Passenger Update for August 26, 2020

Hello. We hope that everyone is remaining safe. For those who have been riding San Francisco Bay Ferry, we thank you for helping us protect the health and safety of passengers and crew members. For those who have returned to work but are not riding the ferry, we'd like to welcome you back on board. For those who continue to work from home, we look forward to seeing you if your commute resumes.

We wanted to share a few notes and reminders.

Labor Day
There will be no ferry service on Labor Day, September 7.

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Winter Newsletter: Local Dry Docks in Action, Richmond Weekend Ridership & More

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Work in Harbor Bay and Live in South S.F.? Try Our Pilot Ferry Service

South San Francisco to Harbor Bay ferry

San Francisco Bay Ferry is now offering a pilot service connecting South San Francisco to Harbor Bay.

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WETA Welcomes Another New 445-Passenger Ferry

Vela of the San Francisco Bay Ferry fleet

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Chase Center Ferry Schedule Change

San Francisco Bay Ferry has made a change to ferry service after events and games at Chase Center.

Beginning with the Golden State Warriors game on Monday, November 11, the ferry to Alameda and Oakland will depart Pier 48 near Chase Center 30 minutes after the final buzzer or the end of concert events. The ferry will leave no later than 11:45 p.m. in all cases.

This change was made thanks to passenger feedback.

There are no changes for westbound ferry service to Chase Center before games and events.

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Summer 2019 Newsletter: Richmond Weekend Service, Vallejo Relief and More

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Take the Ferry to Giants Games in 2019

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Tickets to ride ferries to and from Oracle Park to see the San Francisco Giants in action are now on sale.

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SolTrans Offers Late Evening Bus From Ferry Building to Vallejo

SolTrans Route 82 ad


Vallejo ferry riders who miss the last boat or wish to remain in San Francisco late on weekdays have a great option to get back home that's now even more convenient.

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