Past Stories
County officials are proposing an $8-million project to relocate the public boat launch on Fiji Way, drawing the ire of boaters Photo by Pat Reynolds

Rough waters ahead for boat launch relocation plan

Boaters, residents expected to speak out Wednesday on controversial Marina del Rey redevelopment proposal By Pat Reynolds Through the years I’ve seen some pretty testy local meetings happen in Marina del Rey. Pleading, scoffi...


Racers compete in the 2006 Regatta for Hope aboard a Martin 243

Collaboration bolsters Regatta for Hope

By Pat Reynolds Also this weekend, the Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club and the Del Rey Yacht Club have teamed up to help raise money for City of Hope, the prominent Southern California cancer research and treatment center.Â...


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Local boater sets a course for Washington

Brent Roske, who lives on an uncommon boat in Marina del Rey harbor, is running an unconventional campaign for Congress By Pat Reynolds As I make my way along the sidewalk with the boats of Marina del Rey’s D Basin…



County regional planner Kevin Finkel addresses questions about the Marina del Rey Visioning Statement during Saturday’s meeting at Burton Chase Park

Marina del Rey makeover may not float with boaters

County plan to move boater facilities to Fisherman’s Village parcel has users worried they’ll get the short end of the deal By Pat Reynolds                       On Sat...


Boaters in Marina del Rey harbor are skeptical of claims that copper pollution requires a swift and expensive government response

The copper boat paint battle continues

By Pat Reynolds The issue of a potential ban on copper boat-bottom paint in Marina del Rey and a possible dredging of the entire harbor for environmental reasons have the local boating community rattled and concerned. And they ...


A plan to address copper pollution in Marina del Rey calls for dredging some 400 acres of harbor bottom

State board proposes dredging Marina del Rey: Pollution from copper boat paint is damaging the environment and there’s no easy solution in sight

                              By Pat Reynolds On a recent weekday morning in a small public meeting room in Marina del Rey, about two dozen residents he...



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Setting sail in murky waters: Marina del Rey boatman Aleks Taldykin dives into reality TV

By Pat Reynolds For anyone who has made their way around Del Rey Landing (also known as the fuel dock), gazed up at the massive mega-yachts and wondered what’s going on in there, I have a TV show for you…


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’Round-the-world race boat lands in Marina del Rey: An achievement in sailing research and design, the $6-million vessel is like a muscle car on the water

By Pat Reynolds To boaters, boats are not just boats. They’re a vehicle to places we aren’t designed to go, and for this we are forever grateful and always intrigued when we see something special. Up on stilts in a…


DAVE KIRBY holds up a handful of California spiny lobsters from a successful evening of lobster fishing on the Santa Monica Bay.

Spiny Lobster Season officially opens

By Pat Reynolds As of Sept. 28 anglers armed with hoop nets or divers using their bare hands will be taking to the crevices, underwater rocks and caves of Santa Monica Bay seeking out the tasty but nimble California spiny…



SARAH TIEFENTHALER, owner of Yogaqua, leads a yoga class at Mothers Beach in Marina del Rey, all performed on stand-up paddleboards.

Stand-up paddling on the rise in Marina del Rey

                        By Pat Reynolds Recently I was chatting with a friend and the conversation turned towards the rise in popularity of stand-up paddleboards withi...






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