GLORIETTA BAY MARINA
One of the few city-owned marinas in California, the Glorietta Bay Marina in Coronado includes three docks consisting of 100 slips. In 2007, the City of Coronado reconstructed the Marina Support Building and 66 slips in Docks A & B. Currently, the City is in the initial planning phase for the reconstruction of Dock C.
Contact the Glorietta Bay Marina Office at (619) 435-5203 for information about berthing slip availability and rates.
The reconstructed marina support building and docks were redeveloped as part of the Glorietta Bay Master Plan, which included the new City Hall and Community Center completed in 2005. The marina redevelopment included dredging portions of the Glorietta Bay; replacing and reconfiguring the deteriorated marina docks and boat rental/public dock; repairing the shoreline rip rap; creating an eel grass restoration site in the Bay across from the Glorietta Bay Park; removing the deteriorating over-water marina support building and replacing the reconstructed building completely on land; constructing an adjacent promenade/sidewalk and seat wall; constructing a Bay Route bicycle path extension from Tenth Street to San Luis Rey Avenue; and realigning Strand Way while reconfiguring an existing parking lot to a shoreline pocket park and parking lot.
The Glorietta Bay Master Plan is a shining, modern example of thoughtful civic planning and land use. Coronado was able to polish a large and underused stretch of bayfront property and made it accessible to citizens and visitors.
Marina Support Building
Glorietta Bay Marina dock