Tideline’s open house reveals a new way to see bay

Tideline’s open house reveals a new way to see bay

By Zach Chouteau

When it comes to open houses that are a bit out of the ordinary, it’s hard to top what The Rich Life recently experienced on the waters of the San Francisco Bay.

Hosted by Tideline, a recently launched private ferry service based in Sausalito, the April 28 function began at the Richmond docks on South Marina Way Blvd. and zipped a few dozen event-goers across the bay to San Francisco’s Pier 1.5 and back.

The exhilarating jaunt aboard The Osprey took about 40 minutes each way and provided some fresh perspectives on Point Richmond and other vistas and landmarks in the bay.

We also had the chance to speak with Tideline’s President, Nathan Nayman, who shared his take on Tideline’s various offerings, which include commuter trips out of the Richmond waterfront and more. To find out more, visit www.tidelinetickets.com. “

Also, check out my report from last month about Tideline’s services, which include trips to Giants games.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here