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Marina Classes for July

Marina Classes are free to CVM tenants and members of CG Auxiliary and US Power Squadron. For all others there is a $10 fee.

For more information call the Marina Office at 619-691-1860.


July 7 | 9 am - 5 pm

About Boating Safety - Cost: $35
This class has it all in an exciting, in-depth boating safety course. This class will also give you the knowledge needed to obtain a boat license or safety certification in many states. Best of all, many boat insurance companies will offer discounts to boaters who successfully complete this course. Topics include: Boating Law, Safety Equipment, Safe Boating, Navigation, Boating Problems, Protecting your Boat and Fishing, Water-Skiing and River Boating. Instructor Bill Anderson U.S. Guard Auxiliary. Limited space, call 619-922-0231 or email wgander1@hotmail.com for reservations.

July 28 | 9 - 11 am

Suddenly in Command - Cost $35
How to be prepared with the basics in case of an emergency. The Captain becomes incapacitated or falls overboard; you’ve purchased a new boat and stepped on board for the first time. You are “Suddenly in Command.” This course will prepare those who are not usually at the helm for a variety of emergency situations. Instructor: Bill Anderson - U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary 114. Space is limited so call for your reservation now at 619-922-0231 or email wgander1@hotmail.com.


We will have a series of sailing movies every Wednesday at 7 pm in the Marina Room during the month of July. After the movies there will be a short discussion period. Come and join us as we journey with others.

In the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship, Essex, was assaulted by something no one could believe - a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The real-life maritime disaster would inspire Herman Melville’s Moby Dick . But that told only half the story. “In the Heart of the Sea” reveals the encounter’s harrowing aftermath, as the ship’s surviving crew is pushed to their limits and forced to do the unthinkable to stay alive. Braving storms, starvation, panic and despair, the men will call into question their deepest beliefs, from the value of their lives to the morality of their trade, as their captain searches for direction on the open sea and his first mate still seeks to bring the great whale down.

(Wed) July 11 | ENCOUNTERS AT THE END OF THE WORLD - This is a charming documentary about the wondrous beauty of Antarctica and the quirky people who do research and other work there. Of the several other documentary films of Werner Herzog's I've enjoyed (The White Diamond, Grizzly Man, and Cave of Forgotten Dreams), this is my favorite - consistently entertaining, humorous, poignant, and starkly and pristinely beautiful, along with an interesting soundtrack by Henry Kaiser and David Lindley.

(Wed) July 18 | FOOL’S GOLD - Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey re-team on the big screen for this adventurous tale about a treasure-hunting couple whose eight-year quest for the ultimate prize has left them flat broke and fresh out of gas. Finn has sadly neglected his marriage to his loving wife, Tess (Hudson). Tess has grown tired of the hunt, and now she's looking to start her life anew by going to work on the massive yacht of globetrotting billionaire Nigel Honeycutt (Donald Sutherland).

(Wed) July 25 | THE MAN WHO SUED GOD - Australian comedy film starring Billy Connolly and Judy Davis and directed by Mark Joffe . Billy Connolly plays Steve Myers, a lawyer who became a fisherman from frustration. When his one piece of property, his boat, is struck by lightning and destroyed, he is denied insurance because it’s an “Act of God”. Frustrated that his claim is repeatedly declined, Steve files a claim against God, naming church officials as representatives of God and thereby the respondents. The church leaders, their respective lawyers and their insurance company get together to find a way to settle this dilemma, which catches the fancy of the media. It is in court that God's representatives will have to admit that the destruction of Steve's fishing boat was actually God's Act, accept and compensate him, or deny it altogether thereby denying God's existence, leaving the onus on Steve to prove his claim.

Social Events


June 29-July 5

We might not have fireworks in the South Bay, but the Resort and Marina is making sure that the long Independence Day week is the best ever.

Friday, June 29 | KARAOKE FRIDAY - We are kicking of the weekend with our first Karaoke Friday of the Summer Season at 4:30 pm in the Sunset Pavilion. Be sure to brush off your pipes and get ready to welcome us all with your best karaoke songs.

