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Blog: This is My Marina

"My Marina" is the official blog of the Marina del Rey Convention & Visitors Bureau! With a fun, first-hand perspective, it tells different stories of what makes this coastal destination unique.

From the land of water activities, music concerts and gourmet food trucks come three bloggers ready to share our ‘Marina Moments.’

What is a Marina Moment, you might ask? Defined in the official *Marina del Rey Consortium of Words and Ideas, a Marina Moment is that extra special experience that you have anytime you visit, stay or play in the marina. It’s that nostalgic memory that sticks with you and always brings a smile to your face. It’s when time slows down, when you learn a new skill like pottery or sailing or try a new dish at your favorite waterside restaurant.

A Marina Moment is created by the people, places and activities that make up Marina del Rey. Each part of this unique and very special harbor community has a story waiting to be told.

That’s where we come in. We’re here to help tell those stories, share those moments and serve as your insider Marina del Rey guides. So, like Christopher Columbus, Sacagawea and Amelia Earhart before us, we’re excited to explore Marina del Rey and offer you a glimpse into what we find. To kick off this journey and formally introduce ourselves, we decided to start with a few of our favorite marina memories:

Want to read more and meet our MdR bloggers? 

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