There is no charge for using the launching ramp or for parking boat trailers in parking lot number 1, east of the railroad tracks. Pay parking lot fees in the launch ramp area are $8.00 from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m., $20.00 from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., a total of $28.00 per day. A boat/RV wash down area and pumpout station is available for a nominal fee.
Live Bait and Fuel
Live bait can be purchased at the live bait receiver located near the fuel dock. Fuel, ice, beer, soft drinks and other provisions are available at the fuel dock.
Oceanside Harbor slips are 26, 34, 43, and 51 feet in length. Side ties and end ties are available up to 100 feet. Rental rates are $13.10/$14.30 per foot per month, with fees based upon hull length or length of slip, whichever is greater. Slips are single and water/electric are included dockside. At the present time, there is a waiting list for all slip sizes.
There are a limited number of liveaboard permits available in our Harbor at an additional charge of $3.30 per foot per month. There is a waiting list for liveaboard permits.
Dinghy racks are available at a charge of $5.00 per month for slip permittees and $78.00 for six (6) months for non-slip permittees.
Lockers are available for $20.00 per month to slip renters only.
The friendliest Yacht Club in the United States of America and the world invites you to join the friendliest boaters in the friendliest harbor. We're halfway between the greater Los Angeles Area and the greater San Diego Area. A convenient harbor can mean the difference between life and death, a boat on the rocks or not on the rocks, or a safe haven when the weather is bad or fuel is running low. Membership is in the under $500 range, but our hospitality and friendliness are world-class. Our clubhouse includes two levels of multipurpose rooms, a comfortable lounge and deck overlooking the harbor, and a dining galley. Every day of the year, the Pacific Ocean provides some of the best drama to be found in any theater. You, too, can enjoy the Yacht Club's panoramic view of Oceanside Harbor and the majestic mountains of Southern California from our gateway to the Pacific Rim.
The Harbor is served by the Harbor Unit of the Oceanside Police Department. Sworn police officers and supervisors provide marine and land-based law enforcement services to residents, visitors and boaters 24 hours a day. Harbor Unit officers are trained in emergency medical procedures, CPR, dive rescue and salvage, boating rescues and fire fighting. Visit the Oceanside Police website at http://www.oceansidepolice.com/ for more information.