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» CBPBA Business Partners and Perks

Hover mouse pointer over links to reveal CBPBA Business Partners who have provided various offers for our members by simply showing their CBPBA Membership card. 

Accordingly, "no ticky, no laundry".  Meaning, no CBPBA Membership card, our partner has no obligation to provide the offer.

10% off beverage tab by showing your current year CBPBA Membership Card

50% discount offered to CBPBA Members on your annual BoatUS membership fee. Contact a Board Member for the code

20% off on all labor and 10% off on parts

10% off product purchase price

10% off labor by showing your current year CBPBA membership card

10% off food and drink bill at Mikes North in Pasadena

15% off food and drink bill at Watermans Tavern in Edgewater

% discount on sales and service

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2014 CBPBA Schedule of Events

Jan 30, 2014 - 4:44 PM - by K2
2014 CBPBA Schedule of Events

10th – Shakedown Cruise (Joe Lorentzen/Craig Hall/Ted Ginnity) 11:00 am to 3:00 pm @ Thursday’s on the West River
20th – Blue Angels in Annapolis (Practice Day) Club Raft-up Day
21st – Blue Angels in Annapolis (Show Day) **

7th – Great Bay Swim Captains/Safety Meeting (Gary Miller/Dan Jarzynski)
8th – Great Bay Swim (Gary Miller)
14th - Clint Holtz Fun Run (Jimmy Jernigan) *Not a club event.*
28th – Rock the River Raft-up (Chip & Tommy Manning)
28th - Operation... [Read More]
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CBPBA Member Discounts and Perks

Oct 18, 2012 - 12:45 PM - by K2
CBPBA Member Discounts and Perks

For a nominal $75 annual membership fee, our members already know there are a lot of perks and discounts associated with the CBPBA. From funding activities such as the Christmas Party to the Crab Feast, or providing members with a registration code to get a discount on their annual BoatUS renewal, there is a significant value in being a paid member.

We're working hard to bring additional value to our members for 2013, and we believe some of the offers will be compelling. To that end, you should also know our members also receive a membership card each year. The card provides access to some perks and discounts with our various business partners, sponsors and members. In order to... [Read More]
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NOTICE: Proof of Insurance Information

Feb 25, 2010 - 9:37 PM - by K2
NOTICE: Proof of insurance required for CBPBA boating events.

Annually, for all Chesapeake Bay Power Boat Association boating events (i.e., official poker runs), Captains are required to have proof of insurance on file with the club.

We need a copy of the Declaration(s) of Coverage Page, showing what is covered and the coverage period. Our insurer has made this a requirement, it's not an option. So it's very important we meet the obligation, otherwise we'll have to turn people away the morning of an event.

No one is interested in the rates your paying or the T's and C's of the policy. Each policy has a 1 or 2 page section which is a Declaration of Coverage, showing what assets are covered by the policy and the... [Read More]
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Vessel Safety Check and Examination

Mar 11, 2007 - 8:30 AM - by K2
Vessel Safety Check Program
The Chesapeake Bay Power Boat Association fully supports the national Vessel Safety Check Program.

Annually, many of us go through the VSC program and receive the sticker. Scheduling a VSC is very easy, they'll even come to your dock. This is not a law enforcement review, if you don't pass, you WILL NOT receive any sort of ticket or citation, The purpose of the courtesy Vessel Safety Check is to find and identify any deficiencies before you're pulled over.

As you commission your boat, here's the list of minimum requirements.
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CBPBA Fat Towels!!!

Nov 29, 2005 - 12:42 PM - by K2
Chesapeake Bay Power Boat Association Fat Towels are available for purchase online!

You may have seen the Fat Towels with the Chesapeake Bay Power Boat Association logo on many of our members boats?? Well, there are now 3 versions available with a full 10" embroidered club logo, and/or your boat name.

The CBPBA logo will be in our normal colors one color of thread is the same or close to the towel color. Then another color (likely white) will be substituted.

See them at or ask a member who has them.

While you can always place your order online, I would recommend you call and ask for either Natalie or Cliff. They are... [Read More]
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CBPBA License Plates

Sep 27, 2004 - 11:52 PM - by K2
CBPBA License Plates for club members.

To obtain your plates, send a request to our club secretary and include all of your contact information (name, address, city, etc.). Once your current membership is verified, we'll mail a certificate to you. You simply take the certificate along with $25 to the MVA in Glen Burnie, Maryland to pick up your plates.

Below is a sample of what the plates look like.
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