SF Giants Ferry Schedule Oakland
San Francisco Bay Ferry on Holiday ScheduleBy Sylvia Ramirez
Thu Jul 4th, 2013 11:47am America/Los_Angeles
The San Francisco Bay Ferry is operating on a special holiday schedule between Vallejo and San Francisco, and between Alameda Main Street, Oakland, and San Francisco on July 4th.
(KRON) – No service will be provided on Thursday between South San Francisco and the East Bay, or between Harbor Bay and San Francisco.
Unlike the first three days of the strike, San Francisco Bay Ferry will not add extra boats or extra routes during the 4th of July weekend.
On July 4there will be 8 departures carrying a total of 600 passengers per departure on the Alameda/Oakland/San Francisco route.
There will be 7 departures carrying a total of 300 passengers per departure on the Vallejo/San Francisco route.
Click here for information on the ferry schedule: San Francisco Bay Ferries
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Tomorrow, July 5, the regular weekday (not BART Strike) schedules will be in effect on all SF Bay Ferry routes.
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