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Sausalito to SF via Ferry and Luggage and then to Courtyard

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Sausalito to SF via Ferry and Luggage and then to Courtyard

Can you take luggage (2 pieces for 2 people so 4 pieces total) on the ferry from Sausalito to San Fransisco? I looked on the website and only saw information about bikes.

Also, what is the best way to get from Fisherman's Wharf to Marriott Courtyard San Francisco Downtown,

299 Second Street with the luggage?

Thanks!

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1. Re: Sausalito to SF via Ferry and Luggage and then to Courtyard

Yes to the luggage - that's exactly what we did.

As for the journey - either taxi, or I would take the F Train from Fisherman's Wharf, will take you to the corner of Market and 2nd, then walk the rest of the way = $2 each.

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2. Re: Sausalito to SF via Ferry and Luggage and then to Courtyard

There are two ferries from Sausalito to SF. The Golden Gate ferry goes to the Ferry Building; the Blue & Gold goes to Fisherman's Wharf. The Ferry Building is a lot closer to your hotel than FW.

If you're luggage is heavy, be aware that the two blocks up Second to the Marriott are rather long. (South of Market blocks are quite a bit longer than those north.)

3. Re: Sausalito to SF via Ferry and Luggage and then to Courtyard

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