A Lovely Labor Day on the Bay

Local Love this Labor Day

Join us for Labor Day’s Heart of San Francisco Celebration! At 3:00 pm, a skywriting plane will draw a mile-high Heart above the Golden Gate Bridge.

Monday, September 7th

Large and small vessels, flying hearts and flowers, will sail the Bay. A live-streamed, audio-visual program will accompany the event and will be accessible to anyone in the Bay Area.

The Heart of San Francisco will be visible from Crissy Field, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz, Angel Island, and most of the North Bay, Oakland and Berkeley. It will be visible anywhere that has a view of the sky above the Golden Gate Bridge.

The Heart is offered to the San Francisco Bay Area as a reminder, especially in the midst of a challenging and divisive year, of what the city and the entire Bay Area has historically offered the world: a source of belonging, acceptance, inclusion and love.

The Heart is a production of Antenna Theater, a 501c3 nonprofit, operating from Marin County for the past 40 years. Please donate directly to the event HERE

Just Announced: Tall Ship Photography Sail on Oct 8th

Step aboard Schooner Freda B and sail alongside the newest addition to the Bay’s charter boat scene, Brigantine Matthew Turner, for an event dedicated to capturing the beauty of tall ships.

You will be able to photograph our “sister ship for the day” under sail, and chronicle the art of traditional sailing by the crew onboard Schooner Freda B.

Tall Ship Photography Sail

The Schooner Freda B is able to operate with 12 passengers or fewer, per the County of Marin. She is available for private charters, in addition to public sails.

Please contact us for more details.
Call: 415-331-0444 Email: info@sfbayadventures.com

Charter the Grand Banks, Cimba

Cimba is available for private charter for 8 or fewer guests.

The cabin cruiser has an ideal layout for social distancing. Guests get Cimba’s main deck to themselves, while the captain drives from the flybridge.

Please call or email us today for availability and a quote.

Update on our Go Fund Me

Big thanks for all the support our wonderful community has shown us so far. We continue to work towards our ambitious goal – and we know we could not have done it without you!

COVID-19, and now the California Wildfires, are still hurting our small business. We work hard, we love what we do. Any and all assistance is deeply appreciated.

Please share our campaign with your friends and family if you haven’t done so yet. Every little bit helps!

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