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Due To Government Shut Down, Alcatraz Excursions Is Now Offering San Francisco’s Best Bay Cruise, Circiling Alcatraz Island

October 9, 2013 Destination North America No Comments Email Email

In response to the government shut down, Alcatraz Island is closed. However, Alcatraz Excursions is encouraging visitors to enjoy “The Rock” and its many sights, sounds and stories through their Guardians of the Gate San Francisco Bay cruise.

The fully-narrated, 90-minute cruise features spectacular views as it sails past the exhilarating waterfront, passes under the majestic Golden Gate Bridge* and showcases the historic “Guardians of the Gate.”

In order to get the best feel for “The Rock,” Alcatraz Excursions circles the former prison twice while a compelling narration tells stories of life on this notorious island. The up close views of Alcatraz are complemented by personal accounts from former inmates, guards and resident families who actually lived and worked on the island, fifty plus years ago.

In addition to this comprehensive and historical visual and audio tour, Alcatraz Excursions is offering passengers a complimentary souvenir boarding photo as a special memento.

Alcatraz Excursions Guardians of the Gate bay cruise features daily departures from Pier 33, Alcatraz Landing as follows: 10:00am; 11:00am; Noon; 1:00pm; 2:00pm; and 3:00pm. Prices are $30 per adult/junior (12-61); $28.25 for seniors (62+); and $18.25 for children (5-11).

For information and bookings, please visit www.alcatrazexcursions.com or call (415) 438-8365.

*Sails under the Golden Gate Bridge, weather permitting.

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