Why stress during your commute when you could be enjoying stunning bay views, making new friends and sipping wine?…More The crossing from Harbor Bay terminal to San Francisco whizzes by in 25 minutes.
This southernmost ferry terminal has a free, lighted parking lot. After your crossing, pick up your free transfer to Muni or AC Transit. Or take your bike--there are racks on board, plus open and enclosed racks at the terminal.
The standard one-way adult fare is $6.50; buy a commute pass to cut down the price. Discounts are available for students, seniors, military and the disabled. Kids under 12 ride free on the Friday evening commute; children 5 and under always ride free.
Noncommute hours and weekends, the 180-passenger ferry is available for charter, complete with catering and history/eco tour options.
Alameda Point Ferry Terminal 2990 Main St, Alameda, CA94501 With daily service to Jack London Square, Angel Island and Pier 39 in San Francisco, Alameda Point Ferry Terminal is a…More gateway to many of the Bay Area's most exciting tourist destinations and locations. From the terminal, there are great views of the San Francisco skyline, downtown Oakland and the Port of Oakland. The terminal is sheltered from wind and weather, and has a convenient free lot, bike racks, public restrooms, newspaper stands and a map of ferry fares, routes and schedules.
Compass Rose Yacht Charters 1070 Marina Village Pkwy, Alameda, CA94501 This company leases privately owned dinner cruise yachts for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries,…More corporate events and other special occasions. Cruise packages feature a uniformed captain, a full-service crew, a no-host premium bar, an elegant menu and stunning floral arrangements. The price also includes sales tax, port fees and service charges. The office is located at the Yacht Brokers Building in the Marina Village district, just west of Shoreline Park.