Find Orange County California marinas. Marinas are on-water locations which provide boat docking and boating supplies for small personal boats, ships, and yachts.
Bay Shore Marina 2572 Bayshore Drive Newport Beach CA 92663 949-721-0111
Corona Del Mar Bayside Marina 1137 Bayside Drive Newport Beach CA 92625 949-721-0111
Cross Fit Marina 15541 Product Lane Huntington Beach CA 92649 714-720-7239
Dana Point CA Marina 34555 Casitas Place Dana Point CA 92629 949-496-6137
Dana Point California Marina 24800 Dana Point Harbor Drive Dana Point CA 92629 949-493-6222
Dana Point Embarcadero Marina 34512 Embarcadero Place Dana Point CA 92629 949-496-6177
Dana Point Marina 34451 Ensenada Place Dana Point CA 92629 949-489-1453
Davenport Marina 4052 Davenport Drive Huntington Beach CA 92649 714-840-6285
De Anza Bayside Village & Marina 50 Saratoga Newport Beach CA 92660 949-673-1331
Delta Isle Resort and Marina 16691 Millikan Avenue Irvine CA 92606 949-474-4590
Huntington Harbour Marina 4281 Warner Avenue Huntington Beach CA 92649 714-840-5545
Huntington Marina 16101 Mariner Drive Huntington Beach CA 92649 562-592-1183
Hydeout at Dolphin Cove Marina 2079 South Austin Street Santa Ana CA 92704 843-745-0426
Newport Beach Ardell Marina 2101 West Coast Highway Newport Beach CA 92663 949-642-5735
Newport Beach Balboa Marina 201 East Coast Highway Newport Beach CA 92660 949-721-0111
Newport Dunes Marina 101 North Bayside Drive Newport Beach CA 92660 949-729-1100
Newport Dunes Resort & Marina 1131 Back Bay Drive Newport Beach CA 92660 714-760-0356
Newport Marina 3335 West Coast Highway Newport Beach CA 92663 949-642-4644
Oakwood Long Beach Marina 333 1st Street Seal Beach CA 90740 877-308-9330
Peters Landing Marina 16400 Coast Highway Huntington Beach CA 92649 714-840-1387
Dockage rates may be based on a daily, monthly, seasonal, or annual fee. They also vary based on the length of the boat or slip. Public Marinas often charge lower fees and their rates may be subsidized by public funding.
Marinas are facilities designed to serve small recreational boats and yachts. Ports are designed to accommodate large commercial vessels, including cargo ships and large passenger ships. A port is also likely to include a customs station and customs officials.
Marinas typically require a written lease. In addition, boaters are usually required to provide proof of boat registration or a USCG certificate of documentation, a copy of a driver's license, and a copy of current boat insurance. Long-term leases may require additional documentation.