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April 18, 2017 civiccouch0

King Harbor Brewing Celebrates Their Third Anniversary with a Party! 

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King Harbor Brewing in Redondo Beach Celebrated their third anniversary with a huge party on April 1st 2017, 2-6pm at the brewery.
The party included unlimited pours from 36 taps of specialty beers, live tunes from 4 amazing local artists, fun games including a dunk tank, food trucks and more!
Video produced by Civic Couch


December 27, 2015 civiccouch0

The Redondo Beach / King Harbor Boat Parade floated holiday cheer on Saturday, December 12th, 2015.  The King Harbor Yacht Club held a party during and after the event offering drinks, dancing and awards presided over by Grand Marshall Denise Austin.

This year’s winners, by category:

Sweepstakes: The Voyager, skippered by Julie Coll

Execution of Theme: Mistral, skippered by Ian Bardin

Best Power Boat more than 32 feet: Flying Finn 2, skippered by Greg Ronkainen

Best Power Boat less than 32 feet: Egg Cessive, skippered by Paul Gillett

Best Sail Boat more than 32 feet: Sea Casa, skippered by Connor Jackson

Best Sail Boat less than 32 feet: Pascal’s Wager, skippered by Lee Coller

Best Lighting: Proper Lady, skippered by Ronald Grassl

Best Sound/Music: Mottley Crew, skippered by Jack Mott

Best Costumes/Animation: Starlight JJ, skippered by Allen Duran

All photos by Brad Jacobson –

October 21, 2015 civiccouch0

In this episode of the Civic Couch show we catch up with the King Harbor Youth Foundation at the King Harbor Yacht Club in Redondo Beach.  The King Harbor Youth Foundation is a non-profit corporation created to promote youth sailing in Southern California. They provide access to the sport of sailing to local girls and boys of all backgrounds, in order to build self-esteem, teamwork and a respect for the environment.  To learn more about the foundation, visit their website:


June 19, 2014 civiccouch0

Saturday night’s King Harbor Yacht Club Boat Parade was dedicated to the memory of Dive N’ Surf and Body Glove co-founder Bob Meistrell, who passed away this year. His boat Disappearance made its traditional appearance, with the Meistrell family serving as crew. For the first time in the boat parade’s 22 year history, stand-up paddleboards joined the procession down King Harbor’s main channel.