Plan a Perfect Father’s Day Celebration in San Francisco

If we are going to make a list of fun things to do in San Francisco, the list can just go on and on. But today, let’s focus on what’s the perfect thing to do on Father’s Day ūüôā

This year Father’s Day falls on June 21st, and it’s never too early to plan. After researching events and activities you can do in the Bay Area we came up with an ultimate activity that will be great for every father – CRUISE.

2-hour Golden Gate Bridge Champagne Tour

A gift that takes the stress away. Get Dad to hop on this 2-hour cruise with mom, or the whole family. Sail under the Golden Gate Bridge while enjoying¬†Champagne, Mimosas, Beer,¬†or Wine. In this cruise you will get to see¬†the¬†San Francisco’s Fisherman Wharf, Aquatic Park, Fort Mason, the Marina District, Crissy Field, Fort Point,¬†City front, Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, Angel Island, Alcatraz, Oakland and the Bay Bridge – definitely magnificent views!

This cruise promises a great weekend¬†with¬†the smoothest and often warmest sail of the day. Get out before the cool wind kicks up and while the morning water is still flat. The peace and serenity of this sail will stay with you throughout the entire day¬†making this the perfect Father’s Day activity.

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Sunset Sail with Beer and Wine

If dad is not a morning person, sunset sail is perfect for him. Enjoy the panoramic view of the city with an ice cold beer. In this cruise your dad will see the lights of the financial district and the Ferry building reflecting off the calm evening waters. You will also pass by the Bay Bridge and continue on to McCovey Cove and AT&T park.

The city light will¬†sure add a romantic ambiance to mom and dad and they will surely have the most¬†unforgetable father’s day celebration.

Learn more here.

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