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Angel Island Tiburon Ferry receives Marin Magazine Editor's Choice Award

The 2013 Marin Magazine’s Editor’s Choice Award follows Captain Maggie McDonogh and the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry crew receiving The American Red Cross Life Saving Organization Hero Award, and Bank of Marin’s 2012 Business of the Year distinction. In addition, Captain Maggie McDonough was named 2012 Business Women of The Year by NorthBay Business Journal. Angel Island Tiburon Ferry has also been acknowledged as one of California’s “top 8 ferry trips” by Sunset Magazine, and a 1-Tank Day Trip by CBS 5.

“We appreciate Marin Magazine’s acknowledgement as one of Marin’s ‘local attractions,’ offers Maggie McDonogh, Captain of Angel Island Tiburon Ferry, “my dad, the late Milton McDonough started the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry Company back in 1959, and we have proudly been servicing the community with ferry service to Angel Island State Park ever since.”

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Treat Dad to a BBQ Picnic in Paradise with Angel Island Ferry

This Father’s Day – treat the special Dad in your life to a fun family picnic or BBQ on Angel Island State Park. Feast your eyes on the Bay Area’s best views from Angel Island State Park’s secluded beaches…to the Island’s summit – Mt. Livermore where you will experience top of the world views of the San Francisco city skyline and Bay Area bridges such as the Golden Gate, Oakland Bridge, and San Rafael Richmond Bridge.

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Getaway with a Sunset Cruise on SF Bay this weekend.

Angel Island Ferry’s famous Sunset Cruises run Friday and Saturday evenings out of Tiburon, CA at 6:30 PM – returning to the dock at 8:00 PM. Enjoy a truly unforgetable experience on San Francisco Bay California Style.

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Angel Island Offers Spectator Venue for America's Cup World Series.

WEEKEND TIBURON, CA FERRY SERVICE TO ANGEL ISLAND STATE PARK to Watch America’s Cup World Series run 10 am – 5 pm HOURLY!

The entire course of the 34th Annual America’s Cup World Series will be completely within San Francisco Bay, passing between Alcatraz Island and Angel Island State Park, bringing the oldest trophy in international sport back to the United for the first time in 18 years.
Where to Watch: Head to Angel Island State Park to take in unsurpassed views of the racing yachts along the south side of Angel Island.

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Book Your 2012 America's Cup Private Charter on SF Bay

Looking for a unique wedding venue? Plan your special day and say “I do” on the beautiful San Francisco Bay with Reverend/Captain Maggie McDonough and The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry.

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Watch Enviro-Sports 23rd Annual 12K & 25K on Angel Island 8/18/2012

Enviro-Sports 23rd Annual 12K & 25K on Angel Island – offers an amazing place to visit and take in the race. Be a part of the magic and witness runners of all ages show what their made of this Saturday on beautiful Angel Island State Park while participating in Enviro-sport’s …

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Latin Jazz Boat Party Set for August 18, 2012 in Tiburon, CA

Check out Nerio Degracia Mambo Jazztet performing live Saturday, August 18, 2012 on Angel Island Tiburon Ferry’s dockside boat party starting @ 8:30 pm.

Angel Island Ferry’s Jazz & Dancing on Angel Island Tiburon Ferry’s spectacular View Dock where you’ll take in the sights of the San Francisco Skyline, Angel Island, and the pristine San Francisco Bay as you enjoy the sounds of Jazz at its best.

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Captain Maggie McDonough receives North Bay Business Journal Women in Business 2012 Award

Angel Island Tiburon Ferry is pleased to announce Captain Maggie McDonogh received the Women in Business Award at the 2012 The North Bay Business Journal Awards Dinner on Thursday, June 28, 2012.

“This is a wonderful and unexpected honor,” offers McDonogh, adding “I would like to extend a heart felt ‘thank you’ to everyone who made this special acknowledgment possible.”

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