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Mercedes C.
Report | 4 months ago
Bring warm clothes it gets cold.
Steven W.
Report | 7 months ago
Do it!
Cat S.
Report | 2 years ago
It was so much fun!!!! Everyone was friendly!! We will be going again!!
Lizette V.
Report | 2 years ago
It was well worth it and fun!
Dale Mas D.
Report | 2 years ago
need cheaper drinks..other than that fun experiance
Robert R.
Report | 2 years ago
Lovely time was had

From Our Editors

The paddle wheels of The Sternwheelers' two signature boats churn through the blue-green waters of Mission Bay, transporting passengers back more than a century to when steamboats dominated America's rivers. Across the 100-foot-long William D. Evans, festive events with up to 600 passengers unfold under ornamental pressed-tin ceilings, handcrafted lamps, and the astronaut-crafted stars viewable on the open-air top deck. Handmade masts at the bow lead the ship's way, and its hundreds of decorative bulbs illuminate the bay at night. Bahia Belle, William D. Evans' smaller sibling, offers a more intimate space for gatherings. Its Victorian decor and architecture make way for a stained-glass skylight that beams vivid colors across its interior, resplendent with cast-iron staircases and red-velvet curtains. Weddings, banquets, and other events also take place on the boats between public cruises, each craft's rich detailing setting the tone for trips to remember.

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