Step aboard the San Francisco Bay Lunch Cruise for a 2-hour adventure on a luxury yacht, complete with a buffet lunch. View iconic sites like Alcatraz Island and the city skyline, and cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge. After lunch, grab a drink from the bar or head to the outer deck for cool Bay breezes and stunning views.
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The San Francisco Lunch Cruise departs from Pier 3, on the Embarcadero at Washington Street. Your cruise will board at the South Gate near the white overhang, on the right-hand side of the pier when facing the water.
Paid public parking is available at Pier 3 at a discounted rate for City Cruises guests, but please note that there is limited parking on weekdays, subject to availability. Additional public lots nearby are available for parking.
Yes, the dress code for the San Francisco Lunch Cruise is semi-formal attire, such as dress pants, dress shirts, skirts/dresses, and dress shoes. Please note that casual jeans, t-shirts, and sandals are not permitted onboard.
All ages are permitted aboard the San Francisco Lunch Cruise, but please note that all minors require adult supervision. Children three (3) years old and under cruise free, but do not forget to select a free ticket for infants to ensure admittance.
Unfortunately, no. Only service animals are allowed onboard.
Yes, smoking is allowed on the outside decks only, but please note that cannabis products are prohibited as City Cruises operates under US Coast Guard regulations. Please dispose of all trash in proper receptacles and refrain from throwing anything into the water.
Yes, cakes brought from outside are allowed onboard, but there is an outside dessert service or a cake-cutting fee per person charge of $1.50 to $3.00. Please note that open flames like a lit candle are prohibited on the vessels, including birthday candles. Flameless or LED birthday candles are allowed onboard.
The San Francisco Lunch Cruise sails rain or shine. In case of severe weather conditions or upon the advice of the U.S. Coast Guard, the yacht will remain dockside and still provide the full dining service.