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July’s Waterway of the Month is Dana Point Harbor. This beautiful spot is located in Orange County, California and is home to the Dana Point Boat Show. This year’s show was the platform for the first West Coast presentation of the Hunter e36 Hybrid. Elco’s innovative technology was well received by many patrons of the eco-aware event. Learn more about the show by taking a look at their website: http://www.danaboatshow.com/
In keeping with the goal of the Waterway of the Month initiative, we chose Dana Point Harbor because it is also a prime example of environmental responsibility. Well kept and clean, the area has been claimed as one of California’s Historical Landmarks. The harbor also houses the Ocean Institute, which offers classes and other educational modules that deal with the marine sciences and maritime history to over 100,000 students who live in the area.
For more information on the harbor, click here: http://www.danapointharbor.