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San Francisco New Year’s Eve Cruise Sights

New Year’s Eve is right around the corner and we hope that you’ve got your plans set already.

If not we’ve got the San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruise that you definitely need to check out right here!

The best New Year’s Eve celebration in San Francisco definitely happens on board our San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruises. Not only will our cruises have you partying on the seas with all of your friends, but you’ll also enjoy amazing views right from our yachts. Check out the sights that you’ll enjoy on our San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruise and book your tickets today!

Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco New Year's Eve cruise - Golden Gate Bridge

Of course, this iconic San Francisco landmark will be viewable from your San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruise. Whenever you think of San Francisco, this great bridge definitely comes to mind. The Golden Gate Bridge stands at an amazing 746 feet tall and spans across the Golden Gate strait. The American Society of Civil Engineers also declared the Golden Gate Bridge one of the Wonders of the Modern World. Get on board our San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruise and sail underneath this great bridge to bring in the New Year!

 


Alcatraz Island

San Francisco New Year's Eve cruise - Alcatraz

Get a nice view of Alcatraz from our San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruise and take a small sea tour of this once world-famous prison. Alcatraz is measured to be 1,675 feet by 590 feet and 135 feet at highest point during mean tide. Alcatraz also become a national recreation area in 1972 and received designation as a National Historic Landmark in 1986. You definitely don’t want to miss catching a view of this historic San Francisco landmark from our New Year’s cruises!


Yerba Buena/Treasure Island

San Francisco New Year's Eve cruise - Yerba Buena Island

Your San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruise will also have you viewing Yerba Buena Island as well as Treasure Island. Sail past these two San Francisco islands and snap away at your view. Yerba Buena Island was named after the town of Yerba Buena which came from the plant that was abundant in the area, which shared the same name. The name translates to “good herb.” Treasure Island is an artificial island that was built from 1936 to 1937 and sits in the San Francisco Bay. These two islands will be yours to enjoy as you celebrate New Year’s Eve on the seas with us.


San Francisco Skyline and New Year’s Eve Fireworks

San Francisco New Year's cruise fireworks

While you’ll be viewing all of San Francisco’s landmarks on our San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruise, the beautiful city skyline will fill your eyes as you sail. Enjoy views of the city from our yachts and experience the Bay Area from a new perspective. When you sail with us, you’re definitely going to enjoy an amazing night with unforgettable views.

To top it all off, you’ll also enjoy a view of the New Year’s Eve fireworks right from your yacht! Bring in the New Year with an unforgettable experience and watch as the fireworks light up the sky. This year, don’t settle for the typical New Year’s celebration and party with us!

Check out our San Francisco New Year’s Eve cruise events here and get on board our yachts this New Year’s Eve!

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