Marina del Rey Yacht Rentals & Yacht Charter
MARINA DEL REY YACHT RENTALS
Yacht Rentals For All Occasions
Dolphin Cruises | Sport Fishing Trips | Brunch Cruises
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Marina del Rey Yacht Charters
Our yachts are well maintained for the perfect yacht rental experience chartering to Catalina Island, Malibu, Santa Monica, or even Newport Beach would be a great place to lay anchor.
Our Marina del Rey yacht rentals are perfect for company parties, dinner cruises, and more!
TYPES OF CHARTERS IN MARINA DEL REY
MARINA DEL REY YACHTS TO CATALINA ISLAND
Avalon, Catalina Island, California
Two Harbors, Catalina Island, California
MARINA DEL REY YACHTS TO MALIBU
Malibu Pier, Malibu, California
Yacht Rental Destinations
Marina del Rey yacht rentals are chartered from seaside community ideal for the perfect yacht charter and boat rental experience.
In Marina del Rey, you can also rent one of our super or mega yachts, giving you the absolute height of luxury.
With multiple levels of deck space, beautifully crafted interiors, jacuzzis, and grand dining rooms, our mega yacht charters are a magnificent yachting experience.
Marina Del Rey, California
All you could want and more in Marina del Rey. Just pick your adventure! What’s next?
Live for the moment and seize the day with a mid day sailing lesson, or paddleboarding with a friend. There is parasailing over the bay, or biking at Venice Beach. Embrace the evening with a sunset yacht charter or cruise while dancing beneath the stars on your own private yacht charter in Marina del Rey.
LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION
Located in the center of Los Angeles between Playa del Rey and Venice Beach just 4 miles north of LAX Airport. Marina del Rey is a coastal community quite known for its love of the water and sailing.
Marina del Rey has 807 acres, half of which is under water. The city borders include west of Lincoln Boulevard, east of Via Dolce, north of Ballona Creek, and south of Washington Boulevard. This area is owned by Los Angeles County and is leased out to private businesses that have been long established in Marina del Rey.
THE PEOPLE OF MARINA DEL REY
The U.S. Census defines Marina del Rey as having a population of 8,866. This includes 4,602 boat slips in 22 anchorages and marinas, 5,445 apartments for rent, 600 condominiums for purchase, 6 hotels with 1,105 hotel rooms, and a million square feet of office, retail, and restaurant development.
Marina del Rey is governed by Los Angeles County and is under the management of the LA County Department of Beaches & Harbors. Its people are represented by an elected local Supervisor to the Fourth District of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
Public service and safety is provided by the LA Sheriff’s Department. Southern California Edison, L.A. County Waterworks District #80, Verizon Telephone, Time Warner Cable, and Southern California Gas Company all provide the utilities. There are no schools within this part of Marina del Rey and education is provided by the LA Unified School District.
GREATER MARINA DEL REY AREA
Marina del Rey’s great area community is defined by the U.S. Postal Service and the U.S. Census as the zip code area 90292. Its population is 21,576 and includes portions within the City of Los Angeles and portions within an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County.
Governance in the portion located within the City of LA is provided by the City of LA, the Mayor’s Office, LA City Council, the elected City Council Member for the 11th District, as well as portions of the 2nd and 3rd Supervisorial Districts of the LA County Board of Supervisors.
Businesses in the area are represented by the LAX Coastal Area Chamber of Commerce and the Venice Chamber of Commerce.
MARINA DEL REY HISTORY
Marina del Rey has been a long time in the making. Construction of the jetties for the present entrance channel began in December 1957, but efforts toward a harbor at this location actually began some seventy years earlier, sponsored, ironically, by a railroad.
In 1887, a far-sighted man, named M.C. Wicks, organized the Port Ballona Development Company under the auspices of the Santa Fe Railroad. Wicks dreamed of developing the Playa del Rey estuary and inlet into a major commercial harbor to serve the Los Angeles area.
He managed to raise $300,000, all of which went for construction work over a three-year period. However, Wicks went bankrupt and the area was eventually taken over by duck hunters. Another quarter of a century passed without action, but the dream kept recurring.
In 1916, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reported to Congress that a new proposal to develop the Playa del Rey Inlet and basin as a major harbor was impractical.
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