SF FLEET WEEK CRUISE
Saturday, October 10, 2015 Boarding 8am, Sailing 9am to 5pm
Calling all passengers! Fleet Week will be setting off car alarms in the City by the Bay yet again!
We'll take a grand tour under the Golden Gate Bridge and back around Alcatraz, under the new span of the Bay Bridge to sail by the visiting Navy ships at their respective harbors.
We'll then take our position for the Air Show, where you'll get a front row seat for the spectacular performances put on by this year's participants.
Air Show 12:30pm to 4:00pm
The Air Show kicks off at 12:30pm and features aerial performances by Sean D. Tucker and Team Oracle, Lucas Oil Air Shows, United Airlines 747, The Patriots Jet Team, the US Navy Leap Frogs and more. The US Navy Blue Angels performance runs from 3:00 to 4:00pm.
Food & Beverage
Complimentary continental breakfast and coffee is available once on board. A variety of glazed, raised, old fashioned, twists and bars provided by Tommy's Donuts.
You'll have an easy time traversing the ship deck with a delicious hot dog lunch in your hand, provided by Annie's Hot Dogs. You'll have a choice of all-beef, spicy, or tofurkey franks. Keep it simple with ketchup or mustard, kick it up a notch with some sauerkraut, or try something new with Annie's signature spicy red onion sauce.
Guests are welcome to bring their own lunches.
Water, soft drinks, beer and wine is complimentary. Please drink responsibly!
When & Where
SS JEREMIAH O'BRIEN
Launched on June 19, 1943, the SS Jeremiah O'Brien is distinguished as being America's last unaltered Liberty Ship. A 441-foot veteran of the Normandy invasion, fully restored and maintained in her original condition, she is as functional today as when she served as a key component of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Bridge of Ships" in WWII. The ship is a National Historic Landmark. She and her triple expansion reciprocating steam engine are a National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark.