The largest man-made small craft harbor in North America (and at one time, the world), Marina del Rey has over 4,600 boat slips in 22 anchorages. Los Angeles County Department of Beaches Harbors oversees all anchorages in the Marina. Individual marinas are managed by a number of public and private organizations, including yacht clubs, hotels, and apartment management groups. A designated dockmaster is in charge of leasing slips in each marina. Download the anchorage map to see a listing of the wet slip anchorages in our community.
This symbol indicates that the marina has qualified for the Clean Marinas California Program Certificate.
For slip vacancy information, contact the dockmaster at each marina. For other information, contact the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches & Harbors, which has overall management and operational responsibility for Marina del Rey, at 424-526-7777. For local regulations on boating, harbor, and live-aboard issues, contact the Harbor Master at the L.A. County Sheriff Department, 13851 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, at 310-482-6000 or click here to visit their website.