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Monterey Harbor News
Car Week and Parking Information
August 2018

 

In This Issue
Marina Access
Car Week
Monterey Road Closures
$5000 Reward
Boat Operator Licensing
Paying Passengers?
Clean Waters do not just happen
Harbor Access During Car Week
Dear Boaters,  During car week the Monterey Peninsula swells with car enthusiasts from around the globe. In excess of 80,000 visitors will be coming to the peninsula for this weekend. It is an exciting time for the peninsula. With this event comes traffic, changes to access, and parking congestion. In this issue we have included maps and information of what to expect in the way of events, road closures, and access situations. Directly in front of the Marina, the "Depot" lot is already closed and the auction tent is being erected. One of the large "Bull" pens for auction cars is being set up in the parking lot adjacent to the Maritime Museum. This reduces available parking spaces near the marina substantially for more than a week. Please plan on arriving to your boat earlier than normal and please be patient with our tourists while they visit Monterey. If vehicles are parked in "Permit Only" spots without permits please call the Parking Enforcement Office with the license number, location, and description of the vehicle at 831-646-5695.

Overflow parking for vehicles with Harbor Parking decals is at Waterfront Lot (including rows M,N.O) and the East Depot Gravel lot.

Thank you for your help,
Harbor Staff 

Car Week In Monterey
MONTEREY CAR WEEK & CONCOURS D'ELEGANCE
AUGUST 18 - 26, 2018

2017 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance!
2017 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance!

Car Week is an exciting time for the Monterey Peninsula as we welcome thousands of visitors from around the world, but all those folks will present some challenging traffic scenarios. To help you enjoy Car Week and anticipate any delays, the Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau has put together information for you!
Road Closures During Car Week
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$5000 Reward Missing Oceanographic 

State of California Recreational Boat Operator Licensing
Now the Law
As of January 1, 2018, the mandatory boating safety education law goes into effect, and will be phased in by age. If you operate any type of motorized vessel on California waterways
(including powered sailboats/paddlecraft),
you will be required to pass an approved boating safety examination and carry a lifetime California Boater Card.

January 1, 2018 Persons 20 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2019 Persons 25 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2020 Persons 35 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2021 Persons 40 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2022 Persons 45 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2023 Persons 50 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2024 Persons 60 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2025 All persons regardless of age


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Keeping our Waters Safe and Clean
All of us together do make a difference. Ever noticed how clean our waters are here at the Monterey Marina. That didn't just happen on it's own. Everyone together is the solution to pollution. We are very proud of our boaters, captains, businesses, and citizens. Please keep up the effort. Simple reminders:

1) Don't let items accidentally fall into the water
2) Don't accumulate "stuff" on the berthing fingers and walkways
3) Cover your trash, birds and winds alike give trash wings to fly away
4) Please do not DUMP contaminated fluids into Harbor or ocean.