Sausalito

One of the San Francisco bay area's largest maritime communities, Sausalito occupies the southwest shore of Richardson Bay. Its facilities for boaters include nearly a dozen marinas and several boatyards.

Waterfront Homes in Sausalito

Sausalito has only a few true waterfront, land-based homes, but there are hundreds of houseboats. Sausalito's houseboats are perhaps the quintessential waterfront homes on San Francisco. With roots going back to just after World War II, the …  Read more

Visiting Sausalito

By Land From San Francisco, cross the Golden Gate bridge and exit at Alexander Avenue at the end of the bridge. Follow Alexander Ave. as it turns into Bridgeway and travels through Sausalito. From the north, take the Sausalito exit, turn …  Read more

Sailing Directions for Sausalito

The entrance to the Sausalito channel is marked by the Spinnaker restaurant to port, and a red daymark to starboard. Once past the restaurant, observe the 5 kph speed limit. The Spinnaker restaurant does not have a sign visible from the water but it is …  Read more

Sausalito History

Sausalito's Founding Sausalito has a rich history. It was occupied for centuries by native Americans, as a choice location full of wildlife. In 1822, an English sailor named William Richardson arrived in San Francisco and decided to stay. Living …  Read more

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Maritime Museums (4)

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