Grand Marina

The Grand Marina is located in Alameda, CA

Phone: 510.865.1200

Grand Marina


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400 Concrete Berths - Capable of Storing up to 110' Vessels

Rate may change. Check out their current rates:
Pricing for Berths:

Boat Size (up to) Per Month 30' 4" $201.09 31' 4" $207.72 32' 4" $229.54 34' 4" $268.12 36' 4" $283.74 38' 4" $302.75 39' 4" $318.97 40' 4" $343.61 41' 4" $352.13 43' 4" $369.17 44" $398.08 45' 4" $407.06 47' 4" $431.18 49' 4" $449.40 53' 4" $485.84

Additional Fees:

End Ties $8.98 per foot

Side Ties $8.24 per foot

Work Berths $7.88 per foot

Liveaboards An additional liveaboard charge is added to berth rental rate $4.00 per foot

Other Services That Are Available:

Key Deposit $30 each key

Cleats $25/hr

Towing $90/hr

Pump Out $45/hr

Guest Berthing

Per night $30.00 + $1/foot over 30' Per week Daily Rate x 5 Plus Utilities

Phone and Cable

Phone $45.00

Cable TV $45.00

Dock Corners & Cushions

2 Corners $105

2 corner / "2" 48" ext $170

2 corner / "4" 48" ext $255

2 corner / "6" 48" ext $340

Marina Services:

  • Secured Gatehouses (Key Accessed Only)
  • Dockside Electrical (up to 50A-220V)
  • Cable TV & Telephone Services Available
  • Heated & Tiled Restrooms with Individual Showers
  • Yacht Brokers on Site
  • Full Service Marine Center

Average Marina Depth: 10 feet

Marine Standby Channel: VHF 16

What You Need to Know Before You Apply For a Berth:

  1. You will need to have your current vessel registration
  2. A binder insurance policy valued at least to $300k.
  3. Insurance must be purchased at least six months before application
  4. Reservation of a berth with a $50 deposit
  5. If your vessel is older than 10 years, you must supply a current photo

Office Hours: 9 to 5am, 7 days a week

Special Features:

FREE secure parking

Security Gates with access keys

Night Patrol
Double fingered concrete berths with 7ft. extra-wide walkways

Laundry facilities: coin operated -liveaboards only
Secured, tiled restroom and showers
Telephone & cable TV available
Individual water hookups
Dock boxes (berths 37' and over have individual dock boxes, smaller berths share divided boxes)

How do I get to the Marina? Please contact the general manager, Andy McKinley for more information about how to reach the Marina.

Is Separately Metered Dockside Electrical Service Available? Yes, for Berths 36' & under: 30 amp, 125 volt is available and for Berths 37' & over: 30 amp, 125 volt & 50 amp, 220 volt is available.

Are Guests Welcome? Yes, the Grand Marina welcomes guests. Please contact the general manager ahead of time to make sure that they will have the space to accommodate you.

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