Napa Valley Marina

Website: http://www.napavalleymarina.com

1200 Milton Road
Napa, CA 94559

Phone: 707-252-8011   

The Napa Valley Marina is the only large public boating facility, other than launch ramps, on the Napa River. In addition to covered and open slips, there's a guest dock, a fuel dock, and a large boatyard. The boatyard has room for more than 250 boats. With warmer weather and cheaper rates than anywhere else this close to San Francisco, the boatyard is a popular site for large owner-managed projects.

Access: Enter the Mare Island Strait between Mare Island and Vallejo and proceed 9 miles north. The marina is about 6 miles south of downtown Napa.



About Marinas

There are nearly 40 marinas in the central San Francisco Bay area, with a total of more than 11,000 slips. Many have some guest slips available for overnight visits. Some marinas have openings for permanent slips, but many have waiting lists.

About Guest Docks

There are few dedicated public guest docks on the bay. Many marinas have some guest slips available. If you're a member of a yacht club, other clubs can often offer a guest slip.

About Fuel Docks

There's only a few places on the bay where you can get fuel. All fuel docks have both gas and diesel, and most have pump-outs as well.

About Boatyards

Time to get your boat hauled out? Nearly every part of the San Francisco Bay has at least one boat yard that can haul your boat, paint the bottom, and take care of countless other boat maintenance tasks. Many boat yards have rigging services, electricians, mechanics, and woodworkers.

About Chandleries

Nearly every waterfront area has at least one chandlery not far from the shore. The West Marine stores dominate the Bay Area's boating supply scene, but a few independent chandleries remain, especially at boat yards and marinas.