Type of seabed
Sand
Rocks
Seaweed
Mud
Reachable by dinghy
Snack
Beach
Water
Dock
Morro Bay
5 (2)
Anchor
allowed
Mooring
buoys
Anchor
stern to
Lines
ashore
Protection against wind and swell
: protected
: not protected
Information
VHF -
Phone +‭(805) 772-6254‬
Seasonnality No
Number of buoys -
Guest buoys Yes
Max length -
Electricity -
Water Yes
Price Yes
User reviews
 (2)
Wayne 8
Blueprint
Type 1
Multihull Oui
Model 1
Length 10 m
Beam 4.5 m
Draft 1 m
Year 1991
Shipyard Gemini
Flag US
Wayne Blueprint
18/05/2018

Morro Bay has a great anchorage with really good holding. This is my home port and I have anchored in the anchorage many many times. Anchor between the mooring field to the south and bouy 12. You will notice a floating dock at the south end of the anchorage with 3 tall poles. Use those 3 poles as range markers and stay to the east of that line. There will appear to be a lot of water to the west of that line but it is only a few feet deep at low tide. As of March 2018 anchoring is free for the first 5 days and then $5 per day. There is a dingy dock southeast of the anchorage.

Morro Bay has a great anchorage with really good holding. This is my home port and I have anchored in the anchorage many many times. Anchor between the mooring field to the south and bouy 12. You will notice a floating dock at the south end of the anchorage with 3 tall poles. Use those 3 poles as range markers and stay to the east of that line. There will appear to be a lot of water to the west of that line but it is only a few feet deep at low tide. As of March 2018 anchoring is free for the first 5 days and then $5 per day. There is a dingy dock southeast of the anchorage.

Geographical location
35° 22' 5'' N 120° 51' 23'' W
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