For centuries, sailors have sought refuge in the protected harbors that make up the Two Harbors area. Catalina Harbor, on the windward side of the island, is the only natural, deep, all weather harbor in between San Diego and San Francisco. The headlands of Catalina Harbor, a unique rock formation, reaches out into the Pacific and protects the harbor from storms and winds. Isthmus Cove on the leeward side, faces the mainland, and though it is more open, it too, is normally calm and protected.
This resort area offers boaters all the amenities expected. A dinghy dock, shoreboat service, year-round fuel and water, trash service, and marine mechanic, along with the facilities and services at Two Harbors make it an ideal destination.
|From||Magnetic Course||Reverse Course||Distance Nautical Miles|
|San Pedro Breakwater||202||022||19.8|
|Long Beach Breakwater||208||028||22.5|
|Long Beach Marina (East Breakwater Light)||213||033||24.0|
|Marina Del Rey||170||350||30.0|