Marinas

The Long Beach Marina truly has one of the great locations in California, if not the United States. Boats are protected by a series of offshore breakwaters and by a natural south-facing bay. Our boating public appreciates rapid access to open water, prevailing winds and close proximity to Catalina Island. Sailing conditions in Long Beach are practically perfect year round. That is why Long Beach Has been and continues to be home of the Congressional Cup, Transpac and Olympic trial races.


Alamitos Bay Marina

The Alamitos Bay Marina was opened in the late 50's and early 60's. There are 1991 slips located throughout the Alamitos Bay area. We are located in the southeastern corner of Los Angeles County at the intersection of Pacific Coast Hwy. and Second Street.

Guest slips are available at a rate of $1.10 per foot per night. Reservations are encouraged, but not required. The Alamitos Bay Marina hosts several major Yacht Clubs. Please call the clubs for event information.

Downtown Marina

Alamitos Bay Yacht Club (562) 434-9955

Long Beach Yacht Club (562) 598-9401

Seal Beach Yacht Club (562) 431-9254

Little Ships Fleet (562) 598-1524

Navy Yacht Club of Long Beach (562) 714-2563

Phone numbers to remember:
Alamitos Bay Fuel dock (562) 594-0888
Marina Shipyard (562) 594-0995

Shoreline Marina
The Shoreline Marina opened in 1982 and has 1764 slips for recreational boaters. We are located between the Queen Mary and the Long Beach Convention Center in the heart of downtown Long Beach.

Shoreline Yacht Club (562) 435-4093

Rainbow Harbor/Marina
Rainbow Harbor/Marina is located next to the Aquarium of the Pacific, and has 87 slips for commercial vessels, (16) 30-foot slips and a 200-foot long dock for day guests. All guest mooring is first come, first serve. Rainbow Harbor has (12) 150-foot docks for commercial vessels. Shoreline Village, and The Pike surround the harbor

Services

Slips
All slips are rented on a month to month basis. There are waiting lists for most live aboard slips. You may stop by one of the marina offices, call, or e-mail and we will mail an application to you for slips.

Our slips accommodate recreational vessels ranging from 18 feet to 90 feet. Commercial vessels up to 200 feet may be moored. All slips in Long Beach are constructed of concrete and wood and come with a private dock box, water and power. Telephones may be installed for a nominal fee and all recreational boaters receive parking passes for their vehicles.

We have private boat owner parking for our recreational slips, sparkling clean private showers and heads, free use of City provided dock carts and free head pump-out equipment. Nearby shopping, and laundry facilities are available.

Guest Mooring
Current rates are $1.10 per foot per night

The Long Beach marinas have nearly 3,000 feet of year round guest moorings available. Visiting boaters are encouraged to call before they visit, especially on summer weekends.

Safety/Security
Call 911 or 9911 from the dock phones. Cell phones call (562) 435-6711.

The Long Beach Marinas are manned 24 hours per day by Long Beach Marine Patrol Officers, a division of the Long Beach Police Department and Marine Safety Officers, a division of the Long Beach Fire Department.

Other Services and Events
Launch Ramps - Fees $12.00 per day.
Davies Launch Ramp - located under the Davies Bridge at Second Street and Marina Drive. This facility is open 24 hours per day.
Marine Stadium - Vessel launching, water skiing, and a sandy beach. We do have special events in this facility on summer weekends. The schedule is posted near the entry point. Open year round, 8:00 AM to dusk.
Claremont Launch Ramp - sand launch for small sail vessels. Located at Claremont and Ocean Blvd., open year round, dawn to dusk.
Granada Launch Ramp - sand launch for small boats. Open year round, dawn to dusk.
Bike Path - roller blades, bikes and walkers share a path that runs along the beach from the Downtown Marina to the Alamitos Bay Peninsula.

Special Events
-Long Beach Grand Prix (Mid April)
-Long Beach International Sea Festival (July-September)
-July 4th Celebration
-Holiday Boat Parades