it cant be that shallow.
Check a chart and you'll see it is. Many channels are dredged and woe betide a tanker that runs aground. For Hobie Cats the depth isn't a problem unless the boat turtles, and in a friend's case he lost his 18 when his boat turtled and the mast got stuck in the mud near the Oakland Airport. After two hours of waiting for passing help that never came he called the Coast Guard, and since they rescue people but not boats he had to abandon his boat and he found it the next day washed up on the rocks.
As for you not capsizing, I'm sure you are among the conservative sailors, but that doesn't mean depth shouldn't be on your mind. In last June's Delta Ditch Run from Richmond to Stockton the reports were all 15 or so beach cats capsized at least once (it's bound to happen when there are 68 miles worth of jibes in 15+ mph winds), and a 20 spent two hours on the rocks in Vallejo.
Also, be careful when sailing in those channels since the big boats have right of way since they must stay in the channel and have very little room to maneuver.
Wind has started to drop off since ive been here but right when i got here (sept 3) for about 3 weeks the wind was blowing 10-15 steady everday.
From mid-September to mid-April the wind here is light except during a rain storm, but who wants to sail in the rain?
I guess more what im looking for is if theres any places, maybe a marine, that have mast up dry storage and a launch ramp. In the east bay area. Im in vallejo so the closer to vallejo the better
The only place I know of near Vallejo that fits your need is the Richmond Yacht Club. There is a small boat marina in San Rafael near China Camp that may have mast-up storage with direct access to San Pablo Bay, but I forget the name.