Navigable Waters of The United States in California
Many lawyers want to give confusing definitions of navigable waters. You don't need to go there. It's simple. If you can drive a boat from the location to the open ocean, then it is navigable waters of the United States. If you can drive a boat from one State to another State - then you are in navigable waters of the United States.
Examples of navigable waters of the United States in California:
San Diego Harbor
Los Angeles Harbor
San Francisco Harbor
Dana Point Harbor
Pillar Point Harbor
Half Moon Bay
Long Beach Harbor
Marina del Rey
Santa Barbara Harbor
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