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Marina Features:

  • 3 Marina Basins
  • 700 Slips & Dry Storage Spaces
  • Chevron Fuel Dock
  • Free WIFI for tenants
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  • Controlled Key Access
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  • New Restrooms & Showers
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Restaurants & Fish Market
  • Launch Ramp
  • Bait, Ice, & Drinks Available at Chevron Fuel Dock
  • Convenient Recycle & Garbage Bins
  • Grocery Store within walking distance

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  • 30 to 50 Amp Electricity
  • Water Connection
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Quietly tucked away along the shores of Sausalito, lies Blue Water Just blocks from downtown and only minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge, this lively yacht harbor is friendly and state of the art.

74 slip marina that accommodates boats from 20’ to 50’. Just blocks from downtown and only minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge, this lively yacht harbor is friendly and state of the art.

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The Complete Guide to Kayaking in Sausalito

If you’ve ever visited – or even just looked at pictures – you’ve probably noticed: there’s a lot of water around Sausalito. A waterfront community, Sausalito is home to floating homes, houseboats, sailboats, motor boats, and even unmotorized options kayaks and stand up paddleboards. Almost everyone has a boat, lives on a boat, or knows someone who does one of the two.

As a visitor though, you might wonder how you can partake of this awesome resource; you may not know anyone with a boat you can borrow. While there are sailing opportunities listed on Airbnb Experiences and the Freda B Schooner sailing tour too, kayaking is the most popular way to get on the water – and a great way to spend a weekend morning if you’re visiting Sausalito at that time.

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In this post, I’ll break down everything you need to know about kayaking in Sausalito. You’ll learn where to rent a kayak, where to put-in if you have your own kayak, and the best Sausalito kayaking routes. (This advice also applies for stand-up paddleboards if you have one of those or want to rent one.) Read on for the complete Sausalito kayaking guide to help you plan this part of your Sausalito visit.

Sausalito is the traditional lands of the Graton Rancheria, Miwok, and Me-Wuk (Coast Miwok) peoples. With respect, I make a formal land acknowledgment, extending my appreciation to the past and present stewards of these lands. To learn more, I invite you to explore  Native Land .

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Kayaking Rentals & Tours in Sausalito

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Just like sailing, kayaking in Sausalito is a popular activity for locals and tourists. It makes total sense as charming Sausalito sitting in a small harbor in Richardson Bay. If you’re new to the Sausalito kayaking scene, you might wonder where you can find rentals and tours. 

Most locals and websites recommend Sea Trek Sausalito . They were the first commercial sea kayaking business in California and have consolidated as a premier Kayaking and Stand Up Paddle Board Center in San Francisco and Marin. They offer sit-on-top sea kayaks or traditional sea kayaks for rent at an hourly rate. You can choose between single and double kayaks in both categories, with single kayaks costing $30/hour and double kayaks costing $50/hour. They pro-rate based on additional time every fifteen minutes.

They also offer kayak Sausalito tours for all ages and expertise levels. Their Scenic Sausalito Kayak Tour is one of the most popular choices, where you paddle along Sausalito’s picturesque waterfront. You don’t need any experience, and the guides ensure you learn basic kayaking and safety measures before heading out. 

If this isn’t your first time kayaking, you can book their Angel Island Kayak Crossing . This thrilling experience takes you from their Bay Model location across Raccoon Strait to Angel Island. Wildlife lovers can check out the Drakes Estero Full Day Tour . This tour takes you to explore Drakes Estero, a pristine estuary brimming with wildlife and one of the largest concentrations of Harbor seals on the West coast. 

Kayak Put-Ins in Sausalito 

If you have your own kayak, you can bring that instead of renting or booking a tour! To go kayaking in Sausalito, you only need to find that sweet spot to start their Sausalito kayaking trip. Here are the best places to launch your kayak and explore the paddling routes Sausalito offers. 

Schoonmaker Beach 

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Schoonmaker Beach is one of the prime Sausalito kayak launch spots. Located within a yacht harbor area, Schoonmaker Beach has an area of shallow water and easy bay access. You’ll have to unload your kayak first, carry it to the beach, and then find parking. On weekends, you can park at 30 Libertyship Way and on the far southern corner of this lot or Bridgeway street on weekdays.

Dunphy Park Beach

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Dunphy Park is another popular launch spot to begin your Sausalito kayaking experience. It is adjacent to the Bay and runs along Bridgeway. You can launch your kayak from the park’s shoreline area along the Bay where there’s a small beach. Make sure you find a water point that’s shallow enough for you to stand in. You’ll find plenty of parking in Dunphy Park.

