Our Locations – Point Richmond

KKMI has two service facilities to serve you on San Francisco Bay – our Pt. Richmond yard (is the larger of the two, on the eastern side of the Bay) and our Sausalito location in Richardson Bay to the west.

Our Pt. Richmond yard opened in 1996, operating on approximately six acres at the end of the 25-foot deep Santa Fe Channel in the Inner Richmond Harbor. We have multiple sheds for enclosed workspaces – the largest rig shop on the West Coast. We have two marine Travelifts, ‘William Randolf Hoist’ and ‘Ella Liftsgerald’ to facilitate haul outs and launches. A portable crane, ‘Herb Crane’, is available for mast stepping, rigging, engine replacements, etc.

Amenities include shower facilities, wireless internet and the ‘Boathouse.’ The ‘Boathouse’ is used as; a classroom for our seminars but also provides private space for visiting crew with a lounge, full kitchen and additional shower facilities.

Office
Mon – Fri 7:30 – 5pm
530 West Cutting Blvd.
Point Richmond, CA 94804

Email: yard@kkmi.com
Phone: (510) 235-5564
Fax: (510) 235-4664

Boatyard Hours
Mon – Fri 7:30am – 4pm

Pt. Richmond Store
Phone: (510) 237-4141
Fax: (510) 237-2273

Getting to KKMI Pt. Richmond by Boat
Boatyard runs Mon. - Fri. 7:30am - 4pm
Office open 7:30 - 5pm
THE NORTH: Pass underneath the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge, heading toward the Standard Oil Long Wharf, shortly thereafter you will see a pylon with a "4" placard, from this point see the instructions below, "From The Channel Entrance".
FROM THE SOUTH: Pass underneath the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge, keep the Berkeley Pier to starboard, proceed past the Southampton Shoal platform and in 1.5 nautical miles you will see a pylon with a "4" placard, from this point see the instructions below "From The Channel Entrance".
FROM THE WEST: Pass under the Golden Gate Bridge, past Alcatraz Island leaving it to starboard, or pass through "Raccoon Straights", head toward the pylon with a "4" placard, from this point see the instructions below, "From The Channel Entrance".
FROM THE CHANNEL ENTRANCE: Pass between pylons “4” to starboard and “5” to port, heading approximately 85 degrees magnetic toward pylons “8” and “12” both on your starboard side. To port you will see the old shipyard docks (a.k.a. Point Potrero); steer to port as you pass these docks and head up the Harbor Channel, passing the Port of Richmond cranes to starboard and the Union 76 tanks to port. At the channel dog-leg you will see KKMI’s beige domed shed in the distance. Proceed up the channel (mind the 5 mph speed limit) and tie up at a vacant dock space in KKMI’s marina (please avoid the haul out slip). Welcome to the “Richmond Riviera”!

Also on the property at KKMI Pt. Richmond is:

Cover Craft
560 W. Cutting Blvd
Richmond, CA 94804
(510) 234-4400

Tri-Coastal Marine, Inc.
570 W. Cutting Blvd.
Richmond, CA 94804
Ph (510) 235-7770
Fax (510) 649-5358

Andersen Wood Working
616 W. Cutting Blvd
Richmond, CA 94804
Ph (415) 577-1148
fred@fredandersen.com

Maritime Technical Services
560 W. Cutting Blvd. #1
Richmond (510) 499-2995
tonyguild@yahoo.com

Fox Marine
550 W. Cutting Blvd.
Richmond (510) 868-5041
dustin@foxmarine.us

Peterson Caterpillar (800) 963-6446

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