Located on the northwest corner of Huntington Beach bordering Seal Beach and Sunset Beach, Huntington Harbour encompasses five man-made islands bounded by a network of navigable channels and the land surrounding them. Its waterways are lined with beautiful multi-million dollar homes, private docks and yachts. The annual Cruise of Lights, a series of narrated evening cruises during the holidays, showcases the area with its festive decorations and elaborate lights. Huntington Harbour also serves as a secluded pleasure craft port, locatedonly 15 minutes from the open waters of the Pacific Ocean, in between Long Beach and Newport Beach harbors. It connects with Anaheim Bay via a waterway that passes under a bridge on Pacific Coast Highway, past the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station and the Anaheim Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Peter's Landing Marina, at the Harbour entrance and just off Pacific Coast Highway, offers sport fishing, private charters and electric boat rentals. The marina provides complimentary two-hour guest slips on a first-come, first-serve basis for boaters who want to enjoy waterfront boardwalk dining and shopping. Kayak enthusiasts appreciate Huntington Harbour for its serenity, abundant wildlife and calm waters. Rentals are available for a nominal fee at a small beach bordering a harbor channel alongside Pacific Coast Highway. Contact Malibu Ocean Sports, 16910 Pacific Coast Hwy., Sunset Beach, 562-592-0800. Rental canoes, hydro bikes, inflatable rafts with electric motors, kayaks and pedal boats are also available from Sunset Rentals, 16862 Pacific Coast Hwy., Sunset Beach, 562-592-5537.