SF Charter Boat.com

People are happy aboard every charter. May this continue if we share our travels...

This shared joy makes the world a little better place!

Feel the breeze, see the sights, stay comfortable no matter what the conditions and

enjoy the majestic  SF Bay while being  protected from the elements with complete visibility from the main cabin, or outside on the upper flying bridge or aft cockpit for privacy and comfort choices

You will never be wet or cold, or, good heavens, being down below heeling over in a sailboat trying to stay warm, while keeping your stomach from complaining. 

Just hang out, take a trip to Angel Island, around AlcatrazGolden Gate Bridge, have a small get together, go fishing, bird watching, plan a corporate trip, celebrate a special event or birthday, whale watch, see the Blue Angels, do a memorial service for a loved one, ash scattering, visit McCovey Cove, the nautical front yard for the MLB baseball SF Giants at AT&T Park. Weddings can be a unique experience, saving tons of money, an Officiant is available, and your captain can do stills or video.

Angel Island destination and hikes are popular requests, hike to a beach facing SF or around the island. Please inquire.

All rental prices includes captain, yacht, cleaning and fuel costs. 

Max passengers is SIX (USCG regulations).


Half Day rate, three hours  $675.

Full Day is five hours, $990.

First hour, $350.

Each additional hour, $250.

CA State Park Fee for Angel Island $20

Any gratuity is not included in the price.

Departure and return is Sausalito, unless otherwise arranged.

Pets welcome if well behaved

The number of passengers is MAXIMUM SIX.

50% non-refundable advance booking fee is required to guarantee your charter.

Balance required two weeks before departure. No refunds. Reschedule only if weather related.

Safety is always the prime concern, if fog or other weather considerations occur, the discretion of the captain prevails.


View 90 second Video  of a whale visiting SF Bay shot by Captain Stuart Kiehl:

All photos by Capt Stuart Kiehl

Covers by Capt Stuart Kiehl