Join us for the blue angels air show aboard

on san francisco bay!

sv lintika

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Where better to watch the Blue Angels air show than from the water on the bay?

Join us for a full day adventure on our beautifully restored Passport 42 sailboat, LINTIKA. Included in your ticket is lunch, a mimosa bar, and a day full of breath taking views. Pick up and drop off is out of Sausalito.

A max of six passengers will be aboard each day to provide a personal experience. 

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When and where?

OCTOBER 7th,8th, and 9th 2022

 

9:30 am

  • Meet in Sausalito for pick up by dinghy and head out to Lintika on anchor in Richardson Bay. 

  • Welcome aboard by Brady & Blue with coffee and bagels.

  • Safety briefing.

 

10:30 am - 4:00 pm

  • Pick up anchor and head out into SF Bay.

  • Sail around the bay to watch the parade of boats and or air show (parade of boats is only on Oct. 7th).

  • Lunch and mimosa bar are included.

  • Enjoy iconic sights such as Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, San Francisco skyline, Alcatraz, Angel Island, and more.

 

5:00 pm-ish

  • Arrive back at anchor in Richardson Bay and guests dropped off in Sausalito by dinghy.

More Details...

  • To keep it personal, only six spots available per day.

  • Check out Fleetweeksf.org for more details on the air show.

Who is the crew?

Lintika will be captained by Cruisers Academy founders Brady Trautman and Alex Blue. These pirates in crime have spent over a decade living on sailboats and sailing around the world with over 100,000 combined nautical miles and many ocean crossings under their belt. 

Read more about them here.

What is fleet week?

The famous Fleet Week in San Fransisco Bay has been a tradition since 1981. The air show also includes performances by

The Blue Angels,  Viper Demo Team, Navy Parachute Team, and the Redbull helicopters, trick planes and wing suite divers!

 

The Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron was formed in 1946 by the US Navy and is now the second oldest formal aerobatic team in the world.

They perform some of the most technical and dangerous air maneuvers known to man.

 

Friday also kicks off with the iconic Parade of Ships underneath the

Golden Gate Bridge. 

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