Huntington Harbour

Huntington Harbour is located in South-West Huntington Beach encompasses five manmade islands bounded by a network of navigable channels and the land surrounding them. Its waterways are lined with beautiful multi-million dollar homes, boat docks, yachts and the popular Duffy boats. Huntington Harbour includes a few small beaches, many beautiful parks and public channels and waterways perfect for kayaking. Huntington Harbour includes several shopping centers, numerous restaurants, hotels, Peter’s Landing Marina, Sunset Aquatic and Huntington Harbour launch ramps, plus schools, apartments, condominiums, homes and fabulous estates.

Huntington Harbour Marina features 171 slips up to 75′ in length. We also have a dock for up to a 65′ vessel, and we’d be happy to discuss which would be the best spot for you.

The Huntington Harbour Yacht Club, with a membership of about 300 people, was established in 1965. The club offers sailing lessons during the summer for disadvantaged youth.


Admiralty Island: This development contains 90 single-family residences, nearly all with water frontage. Access is via Pacific Coast Highway at Admiralty Drive.

Davenport Island: 227 home sites are evenly split between on-water and off-water locations. The southernmost island is accessed by taking Davenport Drive which is the southern border of Huntington Harbour Mall.

Gilbert Island: Bounded by Admiralty Island to the west and the Main Channel to the east, it contains 100 home sites, two thirds of which are on-the-water locations.

Humboldt Island: Two-thirds of the 335 homes are on-water locations with views of Christiana Bay. Access the Island by taking Saybrook Lane to Humboldt Drive.

Trinidad Island: This is considered the most luxurious of the islands.

Huntington Harbour also connects with Anaheim Bay via a waterway that passes under a bridge on Pacific Coast Highway and includes several guest slips at Peter’s Landing Marina for visitors seeking a spot to dock. You must pass Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station in the Anaheim Bay to enter Huntington Harbour, the closest mainland point to Catalina Island 22 miles away.

Huntington Beach Resources:

City of Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach Parks and Recreation

Huntington Beach Utilities

Huntington Harbour Homes for Sale