Despite the endless variety of activities that San Francisco offers, it’s surprisingly easy to find yourself falling into a rut. Meeting at the same bar, ordering the same dish at the same restaurant, or defaulting to the same Friday night plans—it happens. We get it. But it doesn’t to be that way, and there’s no better method to break out of your rut than by dining and raising a glass aboard a stunning yacht as it cruises around our glorious SF Bay.
Buying your own yacht is a wee bit impractical, so we recommend reserving a spot on a Hornblower Supper Club Cruise. Each trip takes around three hours and cruises all around the bay. It’s a seriously luxe experience, and you’ll be the proud owner of a happy belly thanks to the fresh small-plate stations. Feeling a little down-home Americana? Try the roast beef carving station and the baked potato bar (mmm, bacon). Craving something a little different? The South American station with its fried plantains and chicken chimichurri is your answer. And if you really can’t give up your veggie chow mein for one night, visit the Asian station. We won’t judge.
And since no supper at sea is complete without a little libation, stop by the full bar before heading out to the dance floor. Local DJs spin throughout the cruise, so you’ll have every reason to bust out those latent dance moves you’ve been hiding. Don’t forget to pause for a moment and take it all in, from the twinkling Bay Lights to a peek behind Alcatraz to a sweeping view of our City by the Bay.
Climb aboard a Hornblower yacht and join the Supper Club Cruise for a night you, your friends, and your stomach will never forget.
Cruises leave Pier 3 on Friday and Saturday nights through the end of November. Tickets available at Hornblower.com.