Cruising

Fleet Captain: Ron Kudile rkudile1@comcast.net
XO: Bob Markoff   •   Treasurer: Russ Goldman

Fleet Members

David & Jean AndersonCruising

  • Borrus, Julius & Joanna
  • Bugbee, Skip & Suzanne
  • Cahill, Joe & Beth
  • Carton, Bill & Denise
  • Cheslow, David & Marilyn
  • Corbo, Marty & Terry
  • Dwonkowski, Charlie & Ro
  • Edwards, Todd & Susan
  • Elovich, Wendie & Slaight, Tim
  • English, Beverly
  • Farley, Denis & Pat
  • Gerstenmeier, Karen
  • Goldman, Russ & Seena
  • Hathaway, Les & Judy
  • Henry, Bill & Sanoudis, Barbara
  • Herrick, Karen
  • Hunnewell, Chuck & Kugel, Candy
  • Hynes, Dennis & Mary
  • Kudile, Ron & Fox, Carey
  • Leigh, Jack & Hummel, Nora
  • Markoff, Bob & Carole
  • May, Keith & Karin
  • Nevius, Barbara & Curtis, Tom
  • Peckmore, Doug & Judy
  • Petrosemolo, Art & Tina
  • Pezzutti, Nanette & Paul
  • Pezzutti, Santo
  • Phares, Richard & Nancy
  • Pratt, Talbot & Ellen Nash
  • Schmitt, James & Peggy
  • Schubel, John & Sandra
  • Schumann, Herbert & Clare
  • Smith, Stephen & McCormick, Stephanie
  • White, John & Heidi

The Cruising Fleet is one of MBC’s largest fleets and runs a number of cruises and events during the season including the popular monthly Meet & Eat at the Club. The CF maintains more than 50 moorings in the mooring field in the Navesink River that are used by members and guests. Mooring Handbook PDF

Overnight Docking

If you plan to leave your boat at the dock overnight, the Vice Commodore needs to be aware of your plans.  Please call or email to let him know where the boat is, the boat name, how long it will be at the dock and why.  When docking, please be conscious of any ongoing or upcoming one-design races or regattas and also Junior program activity. Vice Commodore Pat Corr’s phone is 732-423-8694 and email is vice_commodore@monmouthboatclub.org.   Please leave a message.  He will only call you back if there is a conflict or issue. Thank you in advance, Pat Corr

Vessel Safety Check Program

MBC’s Dr. Bill Henry is a certified vessel safety inspector (US Power Squadron, US Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary). Bill will be happy to inspect your vessel to be sure it has the necessary safety equipment on board and advise you of anything you may need for safe boating. If your boat meets safety standards, you will be awarded the Safe Vessel Decal and it may give you a break on your vessel’s marine insurance. Look at this URL: http://safetyseal.net/what_is_vsc.asp for more details. E-mail Bill Henry (billhenry@comcast.net) about the program.