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  • Long Beach (Pacific Ocean), CA, USA - Long Beach Shoreline Marina

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Boat Slip Length/s:
18' - 90'
*Commercial vessels up to 200' may be moored
Marina Name:
Long Beach Shoreline Marina
Contact Name:
Dana Apodaca
*All of our staff members are happy to assist you!
450 E. Shoreline Drive
Long Beach, CA 90802
562-570-4950 (marina)
562-435-4093 (yacht club)
562-436-4430 (fuel dock)
562-594-0995 (shipyard)
VHF 16


Boat Slips for Rent - Long Beach Shoreline Marina in Long Beach, California

The Shoreline (Downtown) Marina opened in 1982 and has 1764 slips for recreational boaters. We are located between the Queen Mary and the Long Beach Convention Center, in the heart of downtown Long Beach.

Access to shopping, restaurants, the Queen Mary, and Alamitos Bay is provided by Long Beach Transit, which provide shuttle busses and a low cost vessel shuttle.

All of the pump outs are free of charge and open 24 hours per day. Instructions are posted on each machine. We request that any problems be reported to the Marina office, or the Maintenance office at (562) 570-1582. Pump outs are for holding tanks only. Do not pump gray-water or bilge water; no petroleum products may enter the sewer line.


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The city of Long Beach, California is the second largest city in LA County at the south end.
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  1. Shorline 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Sep 2018

    Iv seen better

  2. Equivalent to an over priced Motel 6 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Oct 2017

    The boat owner restrooms always have mold in the showers and broken locks on the stall doors. The parking lots have become a storage yard for non-registered vehicles. Slip fees go up every year. Very limited access to your boat when there is an event. (which is on a regular basis).Watch out for the transients that sleep and hang out by the restrooms and parking lots. The Marine Patrol did a great job of patrolling the Marina until they were taken over by L.B.P.D. Now they have all but vanished.

  3. very big 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Mar 2012

    The marina itself is massive. Some people like that and some don't. As for me I prefer smaller communities but it certainly is a nice marina in a good location. Very close to downtown. Seems like a good place for liveaboards if you enjoy the area.

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