American Legion Yacht Club and American Legion Newport Harbor Post 291 have approximately 70 feet of guest dock space, limited to vessels of no more than 8 feet in draft and 14 feet of beam. The first vessel entering must go in as far forward as possible, leaving the remaining dock space available for other vessels.
Note: During some special American Legion and American Legion Yacht Club events (Opening Day, Fourth of July, Sail for the Visually Impaired, etc.), access to the guest dock is closed to all except specifically authorized participating vessels.
Members of the following organizations are authorized to reserve and use the guest dock:
Others may be authorized to use the guest dock if engaged in activities or duties related to the betterment of the American Legion or the American Legion Yacht Club.
If the guest dock is not otherwise occupied, visitors may tie up during operating hours on a first-come-first-served basis, for up to 8 hours, to patronize the American Legion Newport Harbor Post 291 and American Legion Yacht Club. Upon arrival, the skipper must immediately proceed to the Post 291 office (or the bartender if the office is closed) to verify that the guest dock has not been reserved and to provide information on skipper, vessel, and an expected time of departure.
Please refer to the links at the right for overnight docking information.