Sausalito

Ferry

Blue and Gold Ferry

The Ferry to Sausalito has always been beautiful!

Fodor’s Travel ranked it #5 as The World’s Most Scenic Ferry Rides, aboard Golden Gate Ferry

There are many ways to get here! The most popular ways are to take a Scenic Ferry Ride, Biking across the Golden Gate Bridge, or you’ve come by Tour Bus from San Francisco or the Wine Country — We are delighted to have you visit our beautiful city!

It can get confusing with so many options and we want to make your experience here memorable. You may decide to bike in but ferry out, or perhaps you’ve taken the Ferry, but want to hop on a tour bus back to San Francisco.

We have many tools for you once you’re here, so please check them out before you arrive so you well prepared for the adventure!

Ferry Service to Sausalito

Golden Gate Ferry

Golden Gate Ferry weekday Sausalito service has resumed after being suspended while the Sausalito float was removed for required maintenance and repairs. The float maintenance work was performed during the COVID-19 pandemic while Golden Gate Ferry is carrying about 10% of its normal ridership. Sausalito ferry service will resume with reduced schedules due to decreased rider demand.

If you’re bringing your bicycle aboard, please consult here. Bicycles are permitted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Blue and Gold FleetThe Blue and Gold Fleet resumed service on in June 2021 to Fisherman’s Wharf/Pier 41. Explore the beauty of the San Francisco Bay on a Blue & Gold Fleet cruise! Tickets and reservations can be made online.

During Covid-19 Pandemic Sausalito ferry service was replaced with temporary Golden Gate Transit bus service on Route 96 for while the float repairs took place. Golden Gate Bus Route 96 will be discontinued with the resumption of ferry service to and from Sausalito.

 

 

Taxi’s & Private Car Service:

  • Sausalito Taxi — Taxi Service, Local and Long Distance. All Airports, SFO, OAK, SJO, STS (Santa Rosa)

Taking a “Bike” on the Golden Gate Ferry and Bus

Bikes, including electric bikes, are welcome aboard all Golden Gate Ferry (GGF) vessels with the understanding that customers may need to carry their bike up or down a flight of stairs to embark/disembark. Bikes are accepted on first-come, first-served basis, and all GGF high-speed catamarans can accommodate up to 30 bikes. For your convenience, bike racks are available at the Larkspur and San Francisco Ferry Terminals. Larkspur Ferry Terminal provides covered bicycle storage for 80 bikes within the paid waiting area. Bike racks and/or bike parking is available near the Sausalito and Tiburon ferry landings. Bikes must be walked on and off the boat. No riding inside the terminal area.Bikes, including electric bikes, are welcome aboard all Golden Gate Ferry (GGF) vessels with the understanding that customers may need to carry their bike up or down a flight of stairs to embark/disembark.

Bikes are accepted on first-come, first-served basis, and all GGF high-speed catamarans can accommodate up to 30 bikes.

For your convenience, bike racks are available at the Larkspur and San Francisco Ferry Terminals. Larkspur Ferry Terminal provides covered bicycle storage for 80 bikes within the paid waiting area. Bike racks and/or bike parking is available near the Sausalito and Tiburon ferry landings.

Bikes must be walked on and off the boat. No riding inside the terminal area.

Download the Golden Gate Transit “Bike to Transit Ferry” Brochure