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Huntington Harbour, Huntington Beach, California includes 5 manmade islands and Peter's Landing Marina

 


PETER'S LANDING MARINA 16400 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92649   (714) 840-1387.  N33º 43.790', W118º 04.990'

 

Located in Huntington Harbour across from Sunset Beach and 15 minutes to open water, Peter's Landing Marina includes Yacht and Sales Brokerage, a fuel dock and launch ramp nearby, Marine Chandlery BoatU.S./West Marine on-site, 2 hour Guest Docks from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily and 13 restaurants within walking distance. 325 Slips can accommodate vessels from 31' to 96' LOA. Amenities include: Other Amenities Include: State of the art security access system, private parking, dock-side trash removal service daily, pump out facility, VHF-Channel 68 monitored, temporary guest mooring available by reservation, 30 and/or 50 amp electric service, water and phone integrated into dock boxes and an immaculate restroom, shower and laundry facilities.

 At Peter's Landing Shopping Center located on the property with the marina are a Starbucks Coffee drive-thru and wonderful boat store, BoatU.S./West Marine.
 

HUNTINGTON HARBOUR ISLANDS

Admiralty This development contains 90 single-family residences, nearly all with water frontage. Access is via Pacific Coast Highway at Admiralty Drive. 
Gilbert Bounded by Admiralty Island to the west and the Main Channel to the east, it contains 100 home sites, two thirds of which are on-the-water locations. 
Davenport 227 home sites are evenly split between on-water and off-water locations. 
The southernmost island is accessed by taking Davenport Drive which the southern border of Huntington Harbour Mall. 
Humboldt Two-thirds of the 335 homes are on-water locations with views of Christiana Bay. Access the Island by taking Saybrook Lane to Humboldt Drive.
Trinidad No figures provided for the number of home on what is considered the most luxurious of the islands. Drive west on Edinger Avenue and turn left on Trinidad Lane. 


Huntington Harbour is located in the northwest region of Huntington Beach and is comprised of a harbor, five manmade islands, several shopping centers, numerous restaurants, hotels, Peter's Landing Marina, Sunset Aquatic and Huntington Harbour launch ramps, plus schools, apartments, condominiums, homes and fabulous estates.

 

Bounded by the cities of Westminster, Seal Beach and Sunset Beach, Huntington Harbour includes a network of navigable channels that access the Pacific Ocean via Anaheim Bay. Five islands--Humboldt, Davenport, Gilbert, Trinidad and Admiralty, plus guard gated Coral Cay and Sunset Island in the County of Orange community of Sunset Beach include waterways and channels lined with multi-million dollar homes and estates, private docks and yachts. Shopping centers include Huntington Harbour Mall, Marina Village Mall and numerous smaller malls and shopping centers. Located in the Ocean View School District, schools include Harbour View Elementary School, Marine View Middle School and Marina High School. 

For guests visiting Huntington Beach, Peter's Landing Marina near Anderson Street and Pacific Coast Highway and Huntington Harbour Marina next to Huntington Harbour Yacht Club on Warner Avenue near Pacific Coast Highway offer several two-hour guest slips available on a first-come, first-served basis for boaters. To access Huntington Harbour via boat or yacht, you must pass Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station and Anaheim Bay National Wildlife Refuge in the Anaheim Bay. Huntington Harbour is the closest mainland location to Catalina Island (only 24 nautical miles) and is located between the largest municipal pleasure cruise harbor in the United States in Long Beach to the north and Newport Beach to the south. 

Huntington Harbour Yacht Club is the largest yachting group in Huntington Harbour. The close-knit community of members own a beautiful clubhouse and enjoy events such as boating and fishing contests and excursions, educational trips for under-privileged children and social functions such as meetings, fund-raisers and dinners.

 

Huntington Beach, California - Construction began on the Huntington Harbour complex in 1963. Two islands, Admiralty and Gilbert, were included in the first phase of development. Today, Huntington Harbour contains five manmade islands offering a wide variety of home styles in both single family and condominium units. Every year, during the Christmas season, the Harbour residents present a “Cruise of Lights” by dressing up their boats with lights and decorations for a parade through the Harbour. Residents and visitors attend the nightly parades which have become a popular attraction. (see HB Events Calendar.)

 

For tourists and local residents wishing to enjoy the beauty of Huntington Harbour, it is possible to rent Duffy electric boats in Sunset Beach and kayaks from Malibu Sports or Sunset Yacht and Boat Rentals in Sunset Beach.