Look out over Richardson's Bay and Mount Tamalpais as your guide gives you a brief overview of Sausalito's nautical history. Learn about how wooden boat building has influenced the development of the town as you move from dock to dock. Visit various boating communities and hear about how they evolved. Then enter into the old shipyard to follow the path of the gantry cranes where the Liberty Ships were assembled during WWII. Tucked away in the shipyard are the infamous Sausalito art studios for you to view. You will finish up the tour with a fine table of tea and cookies at the old boat lettering shack. What better way to appreciate the area's rich history than right from a piece of historical importance to the area: the wooden boat.
Note: There is a 4-person minimum to book this activity. The exact meeting location is given upon confirmation of booking. Tea and cookies are included at the end of the tour.
What to expect
- Tour the Bay from a wooden boat and learn history about how the area developed into the booming region it is today
- Learn about Sausalito's nautical history and how wooden boat building influenced the development of the town
- View a number of popular sites such as WWII Liberty Ship yards, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Angel Island
- Discover Sausalito's infamous houseboat communities
About this Activity
|Price||$50.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final. This activity occurs rain or shine.