Does the marina maintain a wait list?
A) Yes, the Marina currently maintains a wait list. An annual wait list fee in the amount of $109.00 is required to initiate/maintain ones priority ranking and precedent date on the wait list.
Interested parties may request the required forms by contacting the Harbor Office at (415) 831-6322.
Individuals currently on the wait list may check their current ranking and precedent date by selecting the appropriate berth length.
Are “Liveaboards” allowed in the Marina?
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) Yes, The San Francisco Marina Small Craft Harbor is accepting transient berth rentals. *Current proof of USCG Documentation or Registration, Insurance, and a photo ID are now required upon arrival*
B) No day passes available, overnight rates only. Please check current berthing rates before making a reservation. Current transient berthing rates:
November through July: $2/FT(LOA) per night
August through October: $4/FT(LOA) per night
*LOA = Length Overall - LOA is measured stem to stern, not waterline. Please include all protrusions to your LOA measurements (i.e., pulpit, dinghies, swim platform, etc.).
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). Please contact CityYachts for fuel dock hours. 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 4:30 pm. The general office number (415) 831-6322 will be rolled over to duty staff after normal office hours.
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.