Hyde Street Pier Closed Mondays through Thursdays (July 24 - August 20)
For public safety, Hyde Street Pier will be closed mid-pier Mondays - Thursdays from July 24 - August 20 during replacement of Eureka's mooring piles. There is no access to the historic ships. The visitor center, Maritime Museum & Aquatic Park are open. More »
Maritime Classes at the Park
Contact: John Cunnane, 415-561-7123
Come down to San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park’s Hyde Street Pier for hands-on classes in sailing, traditional boatbuilding, and maritime crafts. Experienced instructors create a fun and interesting learning environment. Limited enrollment – sign up today by calling Lucas Lineback at (415) 561-6662. For prerequisites, tool lists, and more detailed class information, please visit www.maritime.org/cal-boat.htm.
On the Water
Pelican racing series: Tuesdays, April 17—May 24. 6pm-dark. Fee: $40
Small Boat Sailing: April 22, 23, 29, 30. Adults (18 and over) and Youth (12-18). Fee: $150
ChinaCampState Park Trip: Aug 25, 26.
In the Boat Shop
Small Craft Collection Tour: May 5, August 11, November 3. Fee: Free
Introduction to Bronze Casting: June 9, 10 (Limit to 12 people). Fee: $100
Oar, Paddle & Spar Making: June 30, July 1 and July 7, 8. Fee: $125
Maritime Sketchbook on Hyde Street Pier: Saturday, August 18, 9am-5pm. Fee: $95 Bring simple sketches to life with watercolor washes, and a maritime color palette. Tips and demonstrations on sketching the waterfront: depicting moving water and reflections, identifying boats and ships, and capturing the character of piers and pilings. All levels welcome. Accessible.
Diesel Engine Maintenance: Saturday, October 27 Fee: $100
These educational programs are presented in cooperation with the non-profit San Francisco Maritime National Park Association. For more information about the Association, please visit their homepage at http://www.maritime.org.
Did You Know?
The GRACE QUAN is a replica of the type of fishing vessel used throughout the Bay Area by Chinese shrimp fishing companies between 1860 and 1910. She was built by San Francisco Maritime and California State park staff and volunteers in 2003. More...