Long Beach Port is the second busiest container port in the United States. Acting as a major gateway for US–Asian trade, the port occupies 3,200 acres of land with 25 miles of waterfront in the city of Long Beach. The seaport generates approximately US$100 billion in trade and provides more than 316,000 jobs in Southern California. Rainbow Harbor and Rainbow Marina are located between Shoreline Village and the Aquarium of the Pacific in the heart of downtown Long Beach. The marina feature 87 slips serving both recreational boaters and commercial operators. In addition the harbor area of the facility features twelve, 150 foot docks, that are home port to an array of exciting waterfront attractions, including: sports fishing; whale watching; harbor cruises; dinner cruises; private charter boats; rental boats; personal watercraft rentals; and more. Rainbow Harbor / Rainbow Marine is just steps away to an array of shopping, dining and entertainment options, located at Shoreline Village and the Pike Outlet stores.
Tim Hagan holds a current Coast Guard 100-ton Masters License. He is a Marine Corp Veteran, a life Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and also a Member American Legion Post 291, Newport Beach. He is a Flag Member of the American Legion Yacht Club, and Charter Member of the American Legion Scuba Club. Tim is a Past Commander of the Alamitos Sail & Power Squadron, with the Grade of Senior Navigator, and is the Squadron Vessel Safety Examiner. He has been very involved in the local boating community, and in boating education. His easy-going manner, combined with a solid work ethic, gets results for his clients. Both buyers, and sellers have expressed their appreciation for his professionalism.
Michael Brockman was born in Boston, Massachusetts and started boating at the young age of 14 and owned his first power boat at 15. Michael has been involved in well over 200 yacht sale transactions of every type both domestically and internationally since he retired as National Sales Manager for a New York based Apparel Company in 2005. While versed in every type of sale and purchase, he has developed an expertise in powerboats as the Director of Power Boat Sales at a leading New England Boat Dealer. Whether working on an 18’ to 85’ powerboat or sailboat transaction, Michael’s knowledge is sure to be helpful in either a small local or a complex international transaction. He looks for the best value for his client’s needs, while looking for boats of the finest pedigree. “I treat my clients like I would want to be treated.” This almost always results in a long lasting, close, friendly relationship with his clients. “In this business you meet some wonderful people and lots of times you sell them their dream yacht.” Michael lives in Belmont Shore and works in the Long Beach Office.
Gary Schneider was born in Omaha, Nebraska and moved to Southern California in 1956. After spending 4 years in the Air Force, he started his civilian career with IBM Corporation and worked in management with RCA, GE and Whirlpool throughout the western United States. During this time he raised four children, and is now the proud grandfather of 10 grandchildren and 1 great grandson. His boating career started while in the Air Force and has continued for the past 40 years, starting with various ski boats and power yachts for family vacations and trips to Catalina. Currently he owns a 41′ Silverton Motor Yacht with his wife, Cathy. They have sailed together in the Virgin Islands as well as the Atlantic Coast of New England and the Southern California Coast. Upon moving to Long Beach in 1995, he joined Shoreline Yacht Club and became Commodore in 2005. He is currently a certified sailing instructor with American Sailing Association.
Seacoast – Heritage Yacht Sales
231 N. Marina Drive, Long Beach CA 90803
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