Flanked by a pair of windswept pine trees, the Berkeley Yacht Club is located at the breakwater of the Berkeley…More Marina. Founded in 1939, the clubhouse was built by members and includes a bar, lounge and dining facilities as well as a fantastic three bridge view of the Bay. Although there is a guest dock, the club does not maintain its own marina. The Berkeley Marina is a municipal facility maintained by the City of Berkeley.</p>
<p>The Berkeley Yacht Club has about 250 members and runs a racing program, monthly club cruises, parties and dinner meetings, as well as organizing lectures and race clinics. There are also a range of social events throughout the year including The Commodore's Ball, Halloween Party, and Amateur Performance Nights.</p>
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Berkeley Marina 200 Marina Boulevard, Berkeley, CA94710 The Doubletree Hotel at the Berkeley Marina has 378 non-smoking rooms all of which have wireless high speed Internet…More access and Sweet Dreams beds and work desks, two telephones with voicemail, pay-per-view in-room movies, complimentary cable TV, hair dryers, iron and ironing board and coffee makers. The hotel facilities include large conference and meeting rooms, office rental, A/V services, two dining room facilities and lovely views of the Berkeley Marina and the Berkeley hills. There is complimentary parking in the Hotel parking lot in front as well as complimentary shuttle service to BART, Amtrak, UC Campus and Berkeley Shopping.
Marina Inn 975 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94710 Marina Inn is a short-term residential hotel offering weekly and monthly rates at affordable prices.
The Shorebird Park Nature Center at the Berkeley Marina not only teaches visitors about marine mammals and birds,…More recreation areas and marine preservation, it is also the office for the Berkeley Adventure Playground.</p>
<p>The center, which features multiple aquariums and exhibits, is available for individual visitors or for group visits. Trick your kids into learning by tempting them with the playground and then taking them to the educational exhibits when they've worn themselves out building wooden rocket ships and forts.</p>
Berkeley Marina Sport Fishing Center 225 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94710 Enjoy the San Francisco Bay and catch dinner while you're at it. Berkeley Marina Sports Fishing Center has boats that…More leave daily in the morning and come back in the afternoon to the bay and ocean. If you're a beginner, the center is happy to help you and can rent you what you need. What you catch depends on the season. Call to find out what's in season and the departure schedule. It also has a full bait and tackle shop and sells items to enhance the fishing experience like beer, wine, coffee, prepared foods and candy.
The Snuggery 2008 McGee Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 The Snuggery is a development preschool for children between two and six years. The school day includes arts and crafts,…More storytelling, music, free play, puppet shows and nature studies. It also has neighborhood walks and field trips to the fire station and the Berkeley Marina. The Snuggery also has special festivals on holidays like Halloween, Christmas and the Chinese New Year. It strongly encourages parents to attend parent-teacher conferences and potluck dinners whenever possible.
Marina Liquors 1265 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94702 Marina Liquors has been in business for fifty years; perhaps some of that longevity can be explained by their…More willingness to give customers exactly what they want. Not only do they carry supplies of prepared foods and staples, making them both a liquor store and mini-convenience store in one, they are willing to accommodate customer requests and will start stocking whatever their regulars request. They also carry a wide variety of beers and try to buy local brands.
Hana Japan Steakhouse 235 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94710 Hana Japan Steakhouse is a Teppan table restaurant where diners can watch the culinary juggling and artistic…More knifework of the hibachi grill chefs. Teppan tables typically seat groups of people around a large hibachi grill where each meal is prepared according to taste. In addition to the Teppan tables, there is also a separate banquet room overlooking the Berkeley Marina. The restaurant is decocrated with Japanese style wooden arbors under which all the Teppan tables are arranged, giving it a distinctive Asian flair.
Peter Brock, Architect 812 Camelia St, Berkeley, CA94710 Peter Brock's architecture firm specializes in commercial and residential building projects as well as craft design.…More This includes carpentry, furniture, light fixtures, textiles, toys and garden machinery. Its recent projects have included the Vermont Building, the Stanford Triangle and Capital Hill Day School. Mr. Brock is assisted by architect Marina Rubina and woodworker Vaughn Johnson; visit the company's website to see examples of its work.
Classic Illumination Studio 1049 Folger Ave, Berkeley, CA94710 This company specializes in handcrafted lighting and glass. Products include floor and table lamps, sconces, shades and…More chandeliers, as well as all the necessary fixtures and hardware. The business owner, a highly skilled artisan, works in all styles from all time periods. He also creates simple, generic, all-purpose designs for offices and public buildings. The factory showroom is located just east of the Fortman Marina. This company also offers restorations for fixtures.