Turney Street Boat Ramp

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Located between Joinery and Salito’s Crab House, Turney Street Boat Ramp is a public ramp that gives boaters and kayakers free access to Richardson’s Bay and San Francisco Bay. There’s also a dinghy ramp where most kayakers launch. This ramp is right next to Salito’s restaurant. You can find public parking a block north away on Bridgeway at Locust. The first three hours are free. 

Where to Go Kayaking in Sausalito 

You’ve rented your kayak and chosen your launching spot. Now, it’s time to set out on your watery adventure. Below you’ll find five gorgeous places to paddle in Sausalito. They all offer scenic views and routes you can choose depending on your kayaking skill set. 

Waterfront Toward Downtown

I can’t deny that much of Sausalito’s charm stems from its fabulous waterfront. While most visitors explore it on foot, you’ll never experience the same gorgeous views as you do when kayaking. Sausalito’s historic waterfront makes for a fantastic kayaking trip.

It is also an excellent way to see the town from a different perspective. You can paddle from Dunphy Park Beach and glide through the waters towards downtown. As you meander, you’ll take in scenic views of Angel Island and Alcatraz , the San Francisco skyline, and Tiburon at a distance. You’ll also paddle along some of Sausalito’s best waterfront restaurants. 

Paddling along the waterfront is an excellent opportunity to see Sausalito’s wildlife. You’ll spot Harbor seals and sea lions, as well as pelicans and cormorants.

Along/In Sausalito Marinas

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Speaking of Sausalito’s seaside charm, marinas are powerful contributors to the waterfront’s picturesque and quaint vibes. Sausalito has thirteen marinas located along the waterfront. Each one is unique and has developed its personality throughout the years, with some harboring luxurious boats and others being home to traditional houseboats. While all marinas have that lovely je ne sais quoi, there are two unbeatable ones when it comes to kayaking trips. 

A privately owned marina, Sausalito Yacht Harbor is the most central and one of the most extensive marinas in Sausalito. People who walk along its docks quickly name Sausalito Yacht Harbor as their favorite spot in the city. You’ll do the same once you kayak it. Despite being a densely moored area, Sausalito Yacht Harbor remains peaceful, and the scenery is fascinating, with fancy yachts and the backdrop of SF’s skyline.

Waldo Point Floating Homes

Kayaking in Sausalito - Floating Homes

One of the more beloved communities in Marin Country, Sausalito’s Waldo Point Harbor is an excellent kayaking destination for novice paddlers. The houseboat community started in the late 1940s after the end of World War II. Today, you’ll find over 245 floating homes on the five docks of Sausalito’s Waldo Point Harbor. Similar to Sausalito’s waterfront, the view from the kayak is unbeatable.

Kayaking along Sausalito’s Waldo Point Harbor is a historic and scenic experience. You’ll see the most varied and exotic architecture. I mean it when I say each house you look at is unique. Some homes are straightforward, whereas some are eccentric. Other homes pose a linguistic dilemma to visitors who try to find a way to describe them. 

Richardson Bay

Richardson Bay is one of the best places to start your kayaking adventure in Sausalito. The area offers paddling trips for all kayakers, either for beginner or experienced kayakers seeking challenging waters.

If this is your first time in a kayak, you might want to stay closer to the shoreline. The further you get from the piers and docks, the wilder the tides and currents get, which can be grueling for newbies.  Also, the wind might be choppy depending on the weather. You’ll enjoy sweeping vistas of the San Francisco skyline and glimpses of Harbor seals resting on rocks. You can also paddle to Sausalito’s marinas or Waldo Point Floating Homes.

Veteran kayakers can paddle up to the tip of Belvedere or the Mill Valley along Pickleweed Inlet in Richardson Bay. Some even dare to reach Golden Gate Bridge!

Angel Island

Kayaking in Sausalito - Angel Island

Angel Island is a popular Sausalito kayaking trip. However, it is an open-water crossing, so I suggest it for advanced paddlers, who can handle a challenging and long journey.

Many paddlers begin their Angel Island trip in Turney Street Boat Ramp put-in and end it in Ayala Cove, where they allow landing. Those who venture to Angel Island will encounter rougher waters and powerful currents leading outside the Golden Gate. Paddling the current through Raccoon Straight (the strongest currents are here) might be the hardest part. Sometimes, the current is strong, and you’ll get large standing waves, especially where the strait is the narrowest.

