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Charter a superyacht in San Francisco

San Francisco yacht charter

San Francisco Bay is so big that literally 40 percent of the rain that falls in California drains into it through various river systems.

Depending on the number of sub-bays you include, its size measures anywhere from 400 to 1,600 square miles, thus if the downtown pier area is all you’ve ever seen of the city, you are missing most of the action.

Those cruising into San Francisco Bay for the America’s Cup this summer are in for a treat and will visit a water-borne playground that extends from Bodega Bay and Point Reyes National Seashore to the Farallon Islands on the ‘outside’ to the state capital at Sacramento on the ‘inside’. A yacht is the perfect accommodation for visiting California’s wine country or the natural beauty of the Muir Woods, and Lake Tahoe is only a four-hour drive. Those not from California are likely unaware of the extensive waterways of the California Delta, an area completely unlike the often fog-bound San Francisco Bay and big city to the west.

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