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Clear throughout the day.
Lat37° 52' 7.39''
Lon-122° 29' 15.18''
Sausalito is a charming waterfront community that lies across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. Because of its Mediterranean flair and breathtaking views, it is often compared to the French Riviera.
Today, you can stroll along the water and watch the sea lions cavort, rest in the central plaza and listen to the splashing fountain, soak up the ambiance in the many open air cafes, browse through the unique boutiques, and check out the marinas. You can visit the Bay Model Visitor Center, a 1.5-acre working model of the bay, Sausalitos famous houseboat community, or the Bay Area Discovery Museum, which contains interactive displays for kids of all ages. And there are many well groomed hiking and biking trails, as well as easy access to Muir Woods and Mountt Tam.
Sausalito is easily accessible by car or bus over the Golden Gate Bridge or by ferry from Fishermans Wharf or the Ferry Building on San Franciscos Embarcadero.
[i]Information Courtesy Sausalito Chamber of Commerce[/i]
Use NOAA Chart 18653.
Just south of Angel Island and Raccoon Strait, Sausalitos harbor is entered from the east. Flashing red 2 marks the start of the 22- to 25-foot-deep channel leading past Sausalito Point and toward the town waterfront. Past red daybeacon 8, the water quickly shoals to six- to eight-foot depths as you head farther northwest.