Bay Parade 2017

Swim, kayak, SUP, or boat for a clean and healthy San Francisco Bay on Sunday, July 9

Suzanne Heim-Bowen, winner of the Golden Rivet Prize for fastest Bay Parade solo swimmer, starts her swim. Photo: Clay Schmitz.

The Bay Parade is Baykeeper’s annual on-the-water celebration of a healthy San Francisco Bay. Hundreds of swimmers, kayakers, stand up paddleboarders, and boaters gather for a fun and active day on San Francisco Bay. The parade finale will be broadcast on the Jumbotron at AT&T Park at the start of the San Francisco Giants home game.

GOLDEN RIVET SWIM: 6.5 miles from Golden Gate Bridge to McCovey Cove
Timed solo swim, timed four-person relay, and open relay divisions
$100 registration plus $200 fundraising minimum
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BOAT: Motorboats, sailboats, and rowboats are needed to support swimmers from the Golden Gate to McCovey Cove
This is a critical volunteer role for the event
No registration fee, fundraising optional
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KAYAK: All-levels 2.5-mile course to McCovey Cove
Kayak rental included
$75 registration plus $75 fundraising minimum
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SUP: All-levels 2.5-mile paddle to McCovey Cove
Paddleboard rental included
$75 registration plus $75 fundraising minimum
REGISTER | DETAILS

Volunteer opportunities available.

baykeeper.org/bayparade

Photo: Clay Schmitz

Photo: Robert McKinney

Photo: Robert McKinney

Photo: Clay Schmitz

Photo: Robb Most

Photo: Clay Schmitz

Photo: Roger Cunningham

Photo: Roger Cunningham

 

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