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Your next vacation could be literally steps away as Emeryville’s own Amtrak Station marks the beginning of the historic California Zephyr route. The trip is considered one of the most scenic rail trips in North...

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The benefits of living on our Emeryville Marina include stunning sunsets, relatively reasonable rents and a community of folks from all walks of life and income levels. For some, it’s about frugality. For others it’s...

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The sinking of a 90-year-old wooden sailboat named ‘Helaine’ had Emeryville Marina residents shaking their heads and crews scrambling this afternoon. Once she started to slip under, submerging took only a few frightening seconds. The...

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Our Emeryville Marina was the recipient of a new V5 Seabin earlier this month. The device rolled out as part of a pilot program and paid for by Safe Harbor Marinas who professionally manage our Marina and many...

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Glidezilla, a ‘mass SUP Downwinder’, took place on our bay last Sunday, August 6th. The inaugural, recreational event was created and coordinated by Emeryville Marina tenants Barbary Ghost and KGB Kiteboarding and co-sponsored by Mike’s Paddle of Alameda....

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Emeryville Marina neighbors have probably noticed the barge, tugboat and heavy equipment amid the vessels that appeared in June. The three-month long dredging project at the Emery Cove Yacht Harbor was contracted to Curtin Maritime and is...

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Barbary Ghost boat Captain Drew Testwuide shares his love of the water, paddle boarding and his “First Mate” Niko through his boating charter business. Drew recently added a social paddle with dogs Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) event on Saturday mornings....

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National Bike Month kicked off Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony held at the new Vista Point on Yerba Buena Island on a perfect spring day. Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and San Francisco Commissioner Jane Kim represented...

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An overcast day may have deterred larger crowds from the inaugural “Day on the Bay” event hosted at our Emeryville Marina. Those that did attend were treated to a family and pet-friendly day on our gorgeous shoreline and harbors. The “small...

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Fallen Tree damages Emeryville Marina Structure

January 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Heavy rainstorms were thought to be at blame for a fallen tree that damaged an Emeryville Marina structure. A Monterey Pine toppled about 3 a.m. early Sunday morning damaging the roof of a shower and laundry structure used by Emeryville liveaboards, slipholders and...

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After the end of an eleven day strike stemming from a price dispute, Dungeness Crab season is back. Our Emeryville Marina presents a convenient opportunity for locals to get a piece of the action. Fish Emeryville’s fleet...

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The Bertollino family and their Kha Shing motor yacht “Meyer” took home the annual Emeryville Marina Christmas lights competition last week. Magdalena Bertollino and her husband decked their yacht from bow to stern in a festive assortment...

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The dangers of the firefighting profession make the lives of the Alameda County Fire Department like no other. They require an athleticism, stamina and trust in one another that inspire a civilian to be braver...

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Emeryville residents and neighbors were treated once again to a somewhat distant, but convenient view of the annual SF Fleet Week (SFFW) event. The Blue Angels announced their presence on Friday afternoon with a flyover, causing curious residents and...

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The Sierra Club “Solo Sierrans” are a group of singles over sixty who have begun facilitating regular Emeryville Marina group walks. Trail leader Vera Lis regularly leads a small group along our picturesque Emeryville Marina as part of their...

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Since TCHO announced they were moving their operations to the Berkeley/Emeryville border back in 2014, we’ve anxiously awaited for them to resume factory tours and the opening of their promised retail shop. While we still can’t provide a date, TCHO...

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Active seniors happily returned to the Emeryville Senior Center after the recent completion of the city’s yearlong renovation project. The 1930s Art Deco Veterans Memorial building resumed its place as a hub for the area’s Senior community. Adult Services...

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The ambitious Bay Trail project received a vital link recently with the completion of the Christie Avenue Bay Trail Gap AKA “The Emeryville Connection”. A special ribbon-cutting ceremony on Bike to Work Day officially anointed...

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Although Emeryville itself lacks its own firework show and has a zero-tolerance policy toward them, we’re fortunate enough to have a fantastic vantage point of neighboring shows every 4th of July. Shows including the neighboring Berkeley...

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