Moorings

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Moorings: SLYC has one mooring available for vessels up to 56 feet, from April 1 through October 31.  Visiting members of reciprocal yacht clubs will be allowed to stay the first 24 hours free of charge.  Thereafter the daily rental  is ($15). 

Contact the SLYC port captain, Ken San Filippo, at (805) 704-8625.

Guest Rental Agreement forms are available inside the clubhouse.  The rental form is also available for download.  Each user must complete a "Guest Mooring Rental Form" prior to using a San Luis Yacht Club mooring or immediately after they have taken a mooring.  Use of the mooring is subject to the SLYC mooring policy.

Other moorings for vessels up to 35' are available from the Port San Luis Harbor District by contacting the Harbor Patrol on channel 12.  The cost is $15.00 per night.  The District has a limited number of guest moorings for vessels over 35' that are rented on a first-come, first-serve basis.  These moorings can accommodate vessels up to 85' and rent for $15.00 per night.  Vessels may stay for up to two weeks.  The Harbor Patrol may be contacted on channel 12  for assistance.  Patrons are requested to prepay and fill out a vessel registration card at the main District office near the base of the Harford Pier. 

Diesel fuel: Diesel facility hours are 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily.  Contact fuel attendant using Marine Channel 12 or call (805) 235-9491.
Gasoline: Contact the Sport Launch operator at (805) 595-7895

Anchoring:  Vessels may anchor without charge in the recommended anchorage area for up to 7 days.  It is not appropriate to anchor inside the mooring area (the area with orange buoys) or on the west side of the Harford Pier.  Recommended anchorage areas are between the County Wharf (Avila Pier) and the Cal Poly Pier.  It is not recommended to anchor during inclement weather.  If in question about anchoring or mooring, please contact the Harbor Patrol for assistance on Channel 12. 

Click here for more Mooring and Anchoring Information

Landing:  You can use the landing on the east side of the Avila pier (the eastern most pier) for loading and unloading people and supplies.  The dinghy mooring line is currently on the west side.  Use a long painter (at least 45 feet) to be able to pull your dinghy to and from the dinghy mooring line by looping the painter around the line and securing to the ladder on the west side of the pier.