San Diego and the San Francisco Bay.
California is known for its sun-kissed beaches, laid-back atmosphere and, of course, boating!
Given the state's long stretch of coast, boaters can enjoy a variety of experiences on the Pacific Ocean, including cruising the San Francisco Bay up North, and San Diego down South. Not a fan of coastal cruising? That's no problem! California is also home to numerous lakes, including the famous Bass Lake, right near Yosemite. Snag-A-Slip is a free, online boat slip reservation site where you can explore awesome marinas in California and rent boat slips easily. If you are charting your course or you want to see our marinas on a map, click the interactive map button above!
The welcoming harbors, sights, and cities along California's Central Coast are hard to beat!
No matter what harbor you find yourself in, from Newport Beach up to San Jose, it's hard to beat California's central coast!
The San Diego waterfront, specifically the San Diego Bay and nearby Mission Bay, offers a full 27 miles of waterfront to explore by boat and by land.
Visitors will enjoy the wide array of activities available, including parks, restaurants, marinas, shopping centers and, of course, the San Diego Zoo. If you are boating in California, don't miss out on this great destination!
The San Francisco Bay is a known destination for sailors, boaters and water sport aficionados.
Strong winds and protection from Pacific Ocean waves make for perfect yachting conditions, while San Francisco, Napa and Sausalito offer boaters charming destinations to visit by water. Whether you are wine tasting in Napa, grabbing Dim Sum in San Francisco or taking in some history in Sausalito, the San Francisco Bay is home to some of greatest water and land attractions in the U.S.