Docking at Northern California’s Number One Attraction!
The PIER 39 Marina features approximately 300 double-fingered wooden dock boat slips.
The West Yacht Harbor, rebuilt with brand new docks and dredged to -9 ft at low tide in 2010, hosts guest docking and accommodates boats up to 60 ft.
The Marina's East Yacht Harbor consists of long-term and transient tenant boat slips, accommodating boats up to 85 ft.
Wow check out the height of those tides!
The King tides rule on:
November 24, 25, and 26, 2015
December 22, 23, and 24, 2015
January 21 and 22, 2016
WHAT IS A KING TIDE? The king tide is the highest predicted high tide of the year at a coastal location. It is above the highest water level reached at high tide on an average day.
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Don't Call Them "Seals"! Check out the Sea Lion Cam at K-Dock!
The first few sea lions hauled out on the West Yacht Harbor's K-Dock shortly after the 1989 earthquake.
By January of 1990 PIER 39 Marina had almost 800 animals frolicking around K-Dock in the water and on the boat slips.
Eventually, we relinquished K-Dock, relocated the boats and converted the boat slips to accommodate the Sea Lions in their chosen haul out site.