RBOC President Ray Durazo Presents at California Boating Congress

At the 4th Annual California Boating Congress, RBOC President Ray Durazo presented the concerns of the boating community with the overreaching enforcement efforts of the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission [BCDC]. 

As explained by President Durazo, the organization is supporting the timely completion and publication of the Joint Legislative Audit Committee’s audit of BCDC that is investigating the commission’s enforcement activities, adherence to its mission, funding and operational needs and structure.

In addition, RBOC is advocating for a revision to BCDC’s statutory charter to recognize, protect and enhance recreational boating, and to reflect the structure of the Coastal Commission regarding the number and appointment of commissioners.

RBOC was a proud co-host of this year’s California Boating Congress.


RBOC Participates in California Boating Congress

RBOC co-hosted the successful February 27 California Boating Congress in the State Capital, with its leadership participating and also co-presenting on the topic of the new California Boating Card.

Pictured from left to right below are RBOC Immediate Past President - Director Peter Robertson, Past President - Director Greg Gibeson, President John Marshall, and Ex Officio Director David Kennedy with RBOC's national partner BoatUS.