Whale Watching at the Golden Gate on Sept 22

Whale Watching at the Golden Gate on Sept 22
Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours > Day Cruises > Sightseeing Cruise
$55
Duration: 2 hours
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Description

It's Humpback and Blue Whale Season in SF Bay now through November

Tideline vessels are equipped with restrooms, inside and outside seating and beverage service (beer, wines and sodas)

Humpbacks feed on fish, or the tiny crustaceans we call krill. When the krill begin to “bloom” in vast numbers offshore in the Gulf of the Farallones, usually by August, the humpbacks will turn their attention there. But until then, the humpbacks are taking advantage of the Bay’s bounty. You can sometimes see them lunging to the surface, their huge throats distended as they engulf a shoal of anchovies.

Tideline will depart Tiburon at 1:15pm  and SF, Pier 1.5 at 1:45pm
We will cruise along the scenic San Francisco Waterfront toward the Golden Gate.  We will post around the Golden Gate, which is the perfect viewing area for whale watching. 
We will return to Pier  1.5 at 3:30pm and Tiburon at 4:00pm.

Tideline will cruise along the scenic San Francisco Waterfront toward the Golden Gate.  We will post around the Golden Gate Bridge, which is the perfect viewing area for whale watching.  We will return to Pier  1.5 at 1:30pm and Berkeley Marina at 2:00pm.


Dress in layers, boating on the San Francisco Bay offers ever-changing views and exciting microclimates. Weather can change in a minute. Windbreaker, warm base layer, gloves, hat, scarf, sunglasses, and comfortable shoes are encouraged. Remember your cameras and binoculars.

Riders board at Tiburon in front of Sam's Anchor Cafe.

Riders board at San Francisco's Pier 1.5, next to La Mar Restaurant (next to Ferry Building).

*Our operations are subject to cancellation due to weather and lack of passenger demand.

*Bookings become non-refundable, and non-creditable 24 hours prior to the event's commencement.

It's Humpback and Blue Whale Season in SF Bay now through November

Tideline vessels are equipped with restrooms, inside and outside seating and beverage service (beer, wines and sodas)

Humpbacks feed on fish, or the tiny crustaceans we call krill. When the krill begin to “bloom” in vast numbers offshore in the Gulf of the Farallones, usually by August, the humpbacks will turn their attention there. But until then, the humpbacks are taking advantage of the Bay’s bounty. You can sometimes see them lunging to the surface, their huge throats distended as they engulf a shoal of anchovies.