Saturday, June 30 | IT’S AN OUTDOOR MOVIE - Join in the Sunset Pavilion at Sunset, yes Sunset – We’ll be playing Jumanji on the large outdoor movie screen. Don’t forget to bring your comfy chair.

Sunday, July 1 | FAMILY GAME CHALLENGE WITH GIANT JENGA - Bring your mad stacking and balancing skills to the Sunset Pavilion as we’ll be throwing down the challenge to find out who is the best Jenga player. The grandmaster will get a special treat!

Monday, July 2 | HOLIDAY CONCERT WITH LOCAL FAVORITE - TRADE WINDS - Local favorite Trade Winds will dazzle you with their dynamic, high energy classic rock of the 60’s and 70’s. This is going to be a rockin’ party you don’t want to miss! There will be a no-host bar, and The Taco Man will be back by popular demand serving up his famous Mexican-style $2 Street Tacos. Join us in the Sunset Pavilion from 5-8 pm for a great time. We had booked The Eagles Experience for this concert, but due to unforeseen circumstances, they cancelled. We are sure Trade Winds will bring all your favorite tunes and lots of energy for the concert!

Tuesday, July 3 | 2ND ANNUAL LIGHTED BIKE PARADE - All week long we have been preparing your bikes, scooters, etc. for the Second Annual Lighted Bike Parade. Marissa and her crew from “Light Me Up Safety Lights” will be coming to help everyone get set up starting on July 1st. Then, after our Tuesday night Happy Hour, she’ll be here one more time to put on those final touches and then it’s time to get the party started! It is sure a sight to see eveyone riding their lighted bikes through the resort!

Wednesday, July 4 | FAMILY PICNIC - Free Popcorn, Hot Dogs and Snow Cones along with the Infinite Obstacle Course. There will be something for everyone. Noon to 3 pm in the Sunset Pavilion.

Wednesday, July 4th | “BIG BAY BOOM” - This is a spactacular fireworks display off five different barges on San Diego Bay, and all will be simultaneous timed and simulcast to local radio stations. Our suggestion is to take the San Diego Red Trolley to Seaport Village.
Wednesday, July 4th | SAIL ABOARD THE BILL OF RIGHTS for a close-up view of the Big Bay Boom. For more details and reservations, call 619-500-2419.

Thursday, July 5 | FAMILY GAME CHALLENGE WITH GIANT HUMAN FOOSBALL TOURNAMENT - We’ll be bringing in an inflatable foosball court. You’ll need to set up teams of 5 for this awesome agility challenge. The winner of the tournament will win a special treat!

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Events at a Glance


Saturday, January 13 - Join us for the first of our Concert on the Green as George James will be here to entertain us at the Sunset Pavilion from 4 to 6 pm - it’s sure to be a great show!

Sunday, February 4 - Super Bowl Game & Guacamole Contest - Enjoy fellow fans and watch the game on our big screen TV. Root for your team, munch on tortilla chips and hot dogs and enjoy the different Guacamole Styles.

Friday, February 9 - Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies -  Join us in the Courtyard to watch the ceremonies on the big screen TV. Join in with fans and watch the games on our big screen TV. Root for your favorite athletes and watch them compete for the gold medal.


Saturday, February 17 - Concert on the Green, Trade Winds - You won’t want to miss this fun-filled Concert on the Green. Local band Trade Winds will be entertaining us from 4-6 pm in the Sunset Pavilion.

EASTER AND SPRING BREAK | March 26 - April 1

Join us for a full week of Games, Movies and Different Kid’s Activities all week ending with our Kidfest and Easter Egg-stravagaza.

Saturday, May 5 - Marine Gear Swap Meet - Cinco de Mayo celebration. Shop 'til you drop and discover many unique marine treasures any sane boater can’t do without. Taco Man tacos, Galley breakfast, music, and fair-like atmosphere makes this a must see—and admission is free. 7 am-noon.


Friday, May 25 - Live music Friday in the Courtyard with George James at our Welcome Happy Hour.

