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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
It's San Francisco Bay so bring layers, you never know how nice it can be.
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Goldstar Member
Easy parking in gargae nearby.
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MaryMusic
Come early enough to see the 15-minute video.
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MaryMusic
Eat a hearty breakfast. For a quick meal afterwards, Subway is good.
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Goldstar Member
The food and service are wonderful at Bocanova in Jack London Square.
info Jul 16 2012 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Parking lots are different prices. The one near the entrance of JLG is $8 all day (best).
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57 events
31 reviews
17 stars
attended Sep 06 2012

The Potomac is lovingly restored and sails with a crew and several docents, all of whom are very friendly, well informed in their talks, and ready and able to answer... continued

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Nigel
103 events
27 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 11 2012

Fantastic event! Awesome views, excellent narration and commentary from the guide, good coffee, friendly docents, oh and of course you get to cruise on an historic PRESIDENTIAL YACHT!

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24 events
19 reviews
4 stars
attended Jun 09 2012

A delightful cruise on the bay, enhanced by the perfect weather we had. The narration, sometimes difficult to hear, included some interesting points about the ship and... continued

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Website

http://www.usspotomac.org/events/history.php

Description

Please bring a jacket and wear flat, comfortable shoes.

There is a 15-minute video about the history of the ship that begins one hour prior to departure in the Visitor’s Center.

About the Ticket Supplier: Potomac Association

The Potomac Association is committed to preserving the legacy of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt through education for students and adults.