Monterey's Harbor, Marina, Fisherman's Wharf I and the Commercial Wharf II
Historic Monterey Harbor is located in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, the largest Marine Sanctuary in the world. Monterey Bay provides a natural setting for the Monterey Harbor and the Monterey Municipal Marina. Located in the City of Monterey along Del Monte Avenue, the Harbor and Marina provide access to a variety of recreational, as well as, commercial opportunities for residents and visitors alike in this scenic setting.
A part of the Harbor, the Marina has become a destination in and of itself as people travel from miles around to launch their boats for fishing or leisure purposes. The Harbormaster, under policy direction from the City Council, continues to improve rules and regulations, allowing for even greater access to the area.
Thank you for visiting our web pages. We look forward to being of service during your visit, and we invite you to get to know your Harbor and its employees and to come visit.
Staff Directory and Contact Form
VHF RADIO: Harbor staff monitors, on a 24 hour basis, Channel 05a is our working VHF channel. Channel 16 - hailing channel for emergencies and Monterey United States Coast Guard.
LATITUDE-LONGITUDE: Monterey Harbor Light 6 located at the end of the Monterey breakwater is 36°36.5' North by 121°53.4' West per the 1999 U.S. Coast Guard Light list.
PHONE: (831) 646-3950 Day / 594-7760 Evening "After hours" / 646-5674 Fax
Office Open everyday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
AFTER HOURS PHONE - HARBOR PATROL:
(5 p.m. to 8 a.m.) For check out or check in, information, transient berthing requests, etc.
Office of the Harbormaster
250 Figueroa St.
Monterey, CA 93940
From November 8th through 20th, the Lady Washington will dock in Old Monterey Wharf (84 Fisherman's Wharf, Monterey, CA 93940). Dockside visitors can expect to tour the vessel and talk with the crew, while sailing passengers will experience the crew in action and the ship under wind power.
In mid 2012, the Cities of Monterey and Morro Bay were awarded a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation grant to develop Community Sustainability Plans (CSP), one for each City. Community Sustainability Plans are cited in the Magnuson Stevens Act (MSA) as one potential method to avoid negative impacts in small fishing communities of the newly instated catch share program.
Updated on 8/19/2016: The Monterey Harbor's Office has posted DRAFT amendments to Chapter 17 of the Monterey City Code.