Redondo Beach Marina, is one of the four marinas in King Harbor. We are just two minutes to the mouth of the Harbor and Open Ocean. On premises we have two – five ton mechanical boat hoists. Our slips range from 20′ to 65′. Please make sure you call for slip availability, as our larger slips are generally full.
We offer restrooms, showers, laundry, dock boxes, mail/message services, water and power. Restaurants, nightclubs and fish markets surround the slip area and we are within walking distance from many more. The fuel dock and pump out station are only a short distance away.
Weekend and weekday guest slips for brunch or lunch are generally available. Overnight transient slips must be reserved in advance.
Love this place. We had a wonderful night on one of their mooring balls.
The tri[ was very enjoyable. The moorings are easy to use and secure. We went on some lovely walks from the marina and got some good go-food to boot. We also found the Harbor patrol to be very helpful. My only negative comments are: 1. The moorings are downwind from the breakwater and the pelican poop smell is really bad; 2. the dinghy dock was hard to find, but we did ultimately locate it (we think) in Basin 3. All in all, we had a great time!
Beautiful mooring! I would highly recommend!
It was great! Weather didnt quite cooperate but not their fault. The boats around us were friendly, the Harbor Patrol was friendly. We will do this again!
Good inexpensive place to stop while traveling along the coast.
Only moorings available. Dinghy dock is long distance from moorings.
Always a great place to Moore! Perfect spot to spend the night or weekend! Lots to do!
Great communication with the marina manager. Contacted me several times to make sure everything was ok.
The mooring had sea life growing on it and the spreader line was so filthy that it took me hours to clean the mess from my boat. I will not use those moorings again until I am assured that they have been cleaned and properly maintained.
Awesome trip, always a pleasure hanging out in front of the Portafino and the beach scene at the pier. Be back in August, Thanks.