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There are several restaurants, a hotel and a yacht club in the Berkeley Marina. There are also several walking and bicycle paths. The area is accessible from the rest of Berkeley by foot or bike over the Berkeley I-80 Bridge at the foot of Addison Street (one block south of University Avenue), and is traversed near Interstate 80 by a segment of ...
View of Marina from restaurant A number of private businesses offer opportunities to dine, stay, learn, shop, or play at the Waterfront. Businesses include: Berkeley Boathouse Restaurant
My husband and I visited Berkeley Marina in early May. It was great to spend the day walking around the water and looking at the boats. Berkely Marina is a great place close to the city, yet peaceful and quiet. There are plenty of benches to sit at and relax while looking at seagulls and other birds. We saw a gofer and a ground squirrel too.
Monthly slip holders at the Berkeley Marina enjoy direct access to the Bay and other amenities and advantages. Learn more about the application process and fees to become a monthly slip holder. A limited number of berths are also available to live aboard your vessel; submit an application to join the live-aboard waitlist.
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Next door, the Cal Sailing Club offers three-month memberships for $99, which give you access to the club’s equipment, unlimited lessons, and social events. Just don’t forget to wear your wetsuit: that’s Pacific Ocean water out there! Sailboats and houseboats docked at the Berkeley Marina (Jeff Gilliland).
Yes, the Berkeley Marina has the bay views and all of the lovely white sailboats you’d expect. But it also holds enough adventures to keep you busy for an entire day, and with a distinctly Berkeley twist.
Ready to relax? Find all you need for mooching, trolling, and of course, beverages and snacks at the Berkeley Marina Bait and Tackle Shop. Crave a casual cup of coffee? The Cafe at Doubletree offers espresso, snacks and sundries.
Shorebird Park, situated along the southern shoreline at the Berkeley Marina, offers the following: Shorebird Nature Center and Classroom is the first municipal strawbale building in the United States