Bay Area Events
We offer San Francisco Party Boats.
Any public event is open for privately chartered boats.
Major San Francisco Bay events:
- Parade of Tall Ships
- Parade of Lights
- Fleet Week & Blue Angels
- KFOG Kaboom Fireworks (the largest)
- Fourth of July
- New Years
- Baseball Games in McCovey Cove
- Queen Mary Visits
- Meteor Showers
- Full Moon Rising
- Anything at all not listed here
~ use your imagination!
Sport Fishing for King Salmon (when they return), Stripers, Halibut, Lingcod, Rock Fish, Albacore Tuna, Sturgeon,
Giant Squid, Dungeness Crabs & more...
Do you just want to go fishing? We'll make all of your reservations with the right boat for the job.
Don't miss the boat... party!
Our boat parties cater to public events or your private functions.
A luxury San Francisco Yacht is easy... other than the demand for both the finest yachts, and least expensive options for major events on San Francisco Bay. Key weekend dates for Fleetweek, Christmas season and other major holidays and events are often reserved a year or more in advance.
There are premiums to charter a yacht on a holiday or major event. There are also priorities given to larger groups, and those who include more services such as dinner and bar.
Yachts hold 150 or more people, and include restaurant-style dining and full professional bartender options.
We'll help where we can with all of your other interests as well.
Our most popular offering is our "Casual Boat" for private parties with up to fifty or sixty guests (including DJs, band members and other party "staff"). Small groups up to six guests have more options.
For a very special romantic evening in San Francisco, we can set you up on an incredible and historic small boat for a tour of San Francisco Bay. Daytime, nighttime or sunset are all good. Bring a bottle of wine (or two) and your favorite food from a nearby restaurant. For major events and fireworks shows, you must reserve far in advance as there are few options available.
* Multiple boats can accommodate your every boating need on the waters of
San Francisco bay, the California Coast and all local waters. Just ask...
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