Blue & Gold Fleet
The company's vessels serve the following communities:
Blue & Gold Fleet also offers several land-based tours to the following locations:
The Alameda / Oakland Ferry is operated by Blue & Gold Fleet. The company's vessels used to service Alcatraz however that service is no longer operated. Blue & Gold Fleet is the largest ferry and land tour transportation provider. The Blue & Gold Fleet transports approximately 2 and a half million passengers annually.
The company includes the following affiliations:
- PIER 39
- open-air festival marketplace, which hosts 110 specialty retail shops
- 14 bay view restaurants
- 5-acre waterfront park
- 300 berth marina
- sea lions 
- 1979- The Blue & Gold Fleet is a provider of services that revolve around ferry and water excursion. It began on San Francisco's historic waterfront. It started with only three passenger vessels that allowed individuals to cruise from Pier 39's West Marina.
- 1991- The company broadened when it included the Alameda/Oakland commuter ferry service.
- 1994 - The Blue & Gold Fleet acquired the commuter ferry service between San Francisco and Vallejo with a contract with the City of Vallejo.
- 1997- The Blue & Gold Fleet acquired most of Crowley Maritime’s Red & White Fleet.
- 2011- The Blue & Gold Fleet was chosen to operate the San Francisco Bay Ferry System by the Water Emergency Transportation Authority.
- Alameda Ferry Terminal Gateway Center located at 2991 Main Street in Alameda
- Clay Street Ferry Terminal (Jack London Square), Oakland
- Right outside the Ferry Building in San Francisco
- Bay Cruises leave from Pier 39, including "RocketBoat", a jetboat tour of the Bay.
- On Market & Embarcadero Streets outside Pier 41 near Fisherman's Wharf
- On Marin Street & Quincy Alley in Vallejo at the Vallejo Ferry Terminal
- Bridgeway at Bay Street in Sausalito at the Sausalito Ferry Terminal
- South end of Tiburon Boulevard in Downtown Tiburon at the Tiburon Ferry Terminal
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