“Sail across San Francisco Bay on the 72' scow schooner GAS LIGHT, a replica of the ships that sailed these waters in the 1850s. The shipping trade was alive and well in the mid-1800s, with ships carrying goods to various ports throughout the Bay area. Flat-bottomed scows were more adept in navigating the bay's shallow waters and a scow schooner was a familiar sight sailing the inland waterways. GAS LIGHT was built in the 1990 with a steel hull which harkens back to that original design and now includes all the creature comforts of the modern era. ”
Aboard since 2018
From San Francisco, CA
We had a great time on the Gas Light. Everything was very easy. The crew was friendly and helpful. The drinks were good. We brought our own food and I was a little worried there wouldn't be enough space to put it out but the cabin was roomier than it looked in the photos and there was more than enough space.