2015 San Francisco Holiday Events: Holiday Lights & Sights At The Wharf | View Parade With 60+ Boats Festooned In Lights & Decorations

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2015 San Francisco Holiday Lights & Sights Festival

Don’t miss this dazzling display of holiday cheer during the Holiday Lights & Sights on the Wharf decorated boat parade on Friday! There are multiple viewing places, giving you & your whole family plenty of chances to observe all the fun — & it’s free! More info below.

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2015 San Francisco Holiday Lights & Sights at the Wharf2015 Holiday Lights & Sights at the Wharf
December 11, 6-8PM | Free

Pier 39
More info: visitfishermanswharf.com

The Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefit District and the St. Francis Yacht Club will join once again to present the oldest and largest lighted holiday boat parade on San Francisco Bay! More than 60 boats, each festooned with lights and holiday decorations, will parade along the waterfront on December 11.

A holiday tradition since 1994, the parade includes members of the St. Francis Yacht Club, Fisherman’s Wharf Fishing Fleet, Golden Gate Yacht Club, PIER 39 Marina, and the Sea Scouts. The parade route will begin just off of PIER 39, proceeding west past Fisherman’s Wharf, Fort Mason and the St. Francis Yacht Club, and will turn around off of Crissy Field to return along the waterfront.

Spectators can enjoy wonderful views from Aquatic Park, PIER 39, the Marina Green, and Crissy Field. In addition to offering a fantastic vantage point, restaurants along the Wharf will be featuring traditional holiday menus.

The Fisherman’s Wharf Fishing Fleet will remain lit throughout the holiday season. The best viewing of this spectacular display can be found at the Sport Fishing Harbor along Jefferson Street between Jones and Taylor.

This event happens rain or shine but realistically if it’s poor weather and/or choppy conditions you will see less boats in the parade.

More info: visitfishermanswharf.com


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