If you’d like to hone your surfing skills or just play a little, set out to the northernmost end of Angel Island or between the island and Belvedere. You’ll find a large tidal range with plenty of exciting standing waves!

No matter where you choose to put-in or go kayaking in Sausalito, it’s a great way to explore the city from the water – an important part of the city’s history and life today. Have any questions about kayaking in Sausalito? Let me know in the comments!

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Excellent information and I especially enjoyed the photos. I was interested to see your description of the paddle from Sausalito to Angel Island. I used to whitewater kayak, even ran the Grand Canyon a couple of times, but get me 50 feet from a visible shore in calm water and I start getting anxious. The scariest paddle I ever did was the 2.5 miles from Sausalito to Angel Island, on a calm day with swells less than 2 feet. Never happier to land my little boat! I think it was just my open water anxiety kicking in, but now I can point to your article to give myself a bit more credibility. 😉

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Absolutely, Donna! The crossing is definitely tricky even under good conditions, and many people underestimate it! Thanks for reading!

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Andrew Ward

Hi Folks… Thanks for your great info…. Can you please explain why google maps labels Schoonmaker Beach as “Permanently Closed?” Is it? I would like to launch my kayak from there? Are there any kayak launch places closer to Downtown Sausalito? How about anywhere near Tiburon / Belvedere closer to Peninsula Point?

Hi, Andrew! It’s definitely not closed – and I’m not sure why it says that. (When I check on Google, it *doesn’t* say closed, so I’m even more confused!)

In any case, you should be able to put in there. You could also put in at Turney Street, which is closer to Old Town.

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Colbie Jordan

Hello, do you happen to know if any or all of these places are dog friendly? I’m trying to find a good launch spot to get my dog used to being on the paddle board.

Colbie, hi, you can take your dog to any of the put-ins I mention!

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Monthly berthing is available for your sailboat or motor yacht.

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If you’re looking for the long open sidewalk along the Sausalito waterfront with great views of San Francisco, please click here to read about The Bridgeway Promenade!

Insiders Tip: Why do we say, “The Real Locations?” The term “Sausalito Boardwalk” is used by various sources to refer to three different places in Sausalito, only two of which actually have wooden sidewalks!

  • The  Bridgeway Promenade offers the most famous views in Sausalito and some of the best views of San Francisco anywhere, but its surface is concrete and (on the lower level) asphalt and rocks. No boards to walk on there!
  • The boardwalk at the southern end of the Bridgeway Promenade , near the spot in Old Town where Sausalito was founded as a Mexican Rancho in 1838. This boardwalk functions as part of the Promenade, and was once used for a scene in a Rita Hayworth and Orson Welles film .
  • The boardwalk north of the Sausalito Ferry pier (facing Sausalito Yacht Harbor and Pelican Yacht Harbor), spanning the border between Downtown Sausalito and the Caledonia St. area, starting at the (wonderful) Books by the Bay bookshop and ending just across from the Seafood Peddler restaurant.

For your humor file: A website owned by a wealthy financier in the Midwest has tried to say that a local pier and a bayside office building deck are also “boardwalks” because they’re made out of wood.

The Northern Boardwalk

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If you follow the shoreline north for two blocks from the Sausalito Ferry pier in Downtown Sausalito you’ll come to the foot of Bay St. and the Books by the Bay bookshop, the southern end of this boardwalk.

Sausalito boardwalk address for your GPS: 100 Bay St. Sausalito, CA 94965

Click here for information on Sausalito City Parking Lot #3 , the best Sausalito boardwalk parking in this area.

The Southern Boardwalk

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The Boardwalk in  Old Town  (the violet bar on the map screenshot above) runs behind homes and the old Sally Stanford’s Valhalla Restaurant between the foot of the  Bridgeway Promenade  and the foot of Main St. It is famous for being the location of a scene with Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth in the 1947 film, The Lady from Shanghai .

Sausalito boardwalk address for your GPS: Bridgeway at Richardson St., Sausalito, CA 94965

The best Sausalito boardwalk parking spots in this area are the metered spots on Bridgeway, but it’s also a lovely walk down from the city parking lots near the ferry pier.

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Just blocks from downtown and only minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge, this lively yacht harbor is friendly and state of the art.

