United States Coast Guard 13871 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey, CA90292 The United States Coast Guard Halibut station is home to the 87-foot Coast Guard Cutter Halibut. The Halibut was built…More in Lockport, La., and commissioned in April 2002. The station's chief responsibilities are search and rescue, maritime law enforcement and homeland security. The Halibut station is responsible for patrolling 300 miles of coast from Dana Point to Morro Bay and provides security for the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
California Sailing Academy & Coast Guard School has been in business since 1964. The instructors here prepare…More future sailors to ride the seas safely. They have been responsible for teaching more than 40,000 students nationwide and are approved by the United States Cost Guard. Call for details on enrolling. Visit its website for more information.
Get a fishing license ready because Marina Del Rey Sportfishing has daily open party trips and private charters…More available. Its vessels are U.S. Coast Guard licensed and have packages for novices, professionals and everyone in between. It has equipment, bait and other on-board services. Depending on the time of the year, Marina Del Rey Sportfishing will offer twilight and night fishing, as well as whale and dolphin watching excursions.
The office is located right on the dock in the south side of Fisherman's Village and near the U.S. Coast Guard's dock and Shanghai Reds. Look for a little green structure with three pointed roofs. There is paid parking with limited-time validation, but Dock 52 is free and located North of Fisherman's Village along Fiji Way.
Villa Venetia Apartments 13900 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey, CA90292 Villa Venetia Apartments is one of the thousands of properties that Lyon has in its apartment-homes roster. It is…More located at the end of Fiji Way. It is adjacent to UCLA's boathouse and the local Coast Guard. It has great views and facilities within, and is steps from Ballona Creek, which is great for runs and bike rides. Access from the 405 Freeway is easy. Just head west untill the end of the 90 Highway and go south on Lincoln Boulevard. Turn right on Fiji Way, and it will be to your right as you hit the end of Fiji Way and the road starts going back north. The building has a monochromatic brown-and-khaki color scheme.