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  1. San Francisco

    Leaving San Francisco on the Vallejo ferry.
  2. San Francisco fireboats

    San Francisco fireboats berthed behind the firehouse on the Embarcadero. The larger one is S.F. fireboat Guardian #2. (Sorry I couldn't get a clear shot of the boats but I wasn't on the water.)
  3. SONANGOL GIRASSOL

    The SONANGOL GIRASSOL docked at the Richmond CA long wharf IMO number 9180114 Name of the ship SONANGOL GIRASSOL Type of ship CRUDE OIL TANKER MMSI 309282000 Gross tonnage 81230 tons DWT 159057 tons Year of build 2000 Builder DAEWOO SHIPBUILDING & MARINE ENGINEERING -...
  4. coffee by the Bay

    The Java House is one of the few small cafes that once were common when San Francisco was a real seaport. (This is NOT Red's Java House which is still in business a little way up the Embarcadero.) This cafe has bayside dining, Red's has low prices.
  5. Richmond-San Rafael Bridge

    The two tankers are docked at the Richmond Long Wharf which serves oil refineries.
  6. towboat, S.F.Bay

    Used for pushing barges in bay and Delta waters.
  7. Port of San Francisco Ferry Building

    The Ferry Building in the old Port of San Francisco, as seen from the bow of the Bay ferry arriving from Larkspur.
  8. Sonoma

    The Sonoma, a Bay ferry, on her last run of the day from Sausalito to San Francisco.
  9. Sam's, Tiburon

    The deck at the venerable Sam's Anchor Cafe where you can battle the seagulls for your lunch.
  10. San Francisco

    The Ferry Building and downtown on a Winter afternoon.
  11. Sausalito

    It's the annual Sausalito Art Festival which takes place next to the Army Corps of Engineers' Bay Model building. For more on the Bay Model go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Army_Corps_of_Engineers_Bay_Model
  12. tug Alert

    The tug Alert berthed along with some of the more utilitarian vessels along the Sausalito waterfront.
  13. vintage cruiser

    A nicely maintained/restored cruiser (1920's?) slips through the water on Richardson Bay.
  14. Ronin

    The afterdeck of Larry Ellison's Ronin. I wonder who fetches the ball when it goes overboard?
  15. Ronin

    Larry Ellison's yacht Ronin at it's berth in Sausalito, Calif. in 2003. Designed by Norman Foster and built in 1993 by Luerssen as the Izanami. Length: 58.5 m/ 191'11''
  16. tugs Amador and Sea Lark

    Two retired tugs in Sausalito, the Amador (forward) and Sea Lark (aft). The Amador was built as a river tug in Broderick (West Sacramento) in 1952. The Sea Lark was built in 1944 as the Army tug, LT 391, and renamed the Sea Lark when she was acquired by Red Stack Towing in 1946.
  17. San Francisco

    The MOL Promise passes under the Bay Bridge after sailing from Oakland and heads for the Golden Gate and open sea. Gross tonnage: 71,902 tons Summer DWT: 73,063 tons Length: 293 m Beam: 40 m Draught: 11.3 m Build year: 2002 Builder: Koyo Dockyard - Mihara, Japan Owner: Shoei Kisen -...
  18. Pacific Responder

    Name: Pacific Responder Owner: Marine Spill Response Corp., Herndon, Virginia Port of registry: United States, Norfolk, Virginia Builder: VT Halter Marine, Inc. (formerly Moss Point Marine, Inc., Escatawpa, Mississippi Acquired: 01 January 1993 IMO number: 9043885 Class & type: ABS A1, Oil...
  19. Pacific Responder

    Name: Pacific Responder Owner: Marine Spill Response Corp., Herndon, Virginia Port of registry: United States, Norfolk, Virginia Builder: VT Halter Marine, Inc. (formerly Moss Point Marine, Inc., Escatawpa, Mississippi Acquired: 01 January 1993 IMO number: 9043885 Class & type: ABS A1, Oil...
  20. San Francisco Bay

    San Francisco Bay
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