01-30-2019 02:41 AM - edited 01-30-2019 02:47 AM
One of the many memorable, fun things to do in San Francisco is to go sailing on a sailboat in the San Francisco Bay. There is nothing like it! Gliding across The Bay with fresh wind blowing through your hair, you can see the iconic Golden Gate Bridge with the Pacific Ocean at a distance, Alcatraz Island, and the San Francisco skyline, including Pier 39.
Starting with a group lunch of eating Boudin Bakery's famous clam chowder sourdough bread bowls, then walking over to Pier 39 to catch our private charter sailboat, we had so much fun that I wanted to set up this Sailing Tour meetup again as soon I received my Connect Live 2018 invitation.
I wanted to pick the same day and same 90-minute Sail Tour with the same Sailing Tour company - The San Francisco Sailing Company - for the Friday, October 19th, 2018 2 pm Tour with the same 36 passengers sailboat, the Santa Maria, because the 2017 meetup was so much fun.
This shared 650+ Google Photos album consists of photos, 360s, and videos from some of the 36 Connect Live 2018 Local Guides attendees who paid for their Sail the SF Bay tickets to attend my 2nd Annual "Powered by us, Local Guides" meetup. The images you see in here are from their individual viewpoints of that beautiful, sunny October afternoon.
To give you a feel of what it was like to go sailing with us in the San Francisco Bay, I created a YouTube video with a curated compilation of meetup photos and video clips (NOTE: There is music!) from our shared Google Photos album:
Want to have your own Sailing the San Francisco Bay afternoon? Please read my Local Guides reviews:
I will be setting up the 3rd Annual "Sailing the San Francisco Bay" Local Guides Meetup again in 2019