117 The Privateer Tips
The weather was sunny. I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
Take motion sickness meds if prone to motion sickness. Fellow sailor got ill. We took pills right before leaving and wee fine the whole time!
The weather was Windy and chilly!!. I wore Jacket, beanie, gloves and closed shoes!.
The weather was about 70 degrees, sunny.. I wore a sweater, TOM's, and jeans..
The weather was sunny and sindy. I wore a warm hooded jacket and sweater and sneakers..
The weather was Even if sunny and ok on the shore dress WARM. I wore Shirt and jacket with jeans.
Avoid the queues for the cable car and take the F line tram which goes from Castro all the way down Market and them along Embarcadero to Pier 39. Same in reverse. $2.25 each way. Have exact fare ready.
I tipped $5 total for two white wines. It was cheap wine out of paper cups after all. (It's obviously a safety thing).
The weather was Warm and sunny but you will still need at the very least a warm fleece and a sweater. . I wore Fleece and long sleeved thin merino wool sweater. Cap. Shorts and sunglasses. .
The weather was sunny and windy. I wore heavy coat. Expect serious wind.
The weather was warm this day. I wore a sweater because of the breeze.
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The weather was Sunny and windy. I wore jeans, a sweater, and boat shoes.
90-Minute Sailing Tour
The weather was sometimes mornings are foggy and windy, bring a warm jacket- usually clears up half way through the trip in the summer months.. I wore slacks, t-shirts with heavy sweatshirts.
After the sail, if you enjoy the tourist scene Pier 39 offers many, although mediocre food choices. You're better off walking a few blocks or taking a cab to North Beach-Cafe Sport is amazing as are many local restaurants.
Parking at Pier 39 lot for the trip is about $27- $9 per hour. There is parking further away for less but this is so convenient.
The weather was very windy on the choppy waters. I wore a tee shirt, a sweatshirt a jacket and a scarf. I would also recommend you wear/take gloves. Also this is not a place to try and be high heel friendly. You are on a boat, the choppy seas, wear comfortable sneakers or riding boots as I did. Waterproof and kept my feet warm. They did have extra blankets aboard in the event you needed it.