Membership

2017 Membership Application
Dues & Fees List
New Member Introduction

Weekly Skiing on Mission Bay

We ski Mission Bay year-round once a week, and twice a week during the warmer months. We provide all the equipment and helpful instruction you need.
Launcher Schedule
Directions to Crown Point
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Colorado River Trips

Spring and fall are our River Trip seasons. We take up to 25 people and two boats and ski 'til our hands are raw.
More details here
SIGN UP for a River Trip with your credit card or PayPal account.

Course Skiing on Mission Bay

We have exclusive use of the slalom course on Fiesta Island in Mission Bay one Sunday afternoon each month. Great to hone your slalom skills or to learn from scratch!
More details here

How To Contact Us

Call us at (858) 430-0299
E-mail us at convairwaterskiclub@yahoo.com

Our Boats



The Club currently owns three MasterCraft boats. All of these boats have removable barefoot booms as well as a full complement of skiing and safety equipment.

To help offset the high costs of boat ownership, Club Members volunteer their time to maintain and repair these boats, as well as keeping them clean and ready for the next event.



The Red MasterCraft (aka "Red")

Our 1991 MasterCraft Barefoot 200 is powered by a reliable 200-horsepower Yamaha outboard. This MasterCraft is outfitted with a removable Air Boom pylon for wakeboarding. We can trim up this boat to produce a great wakeboard wake, so it's the preferred boat among our wakeboarding members.


The MasterCraft (aka "TMC" or "Gray")


Our 1990 MasterCraft ProStar 200 is also powered by a 200-horsepower Yamaha outboard. This boat has a very small wake that makes it the favorite among our slalom skiers. With its inboard-style hull design, this is an excellent slalom course boat. We've also pulled many barefooters behind this boat; power is not a problem!

Why Outboards?

Experienced skiers encountering our club are often surprised to see we run outboards and not always the usual inboard rig associated with club skiing. The reason for this is simple: we take our boats to the river 10 or more times each year, and the sandbars at the river can be treacherous on an inboard.