Resource Around CYM Cabrillo


Here are great places to visit, eat and restock before heading back out on the water! You can also get driving directions to things of interest in the area, find great fishing and boating apps as well as valuable information on all things boating. Be sure to check out the web cameras to see what conditions are locally and at hotspots in the area!

Celebrate the American Spirit at the Battleship IOWA educational museum & attraction – the West Coast’s only Battleship open to the public and 2013 winner of the SSHSA Museum Ship of the Year. Considered one of the “Best Cool Exhibits to See with Your Kids”, your tour takes you on a journey through World War II, the Korean War, and the Cold War to experience the life of a sailor on the lead ship of the last class of gunships. Walk the wood decks of a battleship and see areas such as the 16” guns, 5” guns, missile decks, bridge, mess areas, and the world famous Captain’s Cabin – with the only bathtub installed on a battleship for a President. Known as “The Battleship of Presidents”, IOWA has hosted three Presidents – Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, and George H.W. Bush – and numerous dignitaries during almost 70 years of service. Battleship IOWA is located at the L.A. Waterfront, former home to the US Navy Battleship fleet prior to World War II and an area rich in maritime history. The Battleship IOWA museum is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Los Angeles’ New England fishing village since 1963, Ports O’ Call Village, located along the Port of Los Angeles’ Main Channel in San Pedro, is a unique seaside plaza that features souvenir and gift shops, along with popular and one-of-a-kind restaurants, tempting sweetshops, fish markets and quick-bite eateries.  In front of the village’s namesake Ports O’ Call Restaurant stands a statue modeled after the famous “Gorton’s Fisherman” in Gloucester, Mass.

With meandering cobblestone walkways weaving through the 15-acre destination, Ports O’ Call is also the departure point for narrated harbor tours, dinner dance cruises and whale watching excursions. Enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants overlooking the harbor. Afterward, take a walk along the boardwalk and stop for a photo with the picturesque harbor backdrop.  Ports O’ Call Village is easy to reach and offers free parking, a rarity with most oceanfront venues.


Built in 1941, this “Streamlined Moderne” building was the base for an auto ferry which crossed the channel at regular intervals from San Pedro to a sister building on Terminal Island. It served navy personnel, fishing industry employees, and people who wished to avoid the long circuitous route through Wilmington and Industrial Long Beach. With the completion of the Vincent Thomas Bridge in 1963, ferry operations ceased, and the building became an overflow office for the Harbor Department.

Saved from deterioration by historically-minded citizens, the building has been beautifully restored, and now houses the largest maritime museum in California. This 75,000 square foot facility features more than 700 ship and boat models, a variety of navigational equipment and an operating amateur radio station. Exhibits include Native American artifacts relating to the sea, ship figureheads, maritime arts and crafts and an 18-foot scale model of the Titanic. Historical exhibits of the whaling industry, tall ships, commercial shipping, the Navy, the Merchant Marine and recreational sailing.

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Explore a huge selection of Boat Parts, Accessories, Sailing Gear and Boating Apparel at No Hassle Return Policy and Low Price Guarantee. Need the part in a hurry? Visit West Marine locally in San Pedro…just minutes from the Marina.

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The power to feel the ocean breeze rushing across your face. The power to make waves…and unforgettable memories. The power to explore the most exciting two thirds of the planet. But with power comes responsibility. That’s where US Powerboating comes in. Let us connect you with the training, education and on-water courses you need to operate your powerboat safely.


The world’s largest powerboat magazine.


Find the latest performance sailing equipment, sailing gear, sailboat reviews, racing news, tactics, techniques, photos, videos and more at Sailing World.


This is a great resource for both freshwater and ocean fishing. Get all the information you need regarding licenses, regulations, seasons, limits, report cards, how to report a tagged fish, marine protected areas, fish identification, fishing in the city, angling records as well as fishing tournamets and frequently asked questions.


DAN is Divers Alert Network, the diving industry’s largest association dedicated to scuba diving safety. Serving scuba divers for more than 30 years, DAN provides emergency assistance, medical information resources, educational opportunities and more. Whether you are just learning how to scuba dive or are a veteran of the sport, DAN has a great deal to offer you.

One of DAN’s best-known resources is the 24-hour DAN Emergency Hotline, which stands ready every hour of the day to help scuba divers in need. But DAN offers a number of non-emergency resources as well, including the DAN Information Line, medical FAQs, online seminars and video lectures, real-time webinars, articles, quizzes and more.


We are a Network of thousands of California anglers sharing fishing reports, spots, tips and tricks. We have a massive database loaded with fishing information from all across California.

