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  • Brommer St. & 7th Avenue, 7th Avenue Brommer St, Santa Cruz, CA 95062
  • captainrayadams28@gmail.com
  • 408.497.4170

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Google Maps Directions

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Driving Directions

From San Jose

  • Take highway 17 south to Santa Cruz.
  • Merge on to highway 1 south for 1.9 miles.
  • Take the Soquel drive exit #439.
  • As you exit stay in the right lane through the light then merge to the left lane and turn left at the light on to soquel ave. Go to the first light on soquel and turn left on to seventh ave.
  • Follow seventh through a stop sign then a stop light and arrive at stop sign where Brommer street intersects seventh ave. turn right into the north harbor.
  • Follow the road down to yet another stop sign and go straight through keeping the RVs on your left.
  • The Raybert is located in slip x12 accessed through gate X1 (see parking below).

From Monterey / Watsonville

  • Take highway 1 north to Santa Cruz and exit onto Soquel Drive #439.
  • Stay in the left lane and turn left at the light.
  • Cross over the freeway and drive to the second light and turn left onto 7th avenue.
  • Follow 7th avenue through a stop sign, a stop light and arrive at a stop sign where Brommer street intersects 7th avenue.
  • Turn right and enter into the North Harbor.
  • Follow the road down to yet another stop sign and go straight through keeping the RVs.
  • On your left The RayBert is located in slip X12 Accessed through gate X1.

Parking

You will need to park in a metered space. There is a kiosk at the entrance to the harbor to pay for parking or I can secure parking passes for you at the going rate if you advise me beforehand.
The RayBert is typically backed into the slip and the name is on the transom.

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