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Visitors Information-By Sea
Shoreline Yacht Club is the only yacht club in the vicinity of Downtown Long Beach. We are conveniently located by the Aquarium of the Pacific, the Queen Mary and the numerous fine dining establishments on Pine Ave. and at the Pike of Long Beach (shops, restaurants, movies, convention center and more). All of these attractions are reachable via free public transportation.
Port Captain and Slip Reciprocity Agreement
Larry Palmer is our Port Captain. If you plan on visiting our Yacht club by the sea please call him ahead of time to be sure there is space for your boat at our docks 213-595-6280. We welcome visitors who are members of other yacht clubs that have a current reciprocity agreement with Shoreline Yacht Club who would like to stay the night. In order to use the slip reciprocity you are required to complete a SYC reciprocity agreement which is located in the link.
What To Do In Making Your Slip Reservation:
1. Please email a signed copy of reciprocity agreement to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a copy of your current registration or documentation, current insurance which lists your boat HIN, document or registration number and a 2. copy of you driver’s license along with a 3. copy of your yacht club membership card.
Most weekends are busy so the earlier you can make reservations the greater the chance we will have available slips for your stay. Hope to see you soon.
Approach By Sea
Plan Your Trip
To plan your trip to Shoreline, refer to NOAA Chart 18749 or your equivalent navigation chart depicting the San Pedro Bay. The Downtown Long Beach Marina is located north of the Queen Mary and west of Island Grissom. A short breakwater protects the marina entrance. Per the above pictorial charts, Shoreline Yacht Club is located between the head of gangways X and Y.
The San Pedro Bay contains the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Heavy ship traffic is constant and caution should be taken when transiting this area. Always check the current Local Notice to Mariners to verify what construction and/or dredging operations may be in progress and plan your course accordingly.
Welcome! We hope you enjoy your stay with us.
NOTE: The fuel dock in the Marina supplies both gasoline and diesel fuels.