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With our busy season coming to a close, we are going to be changing our office hours just slightly. Our new office hours are as follows:
|MON - FRI||8:30 AM||4:30 PM|
|SAT - SUN||8:00 AM||1:00 PM|
If you have any questions or concerns, call us at 310-305-7245 or email us here!
If you haven’t already, please update your address books today because we have officially moved!
If you have any questions, call us at 310-305-7245, or email us at email@example.com.
Come and check out thew views from our new office at:
13723 Fiji Way B-U6,
Marina del Rey, CA 90292.
Our office will be moving over to Fisherman’s Village on September 23, 2016! Our new address will be as follows:
13723 Fiji Way B-U6,
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
If you have any questions, feel free to call us at 310-305-7245!
Call us to reserve your charter on the newest addition to our fleet. Dream Catcher is a beautiful Dufour 560, and she is ready to set sail with you today!
Don’t miss out on the last 3 weeks of our half-day pricing – the season ends April 13th. Call Ruth or Ellie at 310-305-7245 to schedule your sail!
Join us here in Marina del Rey for the Los Angeles Boat Show Thursday, Feb. 25 – Sunday, Feb. 28. After viewing the L.A. Boat Show at the Convention Center, be sure to visit Blue Pacific Boating at the larger in-water portion of the show in Marina del Rey.
Blue Pacific is delighted to announce the return of our ASA 114 catamaran instruction class. Please call to call to schedule your class today! 310-305-7245
Sail away to Catalina! Isthmus Cove, Two Harbors or “The Isthmus” is located on the northeast side of Catalina Island, just across the geographical isthmus from Cat Harbor. This cove is large and contains 249 moorings and anchorage for over 100. Even so, remember that the moorings fill up fast on the busy summer weekends! The Isthmus is a major center of boating activity on the Island. Shore boat service is available by radio if you don’t want to use your dinghy. If this is your first time to The Isthmus, check your chart for the location of Harbor Reef, a local hazard located at the north end of the cove.