Sausalito Ferry To Fisherman’s Wharf (Pier 41 / Pier 39)
This ferry is run by Blue and Gold Fleet, a private company that offers a variety of ferry and tour routes on San Francisco Bay. The Sausalito Ferry Schedule for the Blue and Gold Fleet service linking Sausalito to Fisherman’s Wharf (Pier 41, next to Pier 39) in San Francisco is very different from that of the Golden Gate Ferry. We have the current Sausalito Ferry Ticket Prices.
You can buy tickets online for the Blue and Gold ferry here. Credit cards are accepted. Blue and Gold Ferry allows you to make bike reservations in advance online.
Blue and Gold San Francisco ferry tickets are sold “at the door” as you enter the ferry on the Sausalito side, and at the Pier 39 terminal at Fisherman’s Wharf on the San Francisco side (next to Pier 41). Clipper Cards are not accepted on the Sausalito route, though some other private ferries linking San Francisco to other areas do accept them. The video above shows a Blue and Gold Fleet voyage from Sausalito to San Francisco.
Insiders Tip: Some trips from Fisherman’s Wharf on Blue and Gold Fleet (not Golden Gate Ferry) are scheduled as taking longer than others because they stop in Tiburon and/or Angel Island on their way to Sausalito. We identify these trips on our Sausalito Ferry Schedules. It’s a beautiful variation on the voyage, but takes a few minutes of extra time.
Insiders Tip: Tiburon commuter service by Blue & Gold has now been taken over by Golden Gate Ferry, but weekend sailings remain with Blue and Gold.
Above: The Fisherman’s Wharf terminal for the Blue and Gold Fleet Ferries at Pier 41 in San Francisco.
Click here for more about the other route from Sausalito, the Golden Gate Ferry service to The Ferry Building in San Francisco