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Wed, May 22



Full Moon Kayaking and Local Seafood Dinner

Come experience the colorful hues of sunset and the rising moon lighting up the San Francisco Bay. Enjoy a local seafood dinner and then paddle with knowledgeable guides under the full moon.

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Full Moon Kayaking and Local Seafood Dinner
Full Moon Kayaking and Local Seafood Dinner

Time & Location

May 22, 2024, 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Sausalito, Bay Model Visitor Center, 2100 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965, USA


About the event

There is nothing quite like witnessing a full moon rising over Angel Island and flushing Richardson Bay with hues of orange and purple. This event will be deeply immersive, as we'll be eating local seafood prior to paddling. Between chef and author Maria Finn - who lives on the Sausalito waterfront, and highly knowledgable guides from Sea Trek, you'll be introduced into an entirely new way of experiencing the waterfront and beauty and bounty that's available here. 

6:00 Starters and Dinner 

Starters of crostinis of local San Francisco anchovies preserved in lemon and salt and served with Ramani Burrata from West Marin and squash blossoms. 

Local cheeses and charcuterie

Salad: Star Route Farms little gems with shaved fennel, golden beets, crispy nori seaweed in a kombu seaweed and mulberry dressing.

Main: Fishermen's Stew with local rockfish, mussels and clams. 

Portside Sourdough Bread (from the Sausalito waterfront!) and housemade seaweed butter

Finish with dessert grazing platter with fresh fruit. 

(Note: mocktails and sparkling water will be provided. We ask that people not drink alcohol before kayaking. 

Kayaking 7:15-9:30

We'll depart near the Matthew Turner Tall Ship and travel the Sausalito waterfront, learning about the history of the area - both natural and unnatural. Tour the houseboats by sea and then with the moon high over Angel Island, we’ll bring our boats together and enjoy the sparkling San Francisco skyline, and the silvery moonlight in the wake of our kayaks.

No kayaking experience necessary! 

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