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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
San Pedro Fish Market is still a family owned and operated business; there are currently 3 generations of us working here.
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.
Here are great places to visit, who you need to know, where to eat, and restock before heading back out on the water!