Welcome to San Francisco Marina Small Craft Harbor website. San Francisco Marina, as it is also known, is a destination sought by thousands of boaters from all over the world. The oldest recreational marina operating in San Francisco, and perhaps the Greater Bay Area, the harbor has had vessels berthed in its original basin, now known as the West Harbor, since before the 1906 earthquake. The original marina was expanded in the mid-1960s and is now approximately 35 acres. The entire facility has 727 berths, including 15 end ties for guest berthing vessels up to 50 feet LOA, free pump out stations and a commercial fuel dock.San Francisco Marina also features a large and popular park, Marina Green, which is home to many events including Escape From Alcatraz and Fleet Week. Marina Green also has several “par course” workout stations along its perimeter.
Dredging in the West Basin started on Monday 25th; dredging operation is from 7am – 10pm and it will take approximately 10 days to finish this project. Impact on entering and exiting marina will be minimal during the dredging operation; please contact Dutra, DB24, through radio channel 82 before entering the Marina.
Please join us for an informational meeting on the project plans for the Marina Bay Trail, along Marina Boulevard. GOALS OF THE PROJECT Ensure safety for people walking and biking; Provide uninterrupted … Continue reading
Sorry for the typo, Moscone Rec Center is located at 1800 Chestnut Street at Buchanan Street. We hope you can join us.
San Francisco Marina waterfront has always been a spiffy place, one of the world’s most scenic locations with sweeping views of the bay, the Golden Gate and the Marin Headlands. Now, it’s an award winner. The American Society of Civil Engineers has named the Marina Yacht Harbor Renovation its 2014 … Continue reading
EventsSep 17, 2016
San Francisco Marina will be participating in the California Coastal Cleanup Day on September 17, 2016 from 9AM-1PM. We will be meeting at 3950 Scott Street, San Francisco Ca 94123 in front … Continue reading
The San Francisco Marina Small Craft Harbor is having our first annual tenant event on 9/21/16 (Wednesday) from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
Our address is 3950 Scott Street, SF, CA 94123.
Please RSVP by 9/9/16 through email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (415) 831.6322.
We look forward to seeing you on 9/21/16!
- Marina Rules and Regulations
- Method for Tying to Center Pilings
- Marina hazardous waste disposal
- Berth Transfers Procedures
- Conversion Table
SENIORITY LISTS FOR THE WEST HARBOR RE-ASSIGNMENT
In accordance with the newly adopted West Harbor Re-assignment Policy, Marina Management has posted an initial Seniority List for each berth size based on the records we have indicating seniority dates for a continuous Berthing License (Rental Agreement or Mooring License). This Seniority List will be updated if and when individuals can show written evidence to prove a more senior date. If you have not already participated in our vessel inspections, please check your actual vessel length with the length we have on file, as you will only be assigned a berth that correctly fits your vessel, as the Marina Rules specify. Please contact the Habormaster if your actual vessel length is greater than the berth length you are assigned on this Seniority list.
San Francisco Marina offers several services to our boaters. Marina office hours are: Seven days per week, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. After hours (call the office number, (415) 831-6322, which will roll over to Park Patrol after normal office hours).
Keys and Permanent parking permits are issued only during normal business hours. Temporary Parking Permits are available at the Harbor office during normal business hours seven days a week.
Used Oil Recycling: Available to all of our Berth Holders. Limited to uncontaminated used engine oil and oil filters. Receptacle container is located in the northeast parking lot near City Yachts. Please do not dispose contaminated oil. We also offer free absorbent pads, and free used oil absorbent (bilge pads) disposal.
For all other toxic waste, please contact Recology by calling 415-330-1405.
Sewage Discharge: Two Pump Out Stations are available, 24 hours a day, / seven days a week and FREE to all boaters. The West Harbor Pump Out dock is located just north of the Harbor Office (on the south side of the channel and across from the Golden Gate Yacht Club). The East Harbor Pump Out is located at the fuel dock. Both Pump Out stations have portable toilet rinsing stations as well.
FUEL: City Yachts/Gas House Fuel Dock provides both diesel and gasoline. Their hours are 9:00 am until 5:00 pm every day.
Vessel Turn-in Program
The Vessel Turn-In Program (VTIP) is a program created to help boat owners surrender their unwanted recreational boats to a local participating VTIP agency, free of charge. This helpful and proactive program is administered by California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW), and grants are awarded annually to qualified local public agencies statewide. Commercial vessels are not covered under this program.
San Francisco Marina's Berthing Fees, adopted and approved by the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Commission and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, have been developed with all boaters in mind. They are available through the Harbor Office or can be found here.
