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1st 100 Dads on Father’s Day receive Whale Watching Cruise for 2

Angel Island - Tiburon Ferry's 60th Anniversary logo

Angel Island Ferry’s 60th Anniversary Father’s Day Whale Watching Cruise Giveaway Event

Whale Watching with Angel Island Ferry

Check out Angel Island Ferry’s amazing 60th Anniversary Father’s Day Bay Cruise Giveaway Event:

The 1st 100 Dads on board Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16, 2019 for a visit to Angel Island will receive a Gift Certificate for a Whale Watching & Wildlife Tour Cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge for two people to enjoy during Angel Island Ferry’s 2019 60th Anniversary Bay Cruise Season.

($120.00 Value! Not redeemable for cash, not replaceable if lost or stolen; blackout dates may apply.)

Angel Island Ferry invites you on board for Whale Watching on San Francisco Bay.

Angel Island Ferry Whale Watching & Wildlife Tour Cruises take place on Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m, beginning June 15, 2019, and run through Sept. 28, 2019.

During this 3-hour Bay Cruise you’ll learn interesting facts and insights about whales frequenting our waters, while taking in iconic sights of San Francisco Bay.

Angel Island Ferry

Father’s Day fun on Angel Island can include:

  • Hiking Trails for all levels

  • Biking – Bring your own bikes on board for just $1.00 round-trip, rent bikes in downtown Tiburon, California, at Demosport or on Angel Island)

  • Angel Island’s white, sandy million dollar view beaches

  • Complimentary charcoal BBQ’s (BYO charcoal)

  • Scenic Picnic Areas

  • Historic Tram Tours

  • Segue Tours

  • Fishing, Camping…and much more!

 Angel Island Tiburon Ferry offers the most non-stop, direct ferries to Angel Island State Park from our Tiburon, California, Main Street dock.


Adults (13-64) $60.00

Children (6-12)/Seniors (65+) $45.00.

No children under the age of 6 are allowed on this cruise.

Please call (415) 435-2131 or email us at: [email protected] for further information.

Enjoy our Whale Sighting Commitment:

While we see whales during whale watching season, we can’t guarantee we’ll see whales at any given time.  So if you don’t see a whale during an Angel Island Ferry Whale Watching Cruise take another Whale Watching Cruise on us this season.

U.S. Navy Blue Angels photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Michael C. Barton

View all of Angel Island – Tiburon Ferry Bay Cruises including Sunset Cruises, Blue Angels Air Show Cruises and 4th of July Fireworks Cruise. 

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