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Pier 43 ½, Fisherman’s Wharf
Pier 43 ½ is located at the intersections of Taylor Street and Embarcadero in the heart of historic Fisherman’s Wharf, right behind the famous Fisherman’s Wharf Crab Wheel and next to such well-known restaurants as Alioto’s, the Franciscan, and Boudin.

Pier 43 ½ is the departure point for all of Red and White Fleet’s® public cruises, including the Golden Gate Bay Cruise®, Bridge 2 Bridge Cruise®, California Sunset Cruise® and also the California Twilight Cruise®. Seasonal tours, such as the Fourth of July Fireworks Cruise and Fleet Week Airshow Cruises depart from Pier 43 ½ as well.

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BY CAR

The Red and White Fleet® is located on Pier 43½ on the intersection of Taylor Street and Embarcadero in the heart of Historic Fisherman’s Wharf. For driving directions, we recommend that you use Google Maps.

Traffic in San Francisco can be stop and go, particularly during rush hour, baseball games, and the busy summer months. So please be sure to allow for extra time to make it to Fisherman’s Wharf, as we are unable to hold our cruise departures.

PARKING VALIDATION

Red and White Fleet® can offer one hour of parking validation for cars entering the Triangle Parking lot (located across the street from Pier 43 1/2 cornered by Jefferson, Taylor Street and Little Embarcadero). Validation can be offered to cars that enter the lot between 10am and before the final public cruise of the day departs. Sorry, we can’t validate if you entered the lot before 10am. No parking validation offered during Fleet Week weekend and July 4th due to traffic and street closures along Fisherman’s Wharf. To receive your parking validation, you will need to have your parking ticket stamped by our ticketing team prior to boarding our cruise vessel.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

The Bay & Taylor Street Cable Car Terminus is located within 4 blocks of Pier 43½ and the MUNI F-Line streetcar is only one block away. For specific route information, please contact the San Francisco Municipal Railway.

For all transit questions, including traffic information, public transportation schedules, directions, and routes, call the Bay Area Travel Guide at 511 or visit www.511.org.

BART: www.bart.gov | (415) 989-2278

Take BART to the Embarcadero Station. Go upstairs and cross the street to the Ferry Building. In front of the Ferry Building, take the MUNI F Line Street Car to Fisherman’s Wharf Pier 43 ½.This stop is right by the famous Fisherman’s Wharf Crab Wheel sign, and only one block from Pier 43 ½.

MUNI: www.sfmuni.com | (415) 673-6864

Pier 43 ½ Fisherman’s Wharf is easily accessible from all points in San Francisco via public transportation. The closest MUNI stop to Pier 43 ½ is serviced by the historic F-Line street cars. This stop is right by the famous Fisherman’s Wharf Crab Wheel sign, and only one block from Pier 43 ½.

Alternatively, the Bay & Taylor Street Cable Car Terminus is located within four blocks of Pier 43 ½. This is a great route for those staying at Union Square and wanting to visit Fisherman’s Wharf.

ARRIVAL BY AMTRAK

www.amtrak.com | (800) 872-7245

Passengers destined for San Francisco connect to a Thruway Motorcoach at Emeryville. Amtrak Thruway service connects all trains to various stops in San Francisco. Amtrak Thruway Service stops at Pier 39, for those bound for Fisherman’s Wharf and the Pier 39 area. Red and White Fleet’s® Pier 43 ½ is located 5 walking minutes west of Pier 39.”