Los Angeles County Marina

Find Los Angeles County California marinas. Marinas provide information on boat docking, supplies, and facilities for personal watercraft, boats, ships, and yachts.

22nd Street Marina 141 West 22nd Street San Pedro CA 90731 310-521-0222

Acebo Marina 7246 Irondale Avenue Los Angeles CA 91306 818-888-1092

Al Larson Marina 1046 South Seaside Avenue Los Angeles CA 90731 310-832-0526

Alamitos Bay Marina 6698 East Marina Drive Long Beach CA 90803 562-570-3215

Arbors by the Marina 6380 East Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach CA 90803 562-598-6170

Best Western Plus Sunrise Hotel at Redondo Beach Marina 400 North Harbor Drive Redondo Beach CA 90277 310-376-0746

Cabrillo Way Marina 2500 Miner Street Los Angeles CA 90731 310-514-4985

California Yacht Marina 202 North Wilmington Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90744 310-834-7916

Cerritos Bahia Marina 6289 East Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach CA 90803 562-431-6575

Circle Marina 4610 East Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach CA 90804

Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach And Marina 300 North Harbor Drive Redondo Beach CA 90277 800-770-5675

Eyebrow shaping by Marina 1608 West Glenoaks Boulevard Glendale CA 91201 818-631-6434

Holiday Harbor Cabrillo Marina 241 Watchorn Los Angeles CA 90731 310-833-4468

King Harbor Marina 208 Yacht Club Way Redondo Beach CA 90277 310-376-6926

Lake Castaic Marina 32132 Ridge Route Road Castaic CA 91384 661-775-6232

Leeward Bay Marina 611 North Henry Ford Avenue Los Angeles CA 90744 310-830-5621

Long Beach California Marina 180 North Marina Drive Long Beach CA 90803 562-598-6649

Long Beach Marina 205 North Marina Drive Long Beach CA 90803 562-570-3215

Los Angeles Porto Marina 17654 Coast Highway Los Angeles CA 90272

Marina Long Beach 200 Aquarium Way Long Beach CA 90802 562-570-8636

About Marinas

What is the cost of docking at a Marina?

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.

What is the difference between a Marina and a Port?

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.

What documentation is required to lease or rent a slip?

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.