  • Enjoy direct boat channel access to Richardson Bay, San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean
  • Blue Water Yacht Harbor is a 81 slip marina that accommodates boats from 20’ to 50’
  • There are also side ties up to 60’ available for daily or other short term use
  • A private entry parking lot is available to harbor tenants as well as handicap access private baths and showers
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Freda B’s homeport is located on the Sausalito Yacht Harbor’s southern edge. She is now in slip 465, right next to a great waiting platform and just a few steps from the Spinnaker Point. Google MAP

Berth Address: Slip 465, Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Sausalito, CA 94965

GPS: 100 Bay Street

Parking: Municipal lots 3 and 4

Please plan to arrive by ferry or be parked 30 minutes before your sail is scheduled to begin to ensure you do not miss the boat.

Public Transportation Golden Gate Transit and Blue and Gold ferries and buses operate between San Francisco and Sausalito. You can check the current schedule (varies by season) at

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From the ferry landing walk north, toward the mountain and away from San Francisco.

Alternatively, there is a taxi stand at the corner of Bridgeway and Anchor st. Ride-sharing services like UBER and Lyft are helpful resources for traveling locally and to/from San Francisco without a personal car.

While you’re here: Don’t miss out on visiting our charming, historic downtown and the delicious, international selection of high-caliber restaurants  which are just steps from Freda B’s slip.

From San Francisco/Golden Gate Bridge:  Exit Highway 101 north at the second exit after the Golden Gate Bridge onto Alexander Avenue. Follow signs for 1.6 miles into downtown Sausalito. The Schooner Freda B will be on the right in the Sausalito Yacht Harbor, slip 465. The best option for parking is Municipal lots 3 and 4  Please do not park in the Spinnaker Restaurant’s parking lot.

From San Rafael:  From Highway 101 south, exit at Sausalito/Marin City. At the first light, turn left and go under the freeway. Follow signs to downtown Sausalito via Bridgeway. The harbor is 2 miles south on the left. The best option for parking is Municipal lots 3 and 4. Please do not park in the Spinnaker Restaurant’s parking lot.

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WE WELCOME NEWCOMERS AND FIRST TIMERS AND WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED ON BOARD!

Location/parking.

We are located at 310 Harbor drive in Sausalito in Clipper Yacht Harbor, slip 106, and there is plenty of free parking. At the end of Harbor Dr there is a railroad crossing type of gate at the entrance to the “main” parking lot. This gate is usually closed early in the morning but often you can follow someone through or someone might open it for you… IF you use this lot please park in spots to the left as spots to the right must be left open for patrons of “Fish.” Restaurant later in the day. 

There is however, ANOTHER LOT !! Many seem to miss it but it is 100 feet before the gate - to the right. This is the preferred lot to park in but please do not park in any spot marked “reserved.” On busy days this smaller lot can get full, and if you can’t get into the big, “main” lot, call us at  (415)548-0150  and we can always come open the main lot gate for you. Our dock is basically straight across from that "RR crossing" type gate - next to the boat launch ramp - by a “Clipper Yacht Harbor” sign. We are 3/4 of the way down that dock on the left "Salty Lady" -  please buy your tickets in advance.

Please check the “book online” section of this website for currently scheduled trips and pricing.

GEAR AND TACKLE

On most trips gear and tackle is provided and included at no charge. Rental rods are available for $20. We are stocked up on all appropriate gear and tackle, but you’re welcome to bring your own as well.

It is customary to tip your deckhand(s). Obviously not required by definition - but much like a waiter in a restaurant - deckhands work very hard for a very modest wage. 10-20 percent is a standard tip in a restaurant where your server waits on you for perhaps 5 minutes. Your deckhand will be there to help and serve you for 8-10 hours. If you think he did a good job… tip him well. If not, please let me know !!! We have a great crew on the Salty Lady...

FISHING LICENSE

Fishing licenses are required for all anglers age 16 and up. Kids 15 years old & younger do not need a Ca. fishing license.

Due to current regulations we cannot sell fishing licenses on board.  They can be purchased at your local sporting goods store or online at the Ca Dept of Fish and Wildlife website.

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OTHER IMPORTANT INFO

Coffee and tea are provided and we do have a microwave but bring your own lunch and cold drinks. Beer & wine is permitted, but hard alcohol is not. Becoming inebriated is discouraged and not a great idea on any boat !!!

Dress appropriately… regardless of how hot it may be on land it can often be very cold on the water. It might be warm… but don’t count on it.   Layers !!!

