RED AND WHITE SAN FRANCISCO BAY CRUISES
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
WE ARE OPEN ON THANKSGIVING DAY
Now available to book, our 1 hour Golden Gate Bay Cruise; a one hour scenic voyage – cruise between Pier 43.5 and Fisherman’s Wharf while transiting along San Francisco’s breathtaking waterfront, passing under the Golden Gate and around Alcatraz! Learn the history of San Francisco Bay in an open-air museum setting and observe local marine life such as sea lions, pelicans, whales and more.
Fall in love with the Bay again. We look forward to seeing you soon.
OVER 10 MILLION PASSENGERS SINCE 1939
A PIECE OF SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY
Call Us: 415-673-2900
Founded in 1892, the historic Red and White is legendary for its premiere San Francisco cruises. Family owned, Red and White is committed to environmental sustainability and community education.
In 1892, seventeen-year-old Thomas Crowley launched the first of many companies which would one day be a fixture of the San Francisco Bay. Using $80 he had saved, he purchased a used Whitehall rowboat, and in so doing entered into the competitive boating business of the time. His inaugural boat was just eighteen feet long and fewer than five feet wide, and he rowed it alone through the waters of the Bay transporting both goods and passengers at a time when no bridges connected the city to the other parts of the Bay.