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Harbor King

Perfect for smaller groups of up to 60 guests for a buffet cruise, the Harbor King offers plenty of classic charm.

The smallest and most historic of Red and White’sSM boats, the Harbor King has been featured in classic films like the “Birdman of Alcatraz.” Originally used as cargo vessel for making deliveries to Alcatraz when it still functioned as a prison, the Harbor King was remodeled into a sightseeing vessels many decades ago.

Today, it is a charming vessel due to its art deco style interiors and a good choice for groups of up to 60 guests for buffet cruises, 100 for receptions and up to 150 for sightseeing. The lower deck is completely enclosed and features large windows all around with tables and upholstered bench seating. The second deck largely consists of an exterior deck that wraps around the entire perimeter of the vessel. Restrooms and the café are located on the main interior deck.

Harbor King Photos

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Harbor King Capacity/Statistics

Capacity – Sightseeing 150
Capacity – Reception 100
Capacity – Seated Buffet 60
Main Deck indoor only (sqft) 1049
2nd Deck indoor (sqft) 188
2nd Deck Exterior (sqft) 1177
# of Restrooms 4 Private singles, multiple stalls in M and F
Bar on Main Deck Yes
Bar on 2nd Deck No
Location Built Stockton, CA
Year of last Refurbishment 2006
Year Built 1958
Vessel Length, Overall (in feet) 62
Vessel Width (in feet) 28
Total Horsepower 470 bhp
Main Engine Manufacture Caterpillar
Power Outlets (Voltage) 115 VAC



Harbor King Floor Plan