Reservations for transient berths may be made up to 30 days in advance in person or over the phone during regular office hours, Monday through Friday. Payment in advance is required, and telephone reservations must be made with a credit card (Visa or M/C only) payment in advance.
Berth & Mooring Fee
- West Harbor for Fiscal Year 2016-2017
|25'||$12.99 per foot|
|30' - 35'||$13.17 per foot|
|40' - 45'||$15.98 per foot|
|50' - 60'||$16.34 per foot|
|70' - 90'||$16.68 per foot|
- East Harbor for Fiscal Year 2016-2017
|20' - 25'||$9.39 per foot|
|30' - 35'||$9.52 per foot|
Required Deposit Fee ( refundable if there is no loss, damage or need to clean item )
|Berth||One Month's Rent|
|Key for Visiting Boater||$55.00 per key|
|Electrical Adapter for Visiting Boater||$139.00 per adapter|
|Hazardous Material or Removal Fee||$166.00 per incident|
Guest Dock Rates
- Boarding Dock Fee ( $3.00 per foot $ 1.00 per person )
- Short Term Rates
|0' - 50'||$2.00 per foot|
- Berthholders & Partners (with proof)
|First two stickers||Free|
- Daily Parking ( Allows Permit Holder to Park in Marina Space if Available )
|Crew||$8.00 per day|
|Non - Owner (Guest)||$8.00 per day|
|Special Event Parking||$8.00 per day|
|Chain Fee (Delinquents and Unauthorized)||$57.00 per incident|
|Dock Box Cleaning Fee||$57.00 (from HazMat DP)|
|Impound||$172.00 per incident|
|Harbor Line Installation||$34.00 per line|
|Labor||$57.00 per incident or|
|$86.00 per hour, whichever|
|Late Fee||10% of initial fee|
|Water||$86.00 for 1st incident|
|$143.00 for subsequent|
Slip Transfer ( Determined by Length of Berth )
- Per Foot Fees
|20' - 35'||$167.00|
|36' - 45'||$222.00|
- Towing $105.00 (Standard)
Small Boat Rack (dingy, canoe or kayak)$29.00 per month
Wait List Fee
- Wait List Fee is $86.00 per year
Does the marina maintain a waitlist?
A) Yes, the Marina currently maintains a waitlist. An annual waitlist fee in the amount of $86.00 is required to initiate/maintain ones priority ranking and precedent date on the waitlist.
Interested parties may request the required forms by contacting the Harbor Office at (415) 831-6322.
Individuals currently on the waitlist may check their current ranking and precedent date by selecting the appropriate berth length. Please see the Wait List tab.
A) The San Francisco Marina Small Craft Harbor does not allow “liveaboards”.
Can I operate a business from my boat?
A) No commercial activity, such as operating "Bed & Breakfast" facilities or charter services are permitted in the San Francisco Marina without a written approval from the Harbormaster. The Harbormaster's Office is not granting permits at this time.
Is the Marina currently accepting transient rentals?
A) The San Francisco Marina Small Craft Harbor is accepting transient berth rentals.
Where can I buy fuel?
A) City Yachts fuel dock provides both diesel and gasoline fuel services. The fuel dock is located in the Gashouse Cove Basin (East Harbor). Fuel dock hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm seven days a week. The fuel dock can be contacted directly at (415)-567-8880 or via http://www.citysf.com/fueldock.htm
Where can I recycle my used oil?
A) Uncontaminated used engine oil and oil filter recycling is available to all our Berthholders. The receptacle is located in the northeast parking lot near City Yachts. For all other toxic waste, please contact Recology at (415) 330-1405.
Where can I find a copy of the current Rules and Regulations?
A) A copy of the Rules and Regulations of the San Francisco Marina Small Craft Harbor may be obtained from the Harbor Office or under Policies on this site.
How are the Rules and Regulations adopted?
A) The Rules and Regulations of the San Francisco Small Craft Harbor are adopted and approved by the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Commission.
Where are the pump out stations located?
A) Two pump out stations are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to all boaters. The West Harbor pump out dock is located just north of the Harbor Office (on the south side of the channel and across from the Golden Gate Yacht Club). The East Harbor pump out is located at the Gashouse Cove fuel dock.
What are the hours of operation for the Harbor Office?
A) The Harbor Office is open seven days per week, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. The general office number (415) 831-6322 will be rolled over to duty staff after normal office hours.
West Harbor Renovation:
What is the scope of the West Harbor renovations?
