California Local Boating News
MARINA DEL REY — Los Angeles County officials are actively working on an independent research project that would challenge the state’s Regional Water Board’s TMDL restrictions.
CHULA VISTA — Climate change earned another acknowledgement this month as the California Coastal Commission unanimously approved a policy guidance document to address sea level rise.
SAN DIEGO -- More than 400 volunteers, will take to the shores of San Diego Bay on Aug. 29 to remove trash and debris in the 25th annual Operation Clean Sweep.
LOS ANGELES — Boaters in Marina del Rey could have another amenity available to them in the form of a large hotel with a bar, lounge and restaurant.
CHULA VISTA — A proposal to replace an aging fuel dock at a popular island destination could finally come to pass after years of planning.
SAN DIEGO – Anglers are invited to drop a line for a cause during the 2015 Make-A-Wish Tuna Challenge taking place Aug. 28-30.
SAN DIEGO — A ribbon cutting was held Aug. 5 to celebrate the completion of a new building as part of the Intrepid Landing development on the Port of San Diego’s waterfront between America’s Cup Harbor and Shelter Island.
NEWPORT BEACH — Integrated Marine Systems (IMS), a division of Lifestyle Technology Group, LLC has announced the opening of their new Marine Upgrade Showroom in Newport Beach. This one-of-a-kind facility will be located at 2439 W. Coast Hwy in the center of Mariners Mile.
CATALINA ISLAND – The mast of a 60-foot sailboat that went down in Avalon Harbor after breaking free from its mooring in 2011 has been hauled out by Ocean Defenders Alliance.
The crew of Oasis V had an opportunity to test their seaman’s skills the afternoon of June 28 while returning from a race aboard Oasis Sailing Club’s 34-foot Catalina sailboat.
LOS ANGELES – The American Sailing Association (ASA) will join more than 50 boats will participate in a major cleanup of the Pacific Garbage Patch during an expedition scheduled to kick off this month.
In this feature, The Log looks at notable boats — sail and power — that continue to turn heads in Southern California harbors.
OCEANSIDE — On Sept. 26-27, the city of Oceanside will celebrate the harbor during the annual Oceanside Harbor Days event.
VENTURA — Ventura Harbor could become a little more crowded soon, as anglers and boaters there might be sharing space with a new shellfish fishery.
HUNTINGTON BEACH — The only fuel dock at Huntington Harbour is on the chopping block, meaning the thousands of boaters who dock at the marina would have to go elsewhere to fuel up.