Sausalito Boat Cleaning, Yacht Maintenance and Yacht Management tips with Sausalito Marina Guide
While there are many ways to enjoy the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area, we at Seashine think there is truly nothing like being on the water. September is already here, and the heat wave has come on strong the past few weeks. And while the days are definitely warmer, the winds are just perfect to enjoy a morning or afternoon sail or cruise on the water! It’s still not too late in the season to have a nice sunset cruise after a long day at work, or enjoy plenty of light on your next weekend adventure. This truly is the best time of year to enjoy the beautiful San Francisco Bay boating scene. Don’t let another free day or weekend pass; get out on the water!
In this article we will explore a special Bay Area boating event, maintenance tip of the month, and fun day trip. In addition, for the next few articles articles we will add a section which will feature a city with waterfront attractions. In this article we will highlight Sausalito and a take a quick look at the area’s marinas and provide links for more information. And of course Seashine is always here to help with all your boat cleaning and yacht maintenance needs along the way! We provide top notch Bay Area and Sausalito boat detailing, Sausalito boat cleaning services, Sausalito yacht maintenance and yacht management services to most marinas throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and all Sausalito marinas including: Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Clipper Yacht Harbor, Cass Gidley Marina, Galilee Harbor, Kappas Marina, Marinship Yacht Harbor, and Schoomaker Marina. We also proudly serve marinas in Alameda, Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond, San Rafael, San Francisco, and marinas throughout the Peninsula.
Please send us over special events we have not featured in the article and as always we would love to see your fun pictures and share your adventures on the bay with our audience at Seashine.
Featured Sausalito Marinas part 2: (Sevices we provide)
Sausalito Yacht Harbor – (Sausalito Yacht Maintenance and boat cleaning services): The Sausalito Yacht Harbor is a nice marina marina located in the southernmost part of the town. The marina has 600 slips, and is located near beautiful downtown Sausalito. The marina offers members nice amenities and is just up from well known Spinnaker Restaurant and many other cafes and restaurants. The marina is one of the oldest in Sausalito but has been well kept over the years. For more information click this link here or call them directly at 415-332-5000
Clipper Yacht Harbor (Sausalito Yacht Maintenance and boat cleaning services): Great full service marina. Over 700 slips, with a perfect location for day sailing on the bay or setting out under the Golden Gate Bridge. Check out the website and rates at clipperyacht.com
Cass Rental Marina: The Gass Gidley Marina is currently under renovation. While the construction is anticipated to be complete by the end of 2015, they are accepting membership. Check out their website here for more information.
Marinship Yacht Harbor (Sausalito Yacht Maintenance and boat cleaning services): Located in Sausalito, Marinship Way, Sausalito, CA 94965, phone 415-332-9729. For more information, call them directly.
Pelican Yacht Harbor (Sausalito Yacht Maintenance and boat cleaning services) : 90 Slips in Sausalito. Just adjacent to Sausalito Yacht Harbor, features many classic wooden boats. No Guest slips available. Call them directly at 415-332-0723
Schoomaker Marina (Sausalito Yacht Maintenance and boat cleaning services): 161 Slips in Sausalito. Features state of the art floating dock system, individually metered slips, with great amenities for 35-70 foot boats and tie-ups available up to 220 feet. Click here to visit their website for more information.
Richardson Bay Marina (Sausalito Yacht Maintenance and boat cleaning services): 220 Slips in Sausalito. For more information: bluewateryachtharbor.com
For a complete list of marinas in the Sausalito area, check out the city’s website: City of Sausalito
Quote of the month:
The wind and waves are always on the side of the ablest navigator! By Edmond Gibbon
September Featured Event:
September 19th there are two fun events we think are worth checking out. Their is a swap meet at Coyote Point Yacht Club in San Mateo. The event will take place from 8AM-2PM, and is a great opportunity to buy, sell and trade all your boat gear and needs. For more information, call Andy at 650-826-1893.
In the afternoon, the annual Delta Blues festival kicks off in full steam. It is a free event that starts at noon and located right on the river in Antioch. Featuring a great line-up of bands and huge spread of food, crafts and fun for the whole family. For more information check out their website FAQ page at deltabluesfestival.net.
Adventure of the Month: Half day trip to the Giants Game
Leaving Sausalito Yacht Harbor, head up Racoon Strait. As you head up the North side of the Island, and keep your eyes out for the growing seal population and occasional shark cruising through. Head South around the island and get the sails set for this portion of the ride, as the wind picks up quickly as you enter the “slot”. Depending on the wind, head toward the Bay Bridge on the east or west side of the island. If winds and traffic on the water is high, head on the East side of Treasure Island and under the Bay Bridge. Enjoy the views of the Oakland port in action, and the complete reconstruction of the Eastern Span of the bay bridge. Tack once more and make a direct shot over to the ballpark, and get a nice anchor spot in McCovey Cove. Don’t forget your kayaks and dinghy to catch the next splash hit! Enjoy a fun day in the sun! Dock at many restaurants in the area for after game fun too. Don’t forget to send us your pictures and day trips on the Bay. We would love to feature them on our website.