With more than 1,450 slips, King Harbor and its surrounding recreational areas have evolved since the first commercial wharf was built here in 1888. Today, this is a very busy harbor, attracting both locals and visitors.
King Harbor is primarily a small craft harbor at the southern end of Santa Monica Bay, about 17 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles. The harbor extends approximately 4,000 feet along the coast and is roughly 2,000 feet wide at the widest point.
The harbor is separated into three basins - two large and one small - with a large entry channel.
The boating basins consist of four marinas and three yacht clubs. King Harbor Marina - the largest of the four marinas - is home to apartments, offices, an athletic club, restaurants and two yacht clubs.
The Portofino complex houses a hotel, a fuel dock, a restaurant and a conference center. This area is surrounded by parks, beaches and the pier - all within walking distance.
Local yacht clubs offer reciprocal privileges for other club member to stay overnight. However, there are no public guest docks.
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