See detail on the chart below.
Entering King Harbor
Pick up the red and white harbor buoy.
Follow a course of approximately 027 ° M for about 300 yards to arrive at the mid-channel buoy RW “A” between the red and green buoys
In good visibility you will see the fishing pier complex known as the Horseshoe off to starboard. Turn onto a course of approximately 304 ° M. You'll now see a short breakwater to starboard. See a light and horn Fl R 4s 20ft 6M “2” at the end of the breakwater.
Turn to starboard and follow the channel to enter Redondo Beach Marina.
Continue to the RW “B” mid channel buoy located between the channel buoys
You'll pass the bait barge to port and a handful of moorings, some of which may have commercial vessels attached. Continue and pass the Portofino Inn to starboard.
Continue to the RW “C” mid channel buoy located between the channel buoys
At the channel to starboard, you will see the Harbor Patrol office on the north side of the channel opening. Find King Harbor's only fuel dock just inside the channel to starboard.
Continue into the junction of the interior channels. Port Royal Marina is straight ahead. Portofino Marina lies on the right side of the channel that opens up to starboard. A portion of the King Harbor Marina slips are located on the north side of this basin (Basin 2) located to port.
From the RW “C” mid channel buoy, continue on the 304 ° M course. Look for RW “D” mid channel buoy located between the channel buoys
King Harbor Yacht Club lies directly ahead. The furthest north basin, Basin 1, opens up to starboard. The remainder of King Harbor Marina's boat slips occupy both sides of this channel. King Harbor's only boat yard lies directly ahead.