In 1990 the 17-year-old, Pedro Pablo Silveira Cervera (first letters of his lastname are Sil-cer), who worked as a delivery of bread in the bakery of his father, decided to start windsurfing and go to sea.
It was in 1993 when he first competed in a National Championship, not to stop until Ships participate in Word Champion, Pan Am Games and in 1996 at Atlanta Olympics, held in Savannah, Georgia.
Since then he has sailed in over 30 countries around the world.
During the years of competition, with the help of his uncle Jose, who support him in Miami to buy their first 2 windsurfers, he began to informally teach sailing to whoever asked him on the beach.
It was in 1998 when he left the world powers to engage in teaching children and youth sailing in
windsurfing. Among his first students was his wife Veronica and the current Mexican Olympic sailor, David Mier.
The first location of MS was located in Chicxulub, in the beach house grandparents's, 6 km east of this club.
Currently Marina Silcer taught to sail more than 1200 children and adults in 18 years of operation.
Has Marinas, Beach Clubs, Pro Shops, Restaurants, Sailing School and it is operated by Pedro Pablo and his brother Gabriel, employing more than 90 people.
Very often you can see Pedro Pablo, his brother Gabriel and his wife Veronica users attending the Beach Club.