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Safe Harbor Loch Lomond

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110 Loch Lomond Dr
San Rafael, CA 94901
37° 58' 21.54'', -122° 28' 53.85''
415-454-7228
VHF Ch. 16
www.lochlomondmarina.com
Richmond
Safe Harbor Loch Lomond
Safe Harbor Loch Lomond
Safe Harbor Loch Lomond
Safe Harbor Loch Lomond
Safe Harbor Loch Lomond
Safe Harbor Loch Lomond
Safe Harbor Loch Lomond
Partly cloudy throughout the day.
45℉NW at 3 knots
Low12:30AM2.895ft
High06:33AM5.736ft
Low02:00PM-0.227ft
High09:20PM4.447ft
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Last Updated: 2020-08-20 18:58:50 UTC

About


Loch Lomond Marina was established in the early 1950’s by the McCarthy family and was run by them for over 40 years. The Marina has undergone extensive renovations, including state of the art designed docks, public launch ramp and a new boardwalk and promenade along the water’s edge. Loch Lomond is one of the largest marinas in the North Bay with over 500 berths with slip sizes up to 62´ and end ties to 104´.

Berth Capacity


Slips:520

Approach


**From the South:** Pass under the Richmond-San Rafael bridge sailing due north. Be careful of a number of barges and large metal buoys scattered around. Head for Green Channel Marker No. 17, Fl. G. 4S. 15Ft 6M, coordinates 37o 57'425 N. 122o 27' 421 W. This is the entrance to the San Rafael Canal which is dredged to 6' MLLW, (2002) is approximately 30 feet wide. The channel runs on a course of 280° Magnetic and is marked by green channel markers, which are numbered 1-7. Caution ... Keep the Green channel markers to the Port side of your boat, as there are no “red, right, return” channel markers. Pass marker #3 and just before #5 turn right into our entrance channel, which has big Pilings on both Port and Starboard. **From the North:** Follow the San Pablo Strait going southwest. Pass between the Sisters and Brothers islands situated respectively outside Point San Pedro to the west and Point San Pablo to the east. Be aware of a large number of barges and metal Buoys scattered in the San Rafael Bay which is very shallow. Head for Green Channel Marker No. 17, Fl. G. 4S. 15Ft 6M, coordinates 37o 57'425 N. 122o 27' 421 W. This is the entrance to the San Rafael Canal which is dredged to 6' MLLW, (2002) is approximately 30 feet wide. The channel runs on a course of 280° Magnetic and is marked by green channel markers, which are numbered 1-7. Caution ... Keep the Green channel markers to the Port side of your boat, as there are no “red, right, return” channel markers. Pass marker #3 and just before #5 turn right into our entrance channel, which has big Pilings on both Port and Starboard. **Please Observe** - Do Not Cut Corners as the waters outside the markers are deceptive and shallow. - Green Marker 17, is very small, in spite of the claim on its character (6M), that should be visible for 6 miles. It is usually hidden amongst all the barges and buoys. Use your GPS or chart plotter to find it. - Green Marker 17 at the center. Chart No. 18649. Depths are in feet.

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Sep 09, 2020

Dockage:Yes
Pump-out:Yes
Restrooms:Yes
Showers:Yes
Boat Ramp:Yes
Security:Yes
Groceries:Yes
Medical Facility:Nearby
Beach:Nearby
Pet Friendly:Yes
Bait & Tackle:Yes
Floating Docks:Yes
Covered Slips:Yes
Electric Amps:30/50
Dry Storage:Yes
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Excellent marina! Andy’s supermarket was amazing. Staff is friendly, restrooms clean. Just a great overnight.

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