A)West Harbor improvements include:
- Two new breakwater segments
- Removal of one breakwater structure (mole) near the Harbor Office
- Reconstruction of portions of the degraded riprap slopes around the interior shorelines
- Replacement and reconfiguration of the floating docks and slips
- Renovation of existing pump out facility
- Maintenance dredging
- Code upgrades to the Harbor Office, restrooms and boater showers
- Landscaping, site and public access improvements
Dock improvements will also include upgrades in electrical service, water system and fire protection stations, installation of new dock lights, and replacement of gates, ramps and gangways.
Detailed information and key documents may be found at: http://www.sfmarina-renovate.org
Is Parking Available at the Marina?
A) The Marina Green and associated parking facilities are available to the general public. All vehicle parking is subject to availability and is on a first come first served basis. General public “non-permitted” vehicle parking is valid between the hours of 6:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Two hundred nineteen (219) parking spaces throughout the Marina Green are striped for the exclusive use of “permitted” Harbor tenants between the hours of 10pm to 6am M-F and 24/7 on Weekends and Holidays. Properly “permitted” vehicles enjoy 24/7 parking privileges subject to availability.
In addition, thirty-two (32) exclusive “permitted” spaces have been added for the use of Harbor tenants only on a 24/7 basis.
Harbor tenants are issued up to two permanent parking permits, which are non-transferable. Permits are issued to berthholders or pre-authorized boat partners only. Permits are to be affixed to the right hand side (passenger side) of your vehicles rear bumper. Permits must be visible at all times.
Can I sublease my slip?
A) No, a bertholder shall not give, sell, sublease, assign, or transfer, or attempt to give, sell, sublease, assign, or transfer, whether voluntarily or involuntarily. Subletting berths is against the San Francisco Marina Small Craft Harbor’s Rules and Regulations. However, upon the approval of the Harbormaster, bertholders can request temporary suspension of their berthing licenses to take an extended cruise of not less than 60 days.
Berth Transfers Procedures
Defined as the date the application was accepted, and does not solely dictate ranking.
Ranking is Affected by the Following Considerations
- Date the application was accepted
For more information please contact the Harbormaster's office at 415-831-6322
Does the marina maintain a waitlist?
A) Yes, the Marina currently maintains a waitlist. An annual waitlist fee in the amount of $83.00 is required to initiate/maintain ones priority ranking and precedent date on the waitlist.
Interested parties may request the required forms by contacting the Harbor Office at (415) 831-6322.
Individuals currently on the waitlist may check their current ranking and precedent date by selecting the appropriate berth length. Please see the Berthing & Fees tab.
Vessels for Sale to Wait List
The below vessels are eligible for a transfer of the berth with the sale of the listed vessel to the highest person on the wait List for the respective berth size. There is a substantial transfer fee associated with a berth transfer, see Section 7, H (3) of the Marina Rules and Regulations. If you are interested in purchasing any of the below vessels please contact the boat sellers. For more information, please refer to the "Berth Transfer Procedures" under Policy Info for details.
- 40' Narrow berth in West Basin, ref #611, 30' Columbia Sailboat,$74,000.00, contact owner at (530) 520-3068
- 30' Berth East Basin, ref #388A, 1990 20' SeaRay, $20,000.00, contact owner at (415) 310-0326
- 30' narrow berth in West Basin, ref #735, 2004 26' Nordic Folkboat, $45,000.00, contact John Berry Yachts (510) 387-9014.
- 30' narrow berth in West Basin, ref #733, 1989 22' Farallon Enclosed Cabin, $29,000.00. Contact owner at email@example.com
- 25' berth in the East Basin, ref# 136, 1980 25' Catalina, $10,000.00. Contact Kevin Cronin at (206) 979-5422 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- 30' narrow berth in the West Basin, ref# 319, 1971 20' Jensen Marine Cal 20, $19,500.00. Contact David at (831) 438-2677.
- 30' berth in the East Basin, ref# 502, 1969 26' Columbia, $6,000.00. Contact seller at (415)509-2420 or email@example.com
- 45' narrow berth in the West Basin, ref# 631, 1985 Sea Ray 42', $325,000.00. Contact Newt Kindlund at firstname.lastname@example.org, cell (407) 462-2392 or Chris Kaplan at Chrissy@citysf.com, (415) 567-8880
- 25' wide berth, West Basin, ref#657, 1964 Cal 20 20', $3,000.00. Contact seller at (925) 708-4983, (925) 708-3261 or email@example.com
- 35' narrow berth, West Basin, Ref#543, 1968 Tollycraft Royal 30', $25,000.00. Contact seller at (415) 788-3210 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- 40' wide berth, West Basin, Ref#273, 373 Beneteau, $119,000.00. Contact Skip Johnson at (925) 819-1460 or email@example.com.