Saturday, May 26 - You’ll want to join us for our late afternoon Concert on the Green with the Elm Street Band for some Classic Rock n’ Roll. They have been referred to as “The World's Greatest Garage/Surf Band” and were written up in the Long Beach Press-Telegram as “the soundtrack for the City of Long Beach, playing at events all over town.” The Elm Street Band has been performing for audiences all over Southern California since 1988. Check them out at www.elmstreetband.com and you’ll see their high energy and hear their great sounds. Bring your dancing shoes. Concert is 5pm – 8pm Saturday, 5/26 at the RV Sunset Pavilion. We are going to have the taco man and his crew all set up, so sit back relax, enjoy the music and even better - there is no need to cook dinner! The Concert is free to CVM tenants.

Saturday, June 2 - Hobie Classic - This is the 46th Hobie Classis, a 2-day regatta right off the beach in front of the RV Resort. Free event followed by a dinner dance held Saturday night in the Sunset Pavilion (nominal dinner fee by event producers).

JULY 4th WEEK | June 29-July 6

Join us for the July 4th Holiday Week and build Family Memories

Saturday, June 30 - Outdoor Movie in the Sunset Pavilion.

Sunday, July 1 - Old-fashioned family fun tournament of Giant Jenga in the Sunset Pavilion.

Monday, July 2 -  Concert on the Green from 5-8 pm at the RV Sunset Pavilion.  THE EAGLES EXPERIENCE" is a four piece Eagles tribute band from Southern California, where the Original Eagles formed. Band leader, DAVID LOGEMAN, has had a long career performing and recording with many of the biggest acts in classic rock including Frank Zappa, Three Dog Night, the Temptations, Bette Midler, and the Beach Boys. Along the way, David has met up with great singers who perform with members of the Eagles. David has partnered with Chris Farmer, who sings in the current band for Timothy B. Schmit, the bassist for the Eagles. David & Chris have formed "The Eagles Experience" which also includes singers from the bands of the Eagles guitarist, Don Felder, and also original Eagles member, Randy Meisner. 

Wednesday, July 4 - We’ll start this day of celebration with a patriotic parade followed by a family picnic with free popcorn, snow cones and, of course, hot dogs.

Thursday, July 5 - Old-fashioned family fun tournament of Bear Pong in the Sunset Pavilion.


This is our 7th Annual It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere party with live entertainment by Mark Wood and the Parrot Heads. So bring your dancing flip flops and Parrot Hats and join your fellow boaters for some good times.  Meet fellow boaters, make new friends, dance the early evening away, and just have fun. And don’t forget your Parrot Head ensemble as we will have a special prize for the best Parrot Head hat.

LABOR DAY WEEKEND | August 31 - September 3

Saturday, September 1Concert on the Green with one of our top favorite bands.

September 3 - Don’t miss the fun at our FOAM PARTY located at the Sunset Pavilion along with free hot dogs, popcorn and snow cones. Join us afterwards as we compete for the largest Musical Chairs Game ever. Kids and adults alike are welcome to join in fast pace exciting game.

Saturday, October 6 - Baja-Ha-Ha Marine Gear Swap Meet - This is the last Swap Meet of the year so don’t let this date get away from you. The hours are from 7am-noon.


Beat the Heat with poolside tropical music as we celebrate Columbus Day around the pool. Bring your chairs or sit with your feet in the water as we listen to sound of the islands with Jerry Gontang.

Saturday, November 10 - Veterans Day Dinner & Dance - Celebrate Veteran’s Day with a special salute to our Vietnam Veterans. We will serve up our now famous beef stew and cornbread for dinner along with a live musical concert beforehand put on by the “Trade Winds.” All proceeds for the evening will be donated to the Vietnam Veterans and their families and youth.


November 22 - Thanksgiving Potluck Share the joys of the season at our Turkey Potluck from 3-5 pm. The Resort will provide the Turkey and Gravy, guests bring a potluck to fill in the rest of dinner.

November 23 - Light the Harbor - This is a beautiful ceremony and the official start of the Christmas season. Join us at sunset for our Annual Light Festival when we flip the switch to turn on all the Christmas lights in the Marina and Resort. It is a sight to behold. Warm cider will be served.


December 8 - The 17th Annual RV Resort's Winter Wonderland - Grab the kids and a mug of cocoa and walk the RV Candy Cane Lane of beautifully decorated RV’s followed by our legendary Chocolate Extravaganza.

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