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Sights to Enjoy on a San Francisco July 4th Cruise

Celebrate July 4th in San Francisco with a sail through the city and take in views like you’ve never experienced. Sailing on a San Francisco July 4th cruise will not only treat you to an amazing party, but breathtaking views as well. When you sail on our San Francisco July 4th cruise, you’ll enjoy drinks, music, and views all night long. Take a look at just some of the landmarks that you can view from a San Francisco July 4th cruise and book your ticket on board today!

Golden Gate Bridge:

Of course, you’re going to view this San Francisco staple landmark. Sail under the Golden Gate Bridge as you celebrate your July 4th and view this bridge from up close. Golden Gate Bridge stands at 746 feet tall and connects the city of San Francisco to the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula. The bridge is a suspension bridge that goes across the Golden Gate strait. The American Society of Civil Engineers has also declared the Golden Gate Bridge one of the Wonders of the Modern World. The bridge spans a remarkable 4,200 ft. and will be right before your eyes as you sail and celebrate your Fourth of July.

Alcatraz Island:

Catch a view of this once world-famous prison right from your San Francisco July 4th cruise. Alcatraz Island is located in the San Francisco Bay and has stunning measurements. Historical documents measure Alcatraz Island to be 1,675 ft. by 590 ft. and 135 ft. at highest point during mean tide. The island was once used as a military prison and federal prison until 1963. Alcatraz Island became a national recreation area in 1972 and received designation as a National Historic Landmark in 1986. The National Park Service manages the island’s facilities now as a part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. When you sail on our San Francisco July 4th cruise, you can view this historic island right from the yacht without having to pay for a tour!

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Yerba Buena Island/Treasure Island

Catch a view of these islands located in the San Francisco Bay. Yerba Buena Island is named after the town of Yerba Buena. The name came from the plant that was abundant in the area, which had the same name. The plant’s English and Spanish common name, Yerba buena, is an alternate form of the Spanish hierba Buena, meaning “good herb.” You will also get a view of Treasure Island, an artificial island that sits in the San Francisco Bay as well. Treasure Island was built from 1936 to 1937 as a part of the Golden Gate International Exposition. Celebrate on our San Francisco July 4th cruise and view these islands up close.

San Francisco Skyline & Fireworks:

The best view that you’ll get from our San Francisco July 4th cruise is not only of the fireworks, but also the city skyline. Take in views of all of the iconic city sights like you never have. Catch a quick view of AT&T Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants. View Fisherman’s Wharf and the Francisco Ferry Building all from the seas when you sail with us. All of your favorite San Francisco sights will be available to you as you sail and celebrate with us on our San Francisco July 4th cruise. Book your tickets on board today and enjoy drinks, a live DJ, and views of the fireworks and your favorite city, San Francisco!

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