Activity Time: Every 135 minutes starting at 10:45
Duration: Duration: 02:15 (Approx.)
Our 30-minute basic flight will take you over the splendor of the greatest city in the U.S. - San Francisco! On this flight you will take off from our seabase in the lovely bayside village of Sausalito just across the Golden Gate Bridge. We will fly along the coast over the Golden Gate National Reserve past Baker Beach and the Pt. X Lighthouse, then left over the legendary Golden Gate Bridge herself! Then on above Crissy Field, Downtown San Francisco, AT&T Park - Home of the Major League Baseball World Champion San Francisco Giants, then on over the infamous island prison of Alcatraz. Finally your flight will be completed with a pass by the historic Angel Island - the Immigrant Gateway to the West and a smooth landing back in Sausalito’s Richardson Bay.
Cancellation 24 hours for 2 pax, 72 hours for group of 4 or more. Cancellations due to inclement weather will be fully refunded.
Seaplane Adventures, 242 Redwood Highway, Mill Valley, CA 94941 (415) 332-4843 email@example.com
DRIVING DIRECTIONS Approach from the North
From the Golden Gate Bridge heading North on Highway 101 - Pass all the Sausalito exits and continue North on 101 approximately 4 miles. Take the first Mill Valley exit "Mill Valley, Muir Woods, Stinson Beach Hwy 1." Take the first right hand turn on Pohono. Then take an immediate right on Bolinas (our driveway). Drive down to the end of the driveway and you will see our San Francisco Seaplane Tours office. Free parking.
Approach from the South
From 101 South - Take the "Stinson Beach Hwy 1" exit. Stay in the right hand lane and at the stop light turn right. Proceed under the freeway overpass. Take the first left on Pohono. Then take an immediate right on Bolinas (our driveway). Drive down to the end of the driveway and you will see our San Francisco Seaplane Tours office. Free parking.
PICKUPS AT PIER 39
The pickup is to the right of the hard rock cafe, near the crab statue, by the curb. Shuttle is a White Honda Odyssey that says "San Francisco Seaplane Tours".