San Francisco Bay

Reciprocal Privileges with all of Almar’s California Marinas

Located within the Port of Oakland, Oakland Marinas consists of five marinas around the Oakland/Alameda Estuary, by Jack London Square, Central Basin, Embarcadero North 1 and 2, and Union Point Basin. Not only are the Oakland Marina’s conveniently located around the estuary, and a safe and clean location to berth your boat, we’re just a walk away from parks, shopping, delicious restaurants, historic landmarks, such as Heinold’s First and Last Chance Saloon, and many other staples around the Oakland area.

Are you new to the area or are you visiting and looking for something to do? See below for a small list of our suggestions for some great things to do during your visit!

Things To Do

  • Take a Trip to the Oakland Zoo

    Oakland Zoo has over 100 acres of zoo area! You could spend the day here seeing the amazing animals, learning about wildlife, or attending one of their many interactive and educational programs..

  • Visit Jack London Square

    There’s so much to do at Jack London Square, they have a top list of things to do all on their own! This is a must do when visiting the Oakland area. Daily events, amazing dining, historical landmarks, kayak and bike rentals for a ride along the waterfront, etc.

  • Learn a Little History at the Oakland Museum

    Around for over 40 years, this is one of the top-rated Bay Area Museums, and it’s a must see. Oakland Museum is family friendly and a great place to explore and learn about California’s art, history, and natural sciences with the whole family.

  • Grab a cold one at Heinold’s First & Last Chance Saloon

    Nearly 150 years old, the saloon is still kicking and in great shape! As if the charm of the place isn’t quite enough, the slanted floor is an ever present reminder of its lengthy and rich history. Heinold’s First & Last Chance Saloon is a must see if you’re in the Oakland area, and it comes with great service!

  • Appreciate the Charm and Beauty of Preservation Park’s Victorian Neighborhood

    Preservation Park covers two blocks in the heart of Oakland with 16 beautiful, renovated, turn-of-the-century Victorian style buildings and homes. It’s classic historic beauty draws in a variety of visitors; from those simply wanting to see the sights, to those hosting a wedding, conference, award dinner, or attending a trade show.

The Oakland Marinas are part of the Almar Marina family. Belonging to an Almar marina comes with so many benefits and reciprocal privileges, including free guest privileges up and down the California coast at any one of our many conveniently located marinas.