Noyo Harbor is the port and boat docking area for Fort Bragg, California, USA. It is built near the mouth of the Noyo River in the town of Noyo, just south of Fort Bragg. Noyo Harbor is located in Mendocino County, 130 nautical miles (240 km) northwest of the Port of San Francisco and 145 nautical miles (269 km) south-southeast of the port of Crescent City, California. Highway 1 passes over the Noyo Bridge above the harbor.
Fort Bragg is one of four California harbors north of San Francisco. Noyo Harbor’s primary commercial fisheries include groundfish, urchin, chinook salmon, Dungeness crab, and sablefish. Although most resident fishermen participate in more than one fishery, locals describe the roughly 80-vessel fleet as including 30–40 salmon trollers, 15–20 multi-fishery vessels, 10–15 urchin dive boats, and 7 groundfish trawlers.