Stars and moon come out for 29th Annual King Harbor Yacht Club Boat Parade

A sailboat decorated with a bit whale and small dolphins was a crowd favorite. Photo by Kevin Cody

The stars and the moon shined brightly over the 29th Annual King Harbor Yacht Club Boat Parade on Saturday evening. Crowds lined the main channel to view over two dozen boats colorfully decorated with traditional holiday trees, candy canes and Santas, as well as traditional (for the King Harbor Boat Parade), dolphins, a whale, a Ferris wheel, and a tribute to USC’s new football coach.

This year’s theme, “Into the Light,” signaled the emergence from the pandemic, which cancelled last year’s parade; and also signaled the organizers’ appreciation for responders and health care workers. ER

Photos by Kevin Cody/Easy Reader


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