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FantaSea Yachts4215 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, CA, 90292
FantaSea Yachts is a family-owned and -operated business established in 1980 and a premier yacht charter and special event company in Marina del Rey. FantaSea’s three large yachts are ideal locations for corporate meetings, celebrations, weddings, and all special events for groups of 50–300. FantaSea also offers a superyacht for up to 12 VIP guests. FantaSea provides a wonderful range of food and beverage options and can assist with any entertainment and AV needs. With one call, you are easily on your way to a great event. Taste the World dining cruises, held on a FantaSea yacht, are open to the public and run periodically throughout the year; click here for the schedule and tickets.
Hornblower Cruises & Events13755 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, CA, 90292
Hornblower’s popular public dining cruises are offered weekly all year long! Enjoy views of the Marina on a dinner cruise, sunset cocktail cruise (seasonal), or champagne brunch cruise. Relax with a cocktail on the open-air top deck and soak up views of passing sailboats and perhaps a playful sea lion. Private charters for holiday parties, weddings, and other social events are available for up to 550 guests. Hornblower’s fleet of six ships is located in the heart of the Marina, at Fisherman’s Village, with ample parking.
Killer Ocean Adventures4211 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
Adventure-seekers can choose from Hydrofoiling, Sportfishing, Spearfishing, Scuba Diving, Surfing, SUP, Whale Watching & Coastal Cruises along the Malibu Coast, Catalina Island, Point Dume State Reserve, Channel Islands and offshore fishing grounds. “Killer Shrimp” is a 2019 Parker 2520XLD; holds up to 6 passengers. “Clueless” is a 60-foot Fairline motor yacht; holds up to 12 passengers. Equipment and gear provided. Overnight and multi-day trips offered.
Marina del Rey Boat Rentals13717 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, CA, 90292
Have some fun on the water with Marina del Rey Boat Rentals. Self-explore the harbor and beyond by kayak, paddleboard, sailboat, motor boat, electric Duffy boat, or jet ski. Hourly rentals are available and no special license is required. Look for the kiosk behind El Torito restaurant in Fisherman’s Village.
Marina del Rey Parasailing13717 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey, CA, 90292
Get a bird’s-eye view of the entire Los Angeles coast, including the world-famous Venice Beach Boardwalk, Santa Monica Pier, and Malibu. Choose from a 500 ft. or 800 ft. experience. Flights can accommodate one, two, or three persons at a time. Attraction is open seasonally, generally mid-February through mid-November. Reservations recommended. Look for the kiosk behind El Torito restaurant in Fisherman’s Village.
Marina del Rey Sportfishing13552 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey, CA, 920292
Take the bait and head off for some of the Marina’s fantastic sportfishing. Join one of these open-party (public) fishing trips that depart from Dock 52 and head out onto Santa Monica Bay on the hunt for halibut, yellowtail, sea bass, and more. Knowledgeable guides are on hand for the less experienced, and tackle and fishing licenses are available on the boat. Whale watching and wildlife excursions also run year-round. Whole ship buy-out is available for your private parties, too.
Marina del Rey WaterBus13755 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, CA, 90292
Try out the most exciting way to get around the Marina! Operating in summer months, the WaterBus service runs Thursdays through Sundays, plus summer holidays. For just $1 per ride, you can take the WaterBus to eight stops in the Marina, including Burton Chace Park (home of the Summer Concert Series), Fisherman’s Village, and Marina “Mother’s” Beach. Click the website button for a route map and more information.
Marina del Rey Whale Watching13552 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey CA 90292
Marina del Rey opens onto Santa Monica Bay, a pass-through for grey whales and humpbacks on their annual migration between the arctic and their birthing waters off Baja, Mexico. December through March offers the best whale-watching, although the trips run year-round as an opportunity to look for dolphins and many other types of sea life and sea birds. The company also runs open-party (public) sportfishing trips. Whole ship buy-out is available for your private parties, too.
Paddle Method14110 Palawan Way, Marina del Rey, CA, 90292
Paddle Method specializes in private and group stand-up paddle lessons and tours/team-building excursions in the harbor, available by reservation. Meet up at the Paddle Method tent on the sand at Marina “Mother’s” Beach. Closest parking is available in L.A. County Lot 9 at 13977 Palawan Way, and in Lot 10 at 4101 Admiralty Way.
Pro SUP Shop4175 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, CA, 90292
Pro SUP Shop’s location at Marina “Mother’s” Beach is the best spot to learn this sport. The calm cove is virtually wave and current free, offering you a chance to learn to balance on your board and navigate with the paddle. Pro SUP offers hourly paddleboard and kayak rentals, and its certified staff will help guide you into the fastest growing sport in the world. Pro SUP is open daily, year-round (weather/wind depending) except some major holidays. Find the Pro SUP rental truck at the southwest end of the Jamaica Bay Inn parking lot. Paid parking allowed at hotel and at adjacent County Lot 10.
UCLA Marina Aquatic Center14001 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, CA, 90292
UCLA operates this aquatic center at the far end of Fiji Way. University athletes on school rowing teams are often on-site for practice, but the center runs many public programs too, including sailing lessons for youth and adults, kayak and paddleboard rentals, and windsurfing rentals. The MAC also offers guide services for groups who want to paddle or sail in the Marina with an expert leading the way.
YOGAqua13977 Palawan Way, Marina del Rey, CA, 90292
Make the ocean your yoga mat with YOGAqua, which brings the practice and art of yoga into perfect fusion with stand-up paddleboarding. Group and private classes take place on the calm cove at Mother’s Beach, so there are no waves or currents to discourage beginners.