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Los Angeles for boating, sailing and fishing

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Los Angeles, CA, US

Boating in Los Angeles summers is a romanticized experience and is to be envied by every other state and for perfectly good reasons. With what appears to be uninterrupted sunshine and access to lakes, ocean beaches, waterways and marinas, the epic opportunities for fun in the sun appear to be boundless.

Most folks associate surfing and boogie boards with Los Angeles but there is far more to enjoy for people with interests involving on water experiences and associated activities. These activities can range from kayaking to hydro-biking and beyond. Just check out the local marinas or explore the Los Angeles River, there is an extensive range of activities to select from.

We suggest that you start you on water exploration at the largest manmade small boat harbor in the world, Marina del Ray.

To assist you in exploring the water activities Los Angeles has to offer we have compiled a guide which includes a list of sailboats and power boats for sale in Los Angeles along with a list of Boat Shows and a directory of boat dealers and yacht brokers. We hope you will find this information useful.

Some Los Angeles Boat Renting Opportunities

Los Angeles, which borders the Pacific Ocean, offers all kinds of opportunities for boating and watersport activities. For boaters you can rent everything from high end yachts to sailboats and canoes.

Additionally, Los Angeles offers a wide variety of boat tours and boats for hire. Interesting public dinner cruises can be found at Shoreline Village in Long Beach. Also, Marina del Rey offers boat rentals which allows you the opportunity to explore the harbor. 

For additional information: Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce


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Information about boating in the Los Angeles area was obtained from various sources and is thought to be correct. We strongly recommend that you contact appropriate entities and agencies to confirm this information.

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