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Overcast throughout the day.
Lat37° 48' 50.99''
Lon-122° 22' 11.71''
Treasure Island is one of two bridge-linked islands in San Francisco Bay (the other is Yerba Buena, which the Oakland/Bay Bridge crosses over physically). Treasure Island is a man-made extension of Yerba Buena and has been home to an airport (this is where the famous Pan Am Clippers departed from), and is now a Naval Station. Most all of both islands are restricted and there are no places to tie off.
This is a busy area of Naval, commercial and heavy freight traffic. This in conjunction with the Bay Bridge makes it a challenging area to navigate. Keep a close watch, follow your marks, mind restricted areas, and you should be fine.