Whether you fish freshwater, saltwater, or both, you’ll find all the information you need right here at FNN. And the best part….. It’s all FREE! No membership, dues, or registration required.

Our goal is to provide you with all the information you need to catch more and bigger fish in the beautiful state of California.


Frank Hall was a World War 11 hero who served as a bomber pilot flying B-17’s over Germany. He was shot down three times and miraculously escaped from the Germans each time. After the war he ran a fishing boat called “Sharpshooter” and in 1963 he bought the original Skipper’s 22nd Street Landing which was founded in 1938. He operated Skipper’s out of two trailers next to a fast-food stand called Googie’s.

Both businesses shared a common dirt parking lot and were very successful in spite of the simple setting. In 1986 the Port of Los Angeles informed Frank that in order for him to renew his lease with them, he would have to construct a 16,000 square foot commercial building on the site which would include a large restaurant on the top floor. Dick Mannila, a Vietnam Veteran who was medically retired from the Marine Corps was hired to build the project.Dick had successfully built restaurants around the nation as a partner in Borel Restaurant Corporation which eventually grew to 31 restaurants doing business as the Rusty Scupper, Borel’s and Nightwatch. The restaurants were sold to Nestle’s Food Company in 1978.

The present building was completed in 1989 and 22nd St. Landing Seafood Grill & Bar opened for business on June 5, 1990.

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Often referred to as the Disneyland of seafood, San Pedro Fish Market and Restaurant was founded in 1982. Our original store was actually called Vista Seafood and opened in 1957. Both specialized in delivering fresh seafood to seafood lovers. The founders, Mackey Ungaro, his son Henry Ungaro and his nephew Tommy Amalfitano. In the late 60’s we relocated to the waterfront and eventually changed our name.

San Pedro Fish Market is still a family owned and operated business; there are currently 3 generations of us working here.

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A San Pedro staple. Pac Diner is the breakfast place to go to in San Pedro.

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We are fashioned in the classic English Victorian Style, Oak-Panels & Brass Bar fittings. We’re located in the heart of Los Angeles Harbor. A vibrant & exciting place.

We feature many special Dining or Entertainment Events throughout the year. Ideal for that “Special Occasion” or just something a little different.

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Exquisite authentic Moroccan cuisine served in a tent-like atmosphere, romantic sultry music, belly dancing and tarot reading. Upon entering Babouch you are magically transported to a marvelous Moroccan Palace with colorful tapestries and golden arches where you will feast on award winning cuisine. Specialties include Lamb, Cous Cous, Brochette of Beef and Seafood.

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The Fish Alerts Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and Social Networking app is an exciting new app that allows you to view all available Marine Protected Areas and their restrictions from your iPhone and iPad. Before FishAlerts! this information was only available through hard-to-navigate government websites and web browsers. Not any more… Now, by simply downloading the FishAlerts! app you can know where you can and can’t fish with a couple taps of the touch screen.

North American Fish Guide is an app for your smartphone that gives you easy access to vital information on over 100 species of game fish, helping you in your favorite activity of all time: fishing. Complete descriptions of each species provide information about where and at what depths to find them, seasonal variations, population and growth statistics, and other pertinent facts. Additional information on foraging habits tell you what kind of bait a species is likely to go for, and angling tips tell you the ideal line weight and hook size to use, helping you catch your limit. Next time you go fishing, bring along your smartphone. Or, on second thought, read up on the fish you want to catch before you go. You wouldn’t want to lose your smartphone overboard, or worse yet, get a call from your boss.

The Waypoint Nautical Almanac is an entire almanac in your pocket. It features a marina directory (with cutting edge Augmented Reality), UK tidal data, in-depth weather reporting, latest news & events, a smart compass, over 20 beautiful sailing knots and much more. Mobile delivers all the proven data you need to catch more fish whether you’re a freshwater, saltwater, Great Lakes or fly fisherman. Together with online, this app provides detailed fishing maps with data powered by Fishing Hot Spots – a trusted name in the industry for 40 years. Mark, track and view your catches with a personal and secure fishing log that connects directly to your online profile, and upload fishing photos and realtime GPS coordinates straight to your mobile device.

Sport Fishing magazine is written for the passionate angler who wants in-depth, cutting-edge information on the latest techniques, the hottest locations and the newest equipment to optimize a day on the water. It is an invaluable source of saltwater fishing information that informs and inspires its readers by delivering in-depth coverage of all topics of interest to active saltwater anglers.

Here are great places to visit, who you need to know, where to eat, and restock before heading back out on the water!