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OC Register: Dana Point Harbor’s 2 marinas are merged into one as part of redevelopment, slip wait-lists are combined

By May 15, 2019 June 20th, 2019 No Comments
The East and West marinas at Dana Point Harbor have been consolidated and a new plan for how boat slips are dispersed is being put in place. (Photo by ED CRISOSTOMO, ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER/SCNG)

The East and West marinas at Dana Point Harbor have been consolidated and a new plan for how boat slips are dispersed is being put in place. (Photo by ED CRISOSTOMO, ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER/SCNG)

(Photo by ED CRISOSTOMO, ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER/SCNG)

DANA POINT — The East and West marinas in Dana Point Harbor have become one. The combined Marina at Dana Point will function as one boating community, after 47 years operating separately.

“We’re excited about having one marina,” said Joe Ueberroth, of Bellwether Financial Group, one of three development groups known collectively as Dana Point Harbor Partners which on Nov. 1 took over a 66-year lease from the County of Orange to run the harbor and oversee a $300 million redevelopment project. “It always has been one harbor. It allows us to have one set of rules for the whole community.”

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