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Luxury by the Water: The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey
One of my favorite activities very close to the hotel has to be the Hornblower Brunch Cruise – a fun and beautiful escape on a luxury yacht. Set off from glorious Marina del Rey, where abundant sunshine and salty breezes keep you relaxed and comfortable.
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To increase trade to the Orient, commercial harbor development in the Ballona wetlands of western Los Angeles was attempted several times from 1880 to 1900, only to be destroyed by disastrous storm-fed floods. After the US Army Corps of Engineers installed revetments on Ballona Creek and moved tons of earth to raise the ground above sea level, Marina del Rey was federally authorized in 1954. Funded by federal, state, and Los Angeles County funds, the largest man-made marina in the nation was built to provide public recreational boating facilities and water access. Private financiers developed restaurants, hotels, premier yacht clubs, Fisherman’s Village, and a residential marina lifestyle on county-owned leaseholds. This world-class seaport will celebrate 50 years of dynamic growth on...
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA — California has one of the largest concentrations of recreational boating activity in the nation, according to Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW), but what are boaters doing to ensure they are not harming local marine... Cities (and quasi-judicial agencies like the Port of San Diego) have taken steps to become greener waterfronts. Meanwhile the state’s leading water agency implemented restrictions on copper levels at Shelter Island and Marina del Rey. Regional and local agencies are not alone in pushing for environmentally friendly policies and practices in local harbors or marinas. Yacht clubs have become quite the ally in helping civic leaders and boaters become mindful of their surrounding ecosystem. The Log takes a look at what some local yacht clubs are doing to ensure clean and green practices on the water. San Diego Yacht Club. The San Diego Yacht Club (SDYC) facility, home to 2,100 members and 576 slips, underwent a $10 million renovation about seven years ago. One of the upgrades included the installation of numerous filtration systems in the parking area to catch and filter debris before it ends up in the bay. SDYC established a “Green Committee,” which committed the club to a six-year goal to “get off the grid electronically,” according to General Manager Terry Anglin. The club is a designated Clean Marina and is involved in the clean regatta program. Picking up debris floating in the water is a priority for this yacht club. During regattas the yacht club gives out reusable water bottles to participants and utilizes a “zip to water” system. This is basically a big box attached to a hose and acts as a mobile filtration system to encourage refillable water bottle usage. At the bottom of race notices, the international green regatta guidelines are outlined, stating, “use reusable drink containers instead of plastic bottles. use water sparingly to wash boats. The club also uses biodegradable utensils and plates as part of its food and beverage operation. Recycled paper bags are used instead of plastic bags. There are blue recycling bins strategically place around the club. SDYC is involved in the Shelter Island Yacht Basin group, which deals with the current Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) regulations in regards to copper paint. Club leadership conducts a census every year to determine whether members are complying with mandated copper regulations and using only low-copper paint on their boat bottoms. The yacht club also hosts seminars to encourage members to use low-copper paint. According to Anglin, “the city and the Port of San Diego need to take a look at what is getting discharged into the bay. Alamitos Bay Yacht Club. Alamitos Bay Marina is one of three marinas in Long Beach designated as a Clean Marina. The Alamitos Bay Yacht Club (ABYC) instructs its members to pick up any trash they see on the docks or in the water. Many of their members also participate in beach clean-ups. ABYC encourages members to bring their own reusable water bottles. Last year ABYC put in a water bottle filling station contributing to 7,521 bottles saved so far, according to ABYC Manager Tori Kasik. ABYC holds presentations for their members providing information on how to run clean regattas and about the Sailors for the Sea program. Two of ABYC’s junior members are ambassadors for the Sailors for the Sea program. Los Angeles Yacht Club. According to the most recent Biological Harbor Study done on the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach, water quality continues to improve in these ports. “As boaters and yachtsmen, we all recognize it is important to keep our facilities and marinas as clean as possible,” Willard Bell, Vice Commodore of Los Angeles Yacht Club (LAYC), told The Log. LAYC has a maintenance program which involves inspecting the facility’s roof, drainage system and rain gutters to make sure they are clean. The club also has a dry storage yard and efforts are made to ensure the grounds are clean. “[The club] promotes the cleanliness of the marina through our Wednesday luncheon programs,” Bell.
Greek Village Salad (Nick and Marina Makris Horiatiki Salad) (olives, cucumber, olive oil, feta cheese, green pepper, parsley, red onions, salt, tomato)
Torta Del Casar with Sherry Syrup (sherry, sugar)
Hato Rey De Limon Cocktail (coconut rum, lime juice, rum, lime, pineapple juice)
Marina Sauce From Fresh Tomatoes Recipe (garlic, mushroom, onions, salt, olive oil, tomato paste, parsley, oregano, black pepper)
Marina del Rey: Find Hotels, Shopping & More
Marina del Rey: The premier waterfront playground of Los Angeles. Waterside hotels, boating, kayaking, and more just minutes from LAX and Venice Beach.
Marina del Rey, California - Wikipedia
Location of Marina del Rey in Los Angeles County, California and of Los Angeles County, California within California.
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