CALIFORNIA LIVING® with host Aprilanne Hurley spotlights “Angel Island Tiburon Ferry” Sunset Cruises on San Francisco Bay as a top “Bay Area getaway” because Hurley says once you get onboard one you’ll agree – “living in California doesn’t get much better than this.”
Imagine, you and your special someone or a fun group of friends aboard a spacious vessel enjoying a nice bottle of wine and a picnic dinner while taking in the magical sights of the majestic San Francisco Bay. Yes, you truly live in paradise.
CALIFORNIA LIVING® invites you to book your 2014 Blue Angels Air-show Cruise with Angel Island Tiburon Ferry during Fleet Week 2014 taking place on FRIDAY, OCT. 9 AND Sunday, Oct. 13, 2014, from 2 pm – 4:30 pm out of Tiburon, CA.
It’s the Bay’s Big Weekend…and it’s time to play – California Living Style on Angel Island State Park. Take in the Blue Angels Air Show & Dine on fresh Hog Island Oysters and Lagunitas brews while taking in FREE live music at the Cantina Cove & Oyster Bar. Really – what more can you possibly ask for?
There is a certain “peace of mind” that comes with ‘being prepared” for disasters that comes with the knowledge that you have done all you can to protect you and your family. Trust me, it really does feel good to know you will have what you need to survive for at least 3 days on your own if you had to – so TRY IT and see for yourself! Check out the emergency supply list below…
CA Insider and California Living™ shine the “California Community Spotlight”™ on Captain Maggie McDonogh and the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry’s “On Board for Safety” Public Awareness Campaign world premiering on-air and on-demand February 2010!
Emergency Services Experts forecast that with CA 101 being the only main corridor in Marin County, in the event of a disaster it may become difficult to get medical supplies and food in and/or people out of the county in a timely fashion. Should circumstances necessitate- the Angel IslandTiburon Ferry can serve as a tremendous Emergency Services Resource with the ability to travel to and from San Francisco and other areas to transport medical supplies, food rations, and people to help manage the disaster.