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San Francisco Dining Cruises

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San Francisco Dining Cruises
While San Francisco is known for its many, many restaurants, it’s worth saving one meal for a lunch, brunch, or dinner cruise, simply for the chance to be out on beautiful San Francisco Bay. Here’s what you need to know about SF dining cruises.
 
Highlights
  • Cruises range from two to four hours—easy to fit into your sightseeing schedule.
  • A cruise on the bay provides an up close view of Alcatraz Island.
  • Some cruises glide under or right up to the Golden Gate Bridge for a photo op you can’t get elsewhere.
  • Depending on the time of day, you can look for sea lions or dolphins in the water or admire the twinkling city lights.
  • Most boats depart along the Embarcadero, either near Fisherman’s Wharf or the Ferry Building, which can be reached from the major hotel areas by cab, streetcar, or cable car.
 
Lunch and Brunch Cruises
Daytime cruises typically feature a buffet lunch or brunch so you can select what you’d like to eat and spend your time enjoying views of Sausalito, Angel Island, Tiburon, the Bay Bridge, and the San Francisco skyline, including the Transamerica Pyramid. Most cruises include nonalcoholic beverages with alcohol available for purchase; a brunch cruise typically includes sparkling wine for mimosas.
 
Dinner Cruises
Dinner on the water takes your meal up a notch, whether you’re after a romantic evening or celebrating a special occasion with family or friends. Watch the sun set behind the Golden Gate Bridge and the city lights start to brighten the night as you enjoy a multicourse meal, which is typical of dinner cruises. Some include wine while others offer alcohol for purchase. For something really special, opt for a helicopter tour and San Francisco dinner cruise combo.  
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San Francisco Dinner Dance CruiseNight Cruises

San Francisco Dinner Dance Cruise

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Spend an evening on the San Francisco Bay during this dinner cruise, including a 4-course gourmet meal of fresh, local ingredients prepared on board. After dinner, dance to the live band or enjoy the nighttime views of Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the city skyline from the exterior deck. Viator Exclusive: Upgrade to include window seating and a bottle of sparkling wine, an option available nowhere else.
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  • 3 hours
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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San Francisco Champagne Brunch CruiseDay Cruises

San Francisco Champagne Brunch Cruise

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Glide across San Francisco Bay with unlimited mimosas and sparkling wine on this weekend brunch cruise. Sail under the Golden Gate Bridge, pass Alcatraz, and see the city skyline from the deck. A hearty buffet and onboard music keep the mood festive while you enjoy brunch and sightsee.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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San Francisco Bay Lunch CruiseDay Cruises

San Francisco Bay Lunch Cruise

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Sail around the San Francisco Bay and view the city’s iconic sights while enjoying a buffet lunch on this yacht cruise from downtown. Only from the water can you see the city’s skyline and pass right under the Golden Gate Bridge. Load up on both meat and vegetarian entrees, salads, and sweets during your scenic cruise.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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