Surround Yourself In Sophisticated Elegance on San Francisco Bay! Enjoy a Hornblower Cruise!

Looking for something to do that hasn’t already been done in San Francisco? Every one rides a trolley or goes to look at the Golden Gate Bridge on land, but not everyone knows about the local Hornblower dining yacht cruises. You can take your pick of the meal—champagne brunch, dinner, or supper, and you won’t be disappointed! This cruise will fit into your action-packed San Francisco vacation itinerary because there is a cruise available every day of the week!

Come aboard dressed for sophisticated elegance and enjoy the fine dining of a 5-star restaurant. The chefs on board the yachts won’t let you down!

During the dinner cruise, it won’t just be the stars dancing on the water. You and your partner can do it too! The dinner cruise typically lasts about 2 ½ to 3 hours and gives you ample time to enjoy the delicacies and the dancing.

The delicious four course meal is served while live entertainers perform. After dinner, take a trip around the dance floor. You will be treated to views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Lights after dark, and exquisite evening views of San Francisco Bay that can’t be seen anywhere else. Theme events include Thanksgiving meal cruise with a seated meal and a buffet, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day holiday cruises, and Belle of the Ball Holiday Cruise on December 6th and 13th. You can ring in the New Year on a yacht cruise as well. It will definitely make a New Year’s memory to remember.

If you are looking ahead to Valentine’s Day, a yacht cruise in San Francisco Bay would thrill your sweetheart! There are two opportunities for a dinner cruise on February 13 and February 14, 2015.

You will board on Pier 3 at Washington Street. Reservations are highly recommended because the Hornblower cruises are gaining a reputation as the perfect place to celebrate or spend a romantic night on the water. Birthdays, anniversaries, or parties with 20 or more of your best friends and family can be hosted here.

And, if you are planning a wedding and looking for a unique venue, a yacht cruise is an option for you to consider. The intimate setting surrounded by the gorgeous views of San Francisco Bay will make your wedding even more spectacular than you ever dreamed possible.


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