How long is the ferry ride from Alameda to San Francisco?

The approximate crossing time between Alameda and the San Francisco Ferry Building is 20 minutes and 35 minutes when traveling through to Pier 41.

Does San Francisco have Ferries?

“San Francisco Bay Ferries“ is the name for WETA’s public ferries (which operate in cooperation with Blue and Gold Fleet). Golden Gate Ferry (run by the Golden Gate Bridge District), Alcatraz Cruises and Angel Island Ferry also run ferries, and Blue & Gold Fleet runs separate voyages under their own flag and logo.

How much is the ferry from Alameda to San Francisco?

Between Alameda or Oakland and San Francisco Ferry Building or Pier 41

Adult (cash fare) $7.20
Adult Clipper Card $5.40
Clipper START $3.60
Youth (5-18 years), Seniors (65+ yrs), Disabled1 $3.60

What is Alameda famous for?

On September 6, 1869, the Alameda Terminal made history; it was the site of the arrival of the first train via the First Transcontinental Railroad to reach the shores of San Francisco Bay, thus achieving the first coast to coast transcontinental railroad in North America.

Where are the ferry services from Balearia Island?

Balearia Ferry run ferry services between the Spanish ports of Barcelona and Denia and the Balearic Island ports of Ibiza, Formentera, Alcudia, Ciutadella, San Antonio and Palma as well as a fast ferry service from Tangier in Spain to Algeciras in Morocco.

Is there a ferry from Mallorca to Ibiza?

In a similar manner to Mallorcan ferry routes, Ibiza can be reached by sea from Barcelona, Denia and Valencia on the Spanish coast as well from the islands of Formentera and Mallorca.

Is there a ferry from Spain to Formentera?

The link to Denia is the only ferry connection with mainland Spain, but as there is a regular crossing between Formentera and Ibiza you have the operation of travelling from the mainland to Ibiza and then catching a connecting ferry to Formentera which takes less than 30 minutes.

What are the names of the Balearic Islands?

The four largest Balearic Islands are Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, and there are a number of ferry routes that link them to mainland Spain as well as to each other.