Marina del Rey WaterBus
Our waterbus info line is 310-628-3219
Get ready! The Waterbus begins on June 22nd!
For a unique way to travel Marina del Rey, park your car and take our WaterBus. The popular, affordable service presents a unique water's-eye view of the community, and with eight boarding stops throughout the Marina, you'll enjoy opportunities to shop, dine and relax in one of Southern California's most beautiful residential and tourist areas. Bikes and strollers are welcome aboard.
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Our Waterbus info line is 310-628-3219
The Marina del Rey WaterBus operates from eight stops in the Marina. They are:
- Fisherman's Village
- Burton Chace Park
- Waterfront Walk / Fire Station #110
- Marina Beach
- Dolphin Marina
- Esprit 1
- Harbor at Marina Bay
- Del Ray Landing
PRICE: The WaterBus costs $1 per guest, each way. You can purchase your ticket from the dock attendants stationed at each WaterBus stop. These attendants can also assist with any questions on WaterBus service and provide additional information on a wide range of activities in Marina del Rey.
The 2017 schedule will operate starting June 22, 2017 on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays from 11am - midnight with Sundays and Labor Day from 11am and 9pm. Final day of service: September Please check this website for any schedule changes or additions.
For hours of operation and more information, visit: http://www.marinawaterbus.com/Default.aspx
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What will one dollar buy you these days? How about a one-way trip in the Marina somewhere! Pretty awesome service they have, a mini cruise to the destination of your choice... in Marina del Rey that is. The guys that work here are pretty awesome. Courteous and nice, they also know what they are doing. All you have to do is pay $1 per person, per ride, they ask you where you want to go and give you tickets based on those destinations. You hand your ticket over to the captain of the boat and most likely you will only have a few fellow passengers along for the ride. Then a nice cruise around the Marina, I recommend going once during daylight and once at night. A cheap romantic date after a nice dinner at Fisherman's village. Oh and if you have visitors from out of town, its a nice touristy thing to do also! Yea for the Waterbus!
– Christine Y
In summer on weekends or when there are free concerts, Marina del Rey has a great deal for getting around the water. A boat that has 7 stops including Mother's Beach, Fisherman's Village, and Chase Burton Park that is just $1 each time you get on.
– Michael S