Welcome to the Berkeley Waterfront at the City of Berkeley, CA. We are part of the Parks Recreation & Waterfront.
The Marina's 52 acres of water and 1100 berths can accommodate vessels 16 feet to 84 feet in length. Surge and rough water are eliminated by an entrance breakwater. Berths include storage lockers, water hook-ups, electrical outlets, night lighting, parking, locked gates,restrooms with showers and parking. On the north end of the harbor there is a full service boat yard with an on-the-water Fuel Dock, a four lane boat launch ramp, and an area for trailered boat storage. On the south side of the Marina there are 3 restaurants and a small boat hoist.
Free Compost for Berkeley Residents - On the last Saturday of the month, from February through October of each year, the City of Berkeley offers free compost for Berkeley residents, weather permitting. [more...]
Slip Holder Contact Information Update - If you are an existing customer, please take a few minutes to complete this eight-question Slip Holder Contact Information Update. This will help keep the Marina's customer contact database current and ensure that we are able to reach you with important account information or in the event of an emergency. [more...]
Waterfront: Current Design and Construction Projects Highlights - Ongoing and Upcoming Projects
Berkeley Sportsman's Center - Wall Repair and Accessibility Improvements:Construction has begun at the Bait Shop on University Avenue. [more...]
Launch Ramp Parking Gate Installation:In an effort to fully automate our payment collection, the City of Berkeley Parks Recreation and Waterfront Department is installing a new gate system at the entrance and exit of the Launch Ramp parking lot. [more...]
University Avenue Improvements Study:The Parks Recreation and Waterfront Department is studying alternative approaches for reconstructing and improving University Avenue, [more...] [more...]
Berkeley Municipal Pier - Looking Forward: A Status Update on the Berkeley Municipal Pier:The City is in the process of seeking a consultant to conduct a Structural Condition Assessment / Restoration Feasibility Study for the currently-closed Berkeley Municipal Pier. The Request for Proposals for this service was released on September 16th, 2016 and can be found here. [more...]