Pier 41

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Pier 41
Ferry terminal
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Pier 41
Owned by Port of San Francisco
Connections San Francisco Bay Ferry
Golden Gate Ferry
San Francisco Municipal Railway
Construction
ParkingYes (via Pier 39)
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Services
Preceding station BSicon LOGO SFmuni.svg Muni Following station
Jefferson and Taylor E Embarcadero Stockton and The Embarcadero
One-way operation
F Market & Wharves
Location
Pier 41

Pier 41 is a ferry terminal on Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. The former headquarters of Blue & Gold Fleet, their box offices are now located at Pier 39. [1]

The Pier is located east of the Fisherman's Wharf district and to the west of Pier 39. The ferry terminal is close to North Beach, Chinatown, and the Embarcadero. The area is easily accessible via the historic F Market streetcars.

From Pier 41 you can see Angel Island, Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge and Pier 39.

There is service to the Oakland Ferry Terminal, Vallejo Station, the Sausalito Ferry Terminal, and the Ayala Cove Ferry Terminal on Angel Island.

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References

  1. "The San Francisco Piers ... by the Numbers". FogCitySecrets.com. Retrieved 2019-08-01.

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