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Tall Ships Will Not Visit in Early 2020 Due to Maintenance Projects

Tall ships Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington are normally early year fixtures at various California waterfronts, including Ventura Harbor and Channel Islands Harbor. Both ships, managed and maintained by the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport in Washington, will not be visiting either harbors this year due to routine and major maintenance projects. “We will sorely miss…

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Channel Islands Whale Watching Offering Discounts on Excursions

Channel Islands Whale Watching is offering up an offer you, your family and friends can’t refuse! Through whale watching season, they are offering discounts on 3-hour excursions up to 48% off their regular prices. All you need to do is print and present the coupon offered below. All you need to do is click on…

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January 2020 Director’s Message: Harbor Goals

HAPPY NEW YEAR!  We are entering a new decade, a decade that looks to be very interesting for Southern California, the nation and the world. It also looks to be a very interesting, and hopefully exciting decade for the Channel Islands Harbor. I normally use this time of year for self-reflection and goal setting.  As…

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Whale Watching Season is Here!

Whale watching can be a thrilling experience, especially in the Channel Islands region. On your tour, there’s a great chance you will see Blue Whales, Humpback Whales, Finback Whales and Gray Whales. Before you begin your adventure, being prepared for your whale watch and knowing what to expect can make…

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Channel Islands Harbor: 2019 Facebook in Review

Taking a trip down memory lane is always fun, especially when it’s at the Channel Islands Harbor. Based on your engagement (likes/comments/shares/clicks), we’ve compiled the top 10 Facebook posts from 2019 for you to enjoy and reflect. Without further ado, check them out! 10. Tall Ship Arrives We are one of the largest recreational Harbors…

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54th Annual Parade of Lights Winners Announced

Forty vessels took to the water at the 54th Annual Parade of Lights but only one took home the Sweepstakes prize, an award that goes to the entry with the highest overall score at the parade. This year’s theme was Musical Notes & Holiday floats and the winning vessel, entered by the Channel Islands Yacht…

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