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Love riding the ferry to SF. It's clean, quiet, and the people are all pleasant. No traffic, no bridge tolls, no parking issues. We did take it after commute hour, so it may be different during a more "rush hour". Looking forward to senior rates...More
A fantastic alternative to driving and fighting for a parking spot is the San Francisco Bay Ferry. I took my grandchildren to Vallejo and caught the ferry to Pier 41 this summer and they had a blast! The ferry ride is about an hour, and...More
My wife and I are retired and the Ferry to San Francisco is our primary source of Transportation to the city. In case of Emergency and when the Ferry is not in operation, Bus service is available from Vallejo to the city Ferry Terminal. The...More
Mare Island was settled by the Spaniards (named after General Vallejo's favorite mare), sports the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi, contains many historic buildings reminiscent of San Francisco's Presidio, was the site of major shipyard activity through the Vietnam War period. Who knew?...More
On time service, boat is clean. The crew is not the friendliest with the passengers but they know their job & I trust them. Full service snack bar is a plus, a little pricey but if you want it bad enough you’ll buy it. It’s...More
Best of bay area transit. The ferries are very clean. They sell drinks and snacks. The ride is nice and you can even ride outside during nice weather. Prices are well worth it so you dont have to deal with traffic.
On Monday, August 20th, I took the San Francisco Ferry from the Embarcadero to Vallejo to catch the Napa Valley Wine Train. I caught the 8:15am ferry. I regret that I did not get the name of the gentleman who managed the ferry and crowd...More
Taking the ferry from Vallejo is THE WAY to get to SF from the East Bay and Sacramento! No City parking hassles or expense, no bridge tolls and best of all, no fighting the traffic which as anyone who has been to the Bay Area...More
One day: we planned to be in SFO, took the ferry and strolled at Fisherman's Wharf, had lunch, took the cable car on the way to Market St.,did hop on and off to China town, Lombard St. then strolled and shopped a bit at Union...More
Some of the ferrys do go to Fishermans Wharf. I believe on the ferry schedule they call it pier 41. Watch the schedule for which times make this stop. Be sure to consider both going no coming. Otherwise all the ferrys go to... More
Some of the ferrys do go to Fishermans Wharf. I believe on the ferry schedule they call it pier 41. Watch the schedule for which times make this stop. Be sure to consider both going no coming. Otherwise all the ferrys go to the ferry building and from there I rode the trolley to Fishermans wharf. We had a transit pass but the fare was under two dollars and the trolley driver was very friendly and used to tourists. Either the E or the F line trolleys will make a stop at FW. If you go this way and pay the fare in cash you probably should have some small change. I'm not sure about the distance from six flags to the Vallejo ferry bldg but by car I don't think it's too far, maybe a half hour. When I googled San Francisco Bay Ferry I got a lot of great info.