The Maritime Training Center site is designated "Public Facilities" (PF) and "General Commercial" (CG 0.3) by the City's General Plan (General Plan), and "Retail Service Commercial, Mariner's Mile Overlay District" (RSC-MM) by the Zoning Code. The existing OCC School of Sailing and Seamanship is designated PF by the General Plan and Balboa Bay Club, Mariner's Mile Overlay District" (PC-45-MM) by the Zoning Code.
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The Orange Coast College (OCC) Maritime Training Center involves the implementation of an educational facility focusing on sailing, marine safety, seamanship, and vocational marine studies. The project will serve as an expansion of OCC's existing School of Sailing and Seamanship (SSS) within the City of Newport Beach. The proposed project is comprised of two primary facility: 1) the two-story, approximately 10,000sf OCC Maritime Training Center, situated on a 0.53 acre site on the inland site of West Coast Highway; and 2) a pedestrian bridge that will cross over West Coast Highway, connecting the proposed OCC Maritime Training Center to the existing OCC SSS.
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