The Peralta Sail and Power Squadron is one of 8 Squadrons in District
25, which encompasses an area from Santa Rosa, east to Sacramento,
southeast to Stockton and southwest to Monterey Bay. Chartered in
1960, it is one of the 450 Squadrons in the United States Power
Squadrons® formed in 1914 representing 65,000 members in the world's
largest non-profit safety Boating Organization.
The Peralta Squadron is centrally located in San Leandro on the
East side of San Francisco Bay and was named after an old Spanish
land grant, “The Peralta Grant.” Peralta's expanded area now includes Alameda, San Mateo and San Francisco Counties.
The Squadron is unique in its close, warm, and energetic camaraderie
in Boating Education and activities. We enjoy a full Calendar
of Events and activities involving Boating as well as away from
the water's edge, Salt or Fresh, from the vast reaches of the Pacific
Ocean, San Francisco Bay, and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Members do not have to own or even be able to operate a boat. Please
look further if you are interested in Boating
Education or good clean fun with a friendly group.
To learn all about the United States Power Squadrons,
you can visit the main USPS