About Alameda Marina

Alameda Marina is located along the historic waterfront of the Alameda/Oakland Estuary directly across from Coast Guard Island. Built on a former shipyard, our 42-acre complex is quite diverse; offering 530 wet berths, as well as office space, warehouse space and industrial space.

Why Keep Your Boat at Alameda Marina?

Alameda is renowned for a warm micro climate, a safe and friendly small town atmosphere, and its proximity to San Francisco Bay. By boat, the distance from Alameda Marina to the San Francisco Bay Bridge is only 6 nautical miles. Most of that distance is on the wide and protected waters of the Estuary. If you're a daily sailor, the prevailing winds typically run from the West-Northwest, making for a nice upwind sail out of the Bay, and a leisurely downwind sail home in the afternoon. As you sail in from the sometimes foggy and blustery winds of the Bay, the temperature warms up as you head East, the waters become calm and you finish your boating experience with a sense of relaxation.

why move your business into the alameda marina?

Despite its small town atmosphere, Alameda has a population of approximately 75,000. The city's local commerce is rapidly expanding as the City continues to grow. Alameda Marina businesses are also conveniently located only 10 minutes from the Oakland International Airport, and local public transportation (BART and Ferry) to San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area. The complex has ample free parking, as well as highly competitive commercial leasing rates and terms.

Other features and benefits of the alameda marina

Driving to the Alameda Marina is easy and convenient, as we are less than 5 minutes from the 880 Freeway. When you drive onto the island over one of Alameda's 4 draw bridges, you immediately feel at ease in Alameda's small town atmosphere. The Alameda Marina is a gated complex, with night security patrol and tenant only card key access.

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