Overall, seasickness is very rare… it happens to a very small percentage of people… but if it happens to you it can make for a very long day. Over the counter motion sickness medications do NOT work if you wait until you start feeling the symptoms !! They DO work well if you take one the night before and one in the morning before you leave to come down to the boat. Check with your health care provider about the Scopolamine patch… probably the most effective preventative measure I have seen in my experience !!

DON’T MISS THE BOAT !!!

Our trips leave PROMPTLY at our scheduled departure time, so please be on the boat at least 1/2 hour early !!!

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  1. Harbors and Marinas

    Harbors and Marinas. Blue Water Yacht Harbor: 74-slip marina that accommodates boats from 20' to 50'.Located at 55 Liberty Ship Way. Clipper Yacht Harbor: The largest harbor in Sausalito with 700 slips and dry storage spaces.Located at 310 Harbor Drive. Pelican Harbour: 90 berths ranging from 30' to 65'.Located at 200 Johnson Street.

  2. A Quick Guide to All 13 Marinas in Sausalito

    Moorage: Monthly ($13-$28 per foot) and Daily ($2-$3) per foot. Clipper Yacht Harbor is the biggest of the Sausalito marinas - and has pretty much everything you need in a marina whether you're storing your boat long-term or sailing up for the day. In addition to plenty of slips for daily and monthly use, Clipper Yacht Harbor has dry ...

  3. Where to Find the "Sausalito Boardwalk" (All 3 of Them!)

    This is a 0.3-mile stretch of Sausalito boardwalk which begins at Spinnaker Point and follows the waterfront all the way to the Sausalito Yacht Harbor halfway up Johnson Street. In particular, there's an extra 0.1-mile stretch that turns right at Seafood Peddler and also gives you views of Pelican Harbor.

  4. SAUSALITO YACHT HARBOR

    My bride and I lived aboard at SYH for 15 years (late 80s-early 2000s) on our big, classic, well-maintained and very active wooden motor yacht. We were right in the best location in the harbor; ie, downtown. It was a wonderful "golden" era of our lives -and for Sausalito, as well- and we'll never forget it.

  5. Clipper Yacht Harbor Sausalito California

    With over 700 slips and dry storage spaces, we're the largest full service harbor in Sausalito. Clipper Yacht is home to Sausalito's best (tenants only) launch ramp as well as Sausalito's only public fuel dock. Quick Links. Home; Application; Amenities; Contact; Location (415) 332-3500.

  6. Amenities

    Available Services: 30 to 50 Amp Electricity. Water Connection. Fuel Dock on Premises. Pump-out on Premises. Guest Facilities. Launch Ramp. Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. (closed for lunch 12:00 - 1:00 PM)

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    Muir Woods Parking & Options When It's Sold Out; Muir Woods Shuttle; Muir Woods Ticket Prices; How to Get to Muir Woods: Drive, Ride or Hike; GGNRA & Marin Headlands; Real Estate. ... Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Spinnaker Dr., Sausalito, CA 94965, phone 415-332-5000. Schoonmaker Marina, 85 Liberty Ship Way # 205, Sausalito, CA, phone 415-331-5550 ...

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    Parking for Visitors; Car Rentals & Transportation; Video: Greetings from Sausalito; Photo Gallery; ... Founded in 1943, the Sausalito Yacht Club offers members opportunities for racing, sailing or a leisurely cruise. ... Sausalito Yacht Harbor: Spinnaker Dr. Sausalito, CA 94965:

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    The Grand Banks, Cimba is located in the Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Dock C: Slip 102. The best street address to locate the boat is 1000 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965. It offers a close physical address for directions, and in the satellite view, it gives a good view of Sausalito Yacht Harbor. Please plan to arrive by ferry or be parked 30 minutes ...

  10. Blue Water Yacht Harbor

    74 slip marina that accommodates boats from 20' to 50'. Just blocks from downtown and only minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge.

  11. Schooner Freda BDirections • Schooner Freda B

    Google MAP. Meeting point: "Schooner Freda B": Slip 465, Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Sausalito, CA 94965. Closest building address: 100 Bay Street. Parking in the Sausalito Municipal Lots: Google Maps Lot #3 (closest) and Lot #4. Please plan to arrive by ferry or be parked 30 minutes before your sail is scheduled to ensure you do not miss the boat.

