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Harbor Island
  Sail - Dine - Stay
Formed by the dredging of San Diego Bay in order to deepen the berths for military ships, the U.S. Navy built this recreational island in 1961. More than 12 million cubic yards of sand and mud created this mile-and-a-half long tropical island, now home to upscale hotels, restaurants and marinas. Along the bay side, you can see the view from the tip of Point Loma, across to the island of Coronado and southward to the U.S & Mexican border. This is a beautiful spot to watch the sunset and a breath-taking skyline vantage point at night.

HARBOR ISLAND WEST MARINA

Come and experience the warm, friendly community of friends and families of Harbor Island West Marina...you'll feel right at home.   Located on the very west end of Harbor Island, you'll find our location and accessibility ideal for day sailing in San Diego Bay or for offshore cruising and fishing. With over 600 slips, side ties and end ties, we can  accommodate vessels from 15' - 100'. Within minutes from the marina you'll find Downtown San Diego, Seaport Village, the Convention Center and the World Famous San Diego Zoo. Walk the Island or just to one of the many fine restaurants. 

 

 

 

 

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