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A Scenic Ferry Route
Vallejo Baylink Ferry is a public water transportation service of the City of Vallejo, California with four high-speed ferries serving the North Bay Region with departures to and from San Francisco - 60 minutes each way. From the superb San Francisco Bay and City skyline to a close look at the bay's playful sea lions, the scenic ferry ride provides passengers postcard views of popular bay attractions.
Please note these are only highlights of the trip, not stops:
Two years and one month after the start of construction and only hours after Charles Lindbergh completed his solo flight over the Atlantic Ocean, the bridge was opened to traffic in 1927. Using new and untried construction techniques,the bridge-builders conquered the strong tidal current. Learn more.
East Brother Light Station
East Brother Light Station is a bed and breakfast inn perched atop an island in the straits that separate San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. While only minutes from shore and less than an hour from San Francisco, it is close enough for a weekend jaunt and yet a world away. Learn more.
Looking a bit like a bent coat hanger, the austere form of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge spans the north end of the San Francisco Bay. When it was completed in 1956, the Richmond San-Rafael Bridge span was one of the largest bridges in the world Learn more.
China Camp State Park
Once the site of a thriving fishing village on San Pablo Bay, China Camp State Park is not only the historic remains of the village, but also 1,640 acres of natural watershed along the shores of San Pablo Bay. Learn more.
The City of Vallejo and Blue & Gold Fleet are pleased to announce resumption of ferry service from Vallejo to Angel Island State Park. Angel Island State Park occupies the largest island in San Francisco Bay and offers visitors a chance to hike or bike through woodlands and meadows, sunbathe and picnic at protected groves and enjoy wonderful views of Marin County, San Francisco and the Golden Gate. Learn more.
Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge was conceived in 1917 by engineer Joseph Baermann Strauss. Strauss faced 12 years of strong opposition to the idea of bridging the Golden Gate. Learn more.
Out in the middle of the San Francisco Bay, the island of Alcatraz is a world unto itself. Isolation, one of the constants of island life for any inhabitant - soldier, prisoner, bird or plant - is a recurrent theme in the unfolding history of Alcatraz. Learn more.
Whether you are looking for fun-filled attractions, unique shopping, an up-close look at California's playful sea lions, or superb dining with a Bay view, San Francisco's PIER 39 is the place to be. Learn more.
San Francisco Ferry Building
The San Francisco Ferry Building was built in 1898. During the early 1930's it was the second busiest transportation terminal in the world. Learn more.
Treasure Island is manmade, built on the shoals of neighboring Yerba Buena island. A Works Progress Administration project of the 1930s, it was built to be the first airport for San Francisco, after its use as a site for the city's third World's Fair. Learn more.
Conceived in the Gold Rush Days, a bridge spanning the San Francisco Bay linking The cities of San Francisco and Oakland always seemed like an engineering and financial impossibility. Learn more.
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