  12. Schooner Freda BFAQ • Schooner Freda B

    Helpful address for gps: 100 Bay St., Sausalito, CA 94965 Freda B is located at Slip 465, on the Sausalito Yacht Harbor southern edge. She is right next to a great waiting platform and just a few steps from the Spinnaker Point. Google MAP. Parking options: Sausalito Municipal Lots #3 and #4

  13. The Complete Guide to Kayaking in Sausalito

    Despite being a densely moored area, Sausalito Yacht Harbor remains peaceful, and the scenery is fascinating, with fancy yachts and the backdrop of SF's skyline. Waldo Point Floating Homes. One of the more beloved communities in Marin Country, Sausalito's Waldo Point Harbor is an excellent kayaking destination for novice paddlers. The ...

  14. Clipper Yacht Harbor

    21 reviews and 33 photos of CLIPPER YACHT HARBOR "Not too bad a place to keep your boat. Its a easy trip up to get out of the city and step into that boating lifestyle. ... The sign says $20.00 but the guy in the lot said it was free so we never had to pay for the launch or parking. We had fun boating aroung the nearby sights and under the GG ...

  15. Pelican Harbour Sausalito

    Welcome to Pelican Harbour. Pelican Harbour is located just. two miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. This beautiful marina, built in the historic maritime city of Sausalito, offers what you need for your yachting adventures or relaxation. Monthly berthing is available for your sailboat or motor yacht. Don't wait for the winds to sing your song.

  16. Schooner Freda B • SF Bay's Favorite Charter Boat

    The schooner is located in beautiful downtown Sausalito in the historic Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Slip 465. With a harbor surrounded by municipal parking and public transportation, this yacht is the easiest to board in the county. Please email us at [email protected] or call 415.331.0444 to find out more! Please email inquiries for premium ...

  17. Sausalito Boardwalk (The Real Locations!)

    The boardwalk at the southern end of the Bridgeway Promenade, near the spot in Old Town where Sausalito was founded as a Mexican Rancho in 1838. This boardwalk functions as part of the Promenade, and was once used for a scene in a Rita Hayworth and Orson Welles film. The boardwalk north of the Sausalito Ferry pier (facing Sausalito Yacht Harbor ...

  18. ABOUT

    Blue Water Yacht Harbor is a 81 slip marina that accommodates boats from 20' to 50' There are also side ties up to 60' available for daily or other short term use; A private entry parking lot is available to harbor tenants as well as handicap access private baths and showers

  19. Schooner Freda BSausalito Boarding • Schooner Freda B

    Follow signs for 1.6 miles into downtown Sausalito. The Schooner Freda B will be on the right in the Sausalito Yacht Harbor, slip 465. The best option for parking is Municipal lots 3 and 4 Please do not park in the Spinnaker Restaurant's parking lot. From San Rafael: From Highway 101 south, exit at Sausalito/Marin City.

  20. Richardson Bay Marina

    Richardson Bay Marina is located in the waterfront community of Sausalito, world-renowned for its Mediterranean flair and breathtaking views. The marina has some of the finest amenities in a beautiful setting on Richardson Bay and is just minutes away from the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco. Located on the north end of Richardson Bay, you ...

  21. Salty Lady Sportfishing

    LOCATION/PARKING. We are located at 310 Harbor drive in Sausalito in Clipper Yacht Harbor, slip 106, and there is plenty of free parking. At the end of Harbor Dr there is a railroad crossing type of gate at the entrance to the "main" parking lot. This gate is usually closed early in the morning but often you can follow someone through or ...

  22. Our Vessel

    The Blue Runner is docked at Clipper Yacht Harbor, in Sausalito, California. We offer acres of free, easy all-day parking and the boat can be accessed by physically impaired people. The Blue Runner is a newly refurbished 43' US Coast Guard certified DELTA, commonly regarded as one of the best, most stable boats ever built with fine creature ...

  23. Sausalito Yacht Harbor Map

    Sausalito Yacht Harbor Sausalito Yacht Harbor is a dock in Marin County, California. Sausalito Yacht Harbor is situated nearby to the village Belvedere Tiburon and the hamlet Belvedere Island. Overview: Map: Directions: Satellite: Photo Map: Overview: Map: Directions: Satellite: Photo Map: Tap on the

  24. Fish Restaurant

    Plenty of parking. Near the waters. Food arrived quick. Excellent customer service. See all photos from Sheryl H. for Fish Restaurant. Helpful 1. Helpful 2. Thanks 0. ... Far from the tourist center of Sausalito, closer to warehouses and a yacht club. The seaside ambiance really felt like a legit fish shack. You order and pay at the counter ...