▪️ Maximum Capacity: 350
▪️ The above-listed price is estimated.
▪️ For full-service events your guest count, choice of yacht, menu, and bar selections will determine your cost per person.
▪️ Please contact here to discuss Food & Bar options.
▪️ Please contact here for quotes!
▪️ 50% of the total amount is required to reserve the date. In case reserving a date more than one month apart. The remaining 50% would be needed 21 days prior to the trip date.
Choose this beautiful yacht, the grande dame of our world-famous wine fleet for your wedding, corporate event, or school prom. Servicing 9 ports throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, we provide you with Event Everything, making your private cruise truly unique. Join us on one of our public cruises which boards at our home port in Alameda.
From entertaining clients to hosting a company outing, holding a business meeting to new product introductions, and more. For a comparable price, give your group more than just a boat, give them a luxury yacht with fine dining, live entertainment, impeccable service, and stunning skyline views while cruising. Any event you can do in a standard event space, you can do on a Luxury Yacht while experiencing the Bay.
▪️ It is the perfect venue for:
- Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
- Retirement Celebrations
- Family Reunions
- Dinner Cruises
- Booze Cruises
- Senior Outings
- Religious Groups
- Album Release Party
- Dance Party
- Corporate Events
- Any Special Occasion!
▪️ Prominent Features:
- 124 feet long
- 4 Decks plus a stateroom
- 1st Deck – Lounge and galley
- 2nd Deck – Dining for 220 maximum seated and outdoor space
- 3rd Deck – Large dance floor, bar, additional seating, and outdoor space
- 4th Deck – Large open-air sky deck and bar
- Complimentary black and white chair covers and table linens
We sail year-round and we do not hold a date without a deposit. In some cases, we book cruises two years in advance.
The route taken depends on which port we depart from, cruise time, and conditions on the Bay. Typically we visit all the central bay landmarks: from McCovey Cove under the Bay Bridge to the San Francisco Ferry Building, then cruising along the Embarcadero to view the sea lions, past Fisherman’s Wharf, out to the Golden Gate Bridge, around Alcatraz, and along Treasure Island.