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Crescent City Harbor

Crescent City Harbor

Crescent City Harbor is California’s northernmost port. The Harbor is extremely safe to enter and exit during most weather conditions as there is no bar to cross. Transient vessel mooring is available but limited in the harbor, and side tying to other vessels is prohibited. The entire inner basin is being reconstructed to feature new berths and amenities and will be completed by 2011. Directions for Access and Parking For slip assignment, contact the office during business hours. Office Hours:…

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Arena Cove and Pier

Arena Cove and Pier

Arena Cove is home to the Municipal Pier where boat launching is provided 7 to 4 everyday, weather permitting. The pier, which stands some 25 feet above the surface of the ocean is small but is considered by experts to be one of the best fishing piers in the state. The harbor is also one of the most popular sites in Northern California for surfing. Beyond the pier, the Mendocino Trench is one of the deepest ocean valleys in the…

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