Sausalito, California

Sail Away for Three Hours

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Nothing compares to the freedom, excitement and awesome time that you'll have aboard the S/V Alsager (a fast, comfortable, and unique 42' steel sloop with Atlantic crossings, offshore races, and a transit of the Panama canal under her belt) as we sail on famous San Francisco Bay. Whether you bring company or book a solo voyage, you will be surrounded by beauty as we cruise past the Marin headlands, the Golden Gate bridge (weather permitting we'll pass underneath!), the San Francisco city front, Alcatraz, Angel Island and more. We can even drop anchor in a secluded spot for snacks, libations, sun, or simple relaxation, and if you prefer to split your adventure up and combine a short sail with a hike, bike or SUP trip to Angel Island we can make that happen too!

Unlike large-tour sails, we will give you complete control over the sailing agenda! Join Golden Gate Sailing Expeditions for the best time on the Bay!

*Note• Any length of sail is possible - the rate for the boat is $125/hour. Contact me to book a custom trip if three hours is not right for you!

• Pick up and drop off from San Francisco available for an extra charge - inquire for details.
• 3-hour sail in the San Francisco Bay.
• Accommodation on the boat for up to six passengers.
• A friendly, USCG Licensed Captain.

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up to 6 people
for 3 hours

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El C.

I'm an experienced sailor with an unbridled passion for the ocean and for Alsager - a very fast, unique and seaworthy blue water steel yacht that has been across the Atlantic, explored the Caribbean, transited the Panama Canal and is now at home in amazing San Francisco Bay! I've been very fortunate to spend the last couple of years working as a Mark Boat Captain for America's Cup Race Management - an awesome experience and one that I hope to repeat! Future plans include more voyages down the West coast to Mexico (surf, SUP, fishing, and kiteboarding exploration), and at some point I'd love to sail to Hawaii, and then double back to Vancouver Island, BC. Full profile Leave a Review

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