After serving in the US Navy, Alan Weaver became manager of the Stockton Sailing Club in 1976. There he was responsible for the operation of their 250 berth marina and yacht club. After becoming SCUBA certified he also became part of the Underwater Search and Rescue Team for the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Department. He then accepted the challenge to become the Harbormaster at Marina Bay Yacht Harbor in Richmond where his duties included, hiring, training, berth leasing, advertising, and supervising all electrical, plumbing, and dock maintenance. In addition to his work as Harbormaster Alan ran the patrol boat for the City of Richmond, attended Boating Safety and Enforcement School and became certified in electrical safety, marine dredging, boating safety and boat noise enforcement.
Alan has spent the past 22 years as Harbormaster at Marina Village Yacht Harbor in Alameda, one of the largest and most popular marinas on the bay. Marina Village is known for its high level of customer service and after 22 years Alan can be credited with steering the evolution with his attention to excellence.
He has a passion for sailing and spent over 40 years racing on San Francisco Bay. He has completed ten ocean races to Mexico in addition to sailing thousands of ocean miles with friends on their boats all over the world. In addition to sailing he loves using his lobster boat, fishing, bike riding, and scuba diving.