 2020 Full Pink Moon
3 Apr 2020 Dock Party
2 Apr 2020 Allen's Landing
28 Mar 2020 Buffalo Bayou Kayak Trip
28 Mar 2020 Buffalo Bayou Kayak Trip
27 Mar 2020 American Great Loop Cruising Association
27 Mar 2020 American Great Loop Association
20 Mar 2020 Freeport Cruise
17 Mar 2020 St. Patrick's Day
9 Mar 2020 Full Worm Moon
8 Mar 2020 Daylight Savings Starts
7 Mar 2020 Cedar Bayou Cruise
6 Mar 2020 Dock Party
29 Feb 2020 Bayland Cruise
29 Feb 2020 Recreational Boater Workshop
22 Feb 2020 National Margarita Day
21 Feb 2020 Monthly Meeting
15 Feb 2020 Yachty Gras Boat Parade
15 Feb 2020 Mardi Gras Party Bus
15 Feb 2020 Mardi Gras Party
14 Feb 2020 Mardi Gras Cruise
14 Feb 2020 Mardi Gras Cruise Social Events
1 Feb 2020 Groundhog Day Dock Party
25 Jan 2020 Member Orientation
25 Jan 2020 Bunko Night
18 Jan 2020 Yachty Gras Kick Off Party
17 Jan 2020 Monthly Meeting
11 Jan 2020 Annual Planning Meeting
31 Dec 2019 New Year's Eve Cruise
21 Dec 2019 Deck the hulls with lights & buoys
7 Dec 2019 Commodore's Ball
6 Dec 2019 Dock Party
22 Nov 2019 French Picnic
16 Nov 2019 Redfish Kite Fest
15 Nov 2019 Monthly Meeting
8 Nov 2019 Chilly Chili Cruise
1 Nov 2019 Dock Party
25 Oct 2019 Allen's Landing
18 Oct 2019 Monthly Meeting
5 Oct 2019 Wine Tasting
4 Oct 2019 Dock Party
28 Sep 2019 40th Anniversary Party
19 Sep 2019 Monthly Meeting
14 Sep 2019 Dinghy Duck Shootout, Pool & Potluck Dinner
13 Sep 2019 Harborwalk Cruise
13 Sep 2019 Dock Party
6 Sep 2019 Dock Party
31 Aug 2019 Sylvan Beach Exploration Cruise
31 Aug 2019 Labor Day Cruise to Moody Gardens
24 Aug 2019 Sandcastle Cruise
17 Aug 2019 Clear Creek Dinghy Exploration
16 Aug 2019 Monthly Meeting
9 Aug 2019 Meteor Cruise
3 Aug 2019 Bayland Cruise
2 Aug 2019 Railean Rum Dock Party
27 Jul 2019 Bayland Cruise
26 Jul 2019 Ladies Fishing Trip
19 Jul 2019 Monthly Meeting
13 Jul 2019 Nassau Bay Raft Up
6 Jul 2019 Anchor Extravangza
5 Jul 2019 Tacos and Togas Dock Party
28 Jun 2019 Cruise to Bayland & O'Neals Pub
22 Jun 2019 Summer Sailstice Cruise
15 Jun 2019 Dinghy Poker Run
7 Jun 2019 Galveston Art Walk Cruise
24 May 2019 Memorial Weekend Moody Gardens
18 May 2019 Cruise to O'Neals Pub and Bayland
17 May 2019 Monthly Meeting
3 May 2019 Spring Fling
27 Apr 2019 Spring Fling Skipper's Meeting
19 Apr 2019 Monthly Meeting
19 Apr 2019 Easter Cruise - Double Bayou
19 Apr 2019 Easter Cruise Moody Gardens
6 Apr 2019 Nautical Flea Market
5 Apr 2019 Dock Party
30 Mar 2019 Kayak Buffalo Bayou
22 Mar 2019 Doc's Fish Fry
15 Mar 2019 St. Patty's Weekend Cedar Bayou
9 Mar 2019 Women on the Water
2 Mar 2019 Mardi Gras Party
1 Mar 2019 Mardi Gras Cruise
23 Feb 2019 Yachty Gras
16 Feb 2019 Noah's Ark Bar and Grill
15 Feb 2019 Monthly Meeting
9 Feb 2019 Jewelry Class
1 Feb 2019 Ground Hog Day Dock Party
26 Jan 2019 Member Orientation
26 Jan 2019 Bunco
18 Jan 2019 Monthly Meeting
12 Jan 2019 Planning Meeting

PO Box 946
Kemah, TX 77565

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software