The Mission Bay Harbor Patrol offers
assistance 24 hours a day and can be reached on VHF Channel 16. The
office is open weekdays from 0800 to 1700 hours.
See Moorings, although there are
many privately run docks with overnight slips available.
There are a few 72 hour moorings that are protected from the weather are
available at the north end of Mariners Basin, you may stay up to
3 days out of a 7 day period at no cost, contact (619) 221-8800.
Mission Bay Vessel
The speed limit on Mission Bay from sunset to sunrise is five (5) miles per
hour. At other times, certain areas have a designated speed limit of five (5)
miles per hour or less. These include: wherever buoys are posted with a five (5)
mile per hour limit, near bridges, within 100 feet of shore, within 100 feet of
Vessels are permitted to be beached in many parts of Mission
Bay, provided there is not a designated swim area or a waterski
takeoff and landing area. The north end of Fiesta Island is
closed to beaching. It is important to read signs carefully
before beaching a boat in any area.
are 4 public launch ramps that are open 24 hours.
Dana Landing is located
near the south end of the South Ingraham Bridge. There are overnight
accommodations and rental slips. Amenities include fuel, ice, restaurant
De Anza Cove Public Ramp
is located in the northeast corner of the bay, just off East Mission Bay
Drive. Amenities include picnic areas, swimming and water skiing areas
and a float.
Santa Clara Point Public
Ramp is located on the west side of the bay off Santa Clara Place.
Amenities include ice, groceries, picnic areas, water skiing.
Ski Beach Public Ramp is
located on the east side of Vacation Isle. Amenities include restrooms,
picnic area and water skiing.
Pump Out Stations: Quivira Basin at Marina Village and the Islandia
Hotel Fuel Dock
Fuel Docks: There is fuel available at Quivura Basin, Dana Landing,
the Islandia Hotel Fuel Dock, all with both diesel and gasoline.
There is ice, bottled gas and supplies available at Quivura