13. Marina del Rey, CA
Marina del Rey, CA
Population: 9,641
Single: 39.2%
Median family income: $110,327

Catch more than just rays in this waterfront playground for the rich and famous. You might spot eligible bachelors, like TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie, who lives on a sailboat docked here, or run into any of the soon-to-be rich employees of Zynga, which has an office nearby. Frolic on the fabulous beaches, or explore Los Angeles, which surrounds the city on three sides. Sign up for rowing lessons at Mother's Beach to meet preppy types, or stroll along the marina and make eyes with a yachtie -- you just might score an invite to come aboard. 

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Last updated August 17 2011: 1:25 PM ET
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