Bay Voyager Launches San Francisco’s Only 49 Mile Cruise

New company, Bay Voyager, has just launched San Francisco’s first “49 Mile” cruise and it debuts right along-side the San Francisco 49ers winning streak and race to the NFL Play-Offs.
By: Molly Blaisdell
 
Oct. 24, 2011 - PRLog -- New company, Bay Voyager, has just launched San Francisco’s first “49 Mile” cruise and it debuts right along-side the San Francisco 49ers winning streak and race to the NFL Play-Offs.  Bay Voyager is the only bay tour featuring the Navy Seals-type large passenger rigid inflatable boat (RIB), which can accommodate up to 12 people and speeds of up to 45 miles per hour.  

The new “49 Mile Bay Crossing” cruise spans 49 miles during the four hour tour and focuses on the highlights of the Bay, voyaging past the San Francisco downtown area, the Marina and North Beach from a waterfront excursion of California’s most historic city.  Additionally, passengers will explore sites across the Bay, which include the Alameda-Oakland estuary, some of the most storied vessels in the Bay, four of the bay’s major bridges and two lighthouses as well.

Prices for this excursion are $115 per person for a four person minimum or a group rate of $840 for eight or more people, which equates to $105 per person.
While Bay Voyager does have specific routes on the variety of tours available, deviation is an integral part of the experience, making each adventure an engaging and exhilarating encounter.  
   For reservations and additional information, please call 510-542-4200 or visit www.bayvoyager.com.

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