SF Bay Adventures is headquartered just north of the Golden Gate Bridge on the beautiful and historic Sausalito waterfront. We have been serving locals and visitors since 1988 with the most diverse fleet of sail and motor yachts on the San Francisco Bay. We love to work with our clients to find the perfect boat every time!
Locally rooted and community engaged, we connect with each of our clients to inform, inspire and enrich their lives.
Our vessels board in Sausalito, San Francisco, Tiburon, the East Bay and Angel Island.
Unforgettable adventures include whale and bird watching tours, Full Moon sails, Gulf of the Farallon Island expeditions, eco-tours, Angel Island excursions, Lobster Feeds and BBQ’s, private and ticketed Fourth of July fireworks cruises, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Opening Day on the Bay, the Blue Angels and Fleet Week events, Wine Tasting cruises, Brews on the Bay, Golden Gate Bridge tours, holiday and Lighted Boat Parade and our famous San Francisco sunset cruises.
The San Francisco Bay has been luring sailors and landlubbers to our beautiful region for hundreds of years. We invite you to step aboard one of our vessels for the first or one-hundredth time.
Please call or email us to discuss your options today. We have à la carte pricing, gourmet catering and custom packages available for groups of 2 – 149.
An SF Bay sunset cruise is the ultimate Bay Area experience! See the most iconic sights from the very special vantage of the water. Famous landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, Crissy Field, Fort Mason, the Bay Bridge, Mount Tamalpais, Angel Island and more are shown in their best light; the golden hour – all while enjoying an unforgettable sunset.
An SF Bay sunset cruise is the perfect way to liven up your weekend. It’s an ideal mix of luxury and adventure! Choose an intimate private charter for a San Francisco sunset cruise on the charming, all wood Grand Banks, Cimba. Or get a fun group together and come aboard a classic tall ship like the Schooner Freda B. Another wonderful way to get out on the Bay is always a Public sails!