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Introduction
5.1 Mission and Vision of the Company / Industry Assigned Subic Bay Yacht Club
The Marina and Country Club

“Designed by Nature Enhanced by Man”

Vision:
To be the premiere marina country club in the Asia Pacific region.

Mission Statement:
1. Providing high quality facilities and services to members and guests in terms of: a. Marina and Watersports
b. Land-based Recreation
c. Dinning and Accommodation
d. Banquet Events and Corporate Functions
2. Building good relationships with members, their families and guests. 3. Training, Development and Motivation of all employees as a team. 4. Protection and Ecological Preservation of the Environment.

Corporate Values:
1. Service
2. Efficiency

5.2 Logo

Subic Bay Yacht Club

“The Marina and Country Club”

5.2 History

The Subic Bay Yacht Club was built in the year 1998, owned by Mr. Victor Villa Vicencio. The club is worth two billion pesos, and the membership fee is one million six hundred thousand pesos (1.6 Million Pesos). Built with the cooperation of Filipino talent and famous international consultants, this facility actually has a beach around the huge swimming pool that has imported sand from Australia. While the main clubhouse is huge, sporting over 17,000 square meters of floor space, the number of guest club rooms is modest at only thirty nine. But these rooms are equipped with all the top-level amenities such as a Jacuzzi, mini-bar and such. There is a two story presidential suite at this club that has its own living, dining and receiving areas complete with a spiral staircase. Several nice function rooms are available and there is even a movie theater in the main clubhouse. There are three restaurants in this club namely Cambusa (Italian restaurant), Jacques (French Restaurant), Caracoa (Oriental restaurant) but now Jacques and Caracoa are reserved for private gatherings; and it also has a delicatessen (Providores). This club represents luxury and style at every turn. This club is a major attraction for high-end living of both Filipino and international guests.

The Subic Bay Yacht Club is only exclusive for members. When the company starts there are more than one thousand guest came to become a member of the club. Years later when Mr. Villa Vicencio got his capital he sells the club to the “Land Bank” at the year 2001. But the Land Bank encountered a financial crisis while they are handling the club and they decided to sell the club again to the “Orient Pearl” (Japanese investors) in the year 2008. Orient Pearl is now the new management until today.

Nelson H. Bigcal
Asst. F&B Manager

Nelson H. Bigcal
Asst. F&B Manager

F&B Department Organizational Chart

Dennis Cardona
Executive Chef

Dennis Cardona
Executive Chef

John C. Concepcion
Busboy
John C. Concepcion
Busboy
Archie M. Macabali
Busboy
Archie M. Macabali
Busboy
Colds & Pastry
Colds & Pastry
Dispatcher
Dispatcher
Butchery
Butchery
Roberto Doloroso
Butcher Chef
Roberto Doloroso
Butcher Chef
Ronald San Diego
Butcher Chef
Ronald San Diego
Butcher Chef
Marcelo Odal
Demi Chef
Marcelo Odal
Demi Chef
Elvin Cabigon
Cook 2
Elvin Cabigon
Cook 2
Luther Ofancia
Cook 2
Luther Ofancia
Cook 2
Jonathan Asinas
Cook 2
Jonathan Asinas
Cook 2
Meriam Multo
Cook 2
Meriam Multo
Cook 2
Nelly Paunan
Sous Chef &
Pastry Head

Nelly Paunan
Sous Chef &
Pastry Head

Robert Bea
Chef de Partie
(Banquet)
Robert Bea
Chef de Partie
(Banquet)
Reynaldo Araojo
Kitchen...
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