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Night City Downtown Sector A5, also known as the Upper Marina and in Cyberpunk 2013 as Marina District, is the former home of the local private yachts and a fishing fleet. By the 2020s it has turned into a low rental industrial district with large warehouses housing a variety of legal and illegal items.


The Upper Marina is part of the larger Night City marina and was used primarily for private yachts, sailboats and small time fishing boats however by the year 2020 it had become less populated with the wealthy and wanna-bes and more with corporate warehouses. Despite the setback, the Upper Marina still features a ferry service with regular trips across the Del Coronado Bay to North Oak and Westbrook. From its dilapidated docks you can watch boats sailing across the polluted and dirty waters of the bay.

Many smaller corporate warehouses are situated in the marina, Donut Express Co, Big Blue Foods, Mustang Arms Co and ACME Distributors are some of the more notable businesses operating in the sector. The Night City DMV, which handles all ground and air vehicles, also operates out of the Upper Marina. A smaller company known as SensuTours, a travel agent, is secretly a front for Interpol, the European Economic Communities secret police. Real tour packages are rarely sold to the general public.

The marina extends to the west, reaching the northern streets of Little Italy. This area includes a parcourse and jogging path, a yacht club, and the ferry building.[1]



  1. C. Donut Express Co
  2. Big Blue Foods
  3. Osborne-Spielberg Publishing
  4. Chrome Cross
  5. Night City Today!
  6. Servospiff
  7. Mustang Arms Co
  8. Acme Distributors
  9. Cleanroom
  10. 24 Hour Cafe
  11. SensuTours
  12. Harbormaster's Office
  13. American Bar
  14. Department of Motor Vehicles
  15. Medicross Preservation


  • Ferry Building
  • Night City Yacht Club
  • Marina Green Jogging Path

Notable People



  1. PONDSMITH, M. Night City Sourcebook. 1st ed., Berkeley, CA, R. Talsorian Games, 1991. (pg.16; 82-85)