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Tuesday VALENTINE's DAY 2017 Sunset Champagne Sail on San Francisco Bay
4:30 PM - 11:59 PM Pier 40
Date: February 14, 2017 to February 14, 2017
Where: Pier 40, 89 King St, San Francisco, California, United States, 94107
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Valentine's Day 2017 is for everyone!So say Be my Valentine! with this perfect Valentine's gift.  Surprise someone with a romantic cruise on San Francisco Bay aboard the Derek M. Baylis. Watch the sun set around the hilly city while you glide between the islands and under the Golden Gate Bridge on this awesome twilight sail.  Then enjoy the city lights on the return trip. There is a large cabin and blankets for those who chill.Write a personal message on an assortment of surprise gifts that we will have on board, and enjoy jummy hors d'oeuvres and unlimited soft drinks and water  ......... all included for free!  Beer and white wine also included - 2 per person - but more are for sale.   We will be serving Champagne for that romantic sunset toast, so plan to make memories this Valentine's Day, and enjoy the personal attention of our crew. Place of departure: Pier 40, San Francisco, CAPick up time 4.30 PM Drop off time 7-7:30 PM Includes * an assortment of non - alcoholic drinks and water* an assortment of beer, white wine and champagne for those over 21* delicious hors d'oeuvres* easy-listening music Recommended Clothing*non-skid comfortable shoes (no high-heels)* warm jacket. Dress in layers  The Derek M. BaylisThe Derek M. Baylis is one of only two 65 foot Wyliecat ketches in the world and built as a marine research vessel. She's a fast, fun and exciting vessel to be aboard for events of all types on the San Francisco Bay. Her mission is to provide an off shore marine research platform for the collection of valuable data about the oceans that the life that she supports. She also provides an educational venue for learning about the challenges facing the oceans for future generations. We plan educational trips for local schools and youth organizations, and the public charter program helps to pay for this. She has been an important vehicle for tagging great white sharks off the Farallon Islands, whale research up and down the California coast and
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