The waters around Marina del Rey teem with seasonal gamefish. Beneath the ocean's surface, halibut, sand bass, and barracuda swim from Rocky Point to the Big Kelp Reef. That is, until they cross paths with The Betty-O, Spitfire, or the New Del Mar?the fishing boats of Marina Del Rey Sportfishing's fleet. Aboard these vessels, experienced guides help small and large groups cast lines and pull prize catches from the water.
But sometimes, the ocean's beauty makes anglers put down their fishing poles. Sea lions, dolphins, sea birds, and several whale species also make their home in the water. This diversity of wildlife prompted the owners of Marina Del Rey Sportfishing to start their whale and eco tour, during which sightseers can admire the ocean's majestic creatures and the teams of Aquamen who groom them.
Fresh fare can be found at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar, where guests seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu.
The menu at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is loaded with gluten-free and low-fat options.
Enjoy a drink with your dinner — 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more.
22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Big groups always enjoy coming to 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar.
22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal outside (weather permitting).
Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code.
You can also serve food from 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar at your next party — the restaurant offers catering.
Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too.
22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is centrally located near many parking lot options.
Your tab at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar will usually run to about $30 per guest.
A yacht that goes by the name of First Star that was voted one of the favorites of Cruising World magazine. A captain who goes by the name of Matthew Mancini, who loves introducing people to sailing. An array of islands that go by the names of Catalina, Santa Barbara, Anacapa, and San Miguel. Put all of these elements together and you have Old Plank Sailing Adventures. Old Plank Sailing Adventures' Captain Matthew Mancini corrals visitors aboard a luxury yacht and then whisks them on various adventures throughout the sparkling waters.
The sailor keeps guests closer to home on jaunts around Marina del Rey's picturesque harbor or leads them on multiday adventures to nearby islands. He also captains dinner cruises, whale watching expeditions, and moonlight sails in Santa Monica Bay, where all the fish are named Monica.
With so much vibrant blue ocean nearby, a simple, mobile dive certification operation like LA Dive and Ride makes perfect sense. Owner Andy Brohard has spent years in the water, first as an enthusiast and later as a certified SCUBA instructor, offering lessons to beginners looking to master the art of the dive themselves. Newbies begin with an online education program, then practice their dive skills in serene, safe pools around Los Angeles. From there, four dives off Catalina Island indoctrinate newcomers into the real-life world of scuba diving, all while Brohard or members of his staff watch carefully. Both private and group sessions are available, and LA Dive and Ride occasionally schedules club meetings every month with guest lecturers, screenings related to diving and the ocean, and other cool events.
In the words of his colleague Michael Phelps, Kevin Clements is "a great training partner and a wonderful friend." But in the words of Kevin's trainees at SSC Day Clinic, he's an effective coach with a one-of-a-kind training style. He may have earned the official distinction of being the world's third-fastest swimmer in 2003, but at the clinic, Kevin slows down, teaching swimmers different techniques in focused two-hour sessions. Students of all ages and experience levels are welcome at the clinics, which can be taken individually or in sequences of five to round out a swimmer's repertoire.