A trip on a ferry is the lowest-cost way to get out on San Francisco Bay — and there’s no better way to travel among bayfront cities.
Phone: (510) 749-5837
Ferry service from Jack London Square in Oakland, across the Estuary to Alameda, and then to the San Francisco Ferry Building. Summertime weekend service from Oakland and Alameda to Pier 41 in San Fra…
In September 2006, Hornblower Cruises took over the Alcatraz ferry operation, which had long been run by Blue and Gold. See the web site to buy advance tickets, which are usually required. Since priva…
Angel Island Ferry Island Ferry
Phone: (415) 435-2131
Ferry between Tiburon and Angel Island. Run by the only family-owned ferry operation left on the bay, this is the smallest ferry boat and the shortest ferry ride (only 10 minutes)….
Phone: (415) 705-8200
High-speed ferry service between San Francisco (stops at both Pier 41 and the Ferry Building) and Vallejo. Return service (only) from games at SBC Park….
Blue and Gold Fleet
Phone: (415) 705.5555
Bay cruises and ferries (between San Francisco and Oakland/Alameda, Tiburon, Sausalito, Angel Island, or Vallejo). See the Web site for ferry schedules, to buy tickets for a range of bay cruises, or a…
Golden Gate Ferry
Ferry service between Larkspur or Sausalito and the San Francisco Ferry Building. Also provides service from Larkspur to SBC Park for Giants games….
Harbor Bay Ferry
Ferry service from the Oakland Airport area (Bay Farm Island, technically part of Alameda but not on the island of Alameda) to the San Francisco Ferry Building. This is the southermost ferry terminal …
San Francisco Bay Ferry
San Francisco Bay Ferry is a public service of the San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority – WETA). Serves the San Francisco Ferry Building and Pier 39/Fisherman’s Wharf, Har…