Port of San Francisco

Port of San Francisco


Born out of the California Gold Rush of 1849, the Port of San Francisco manages the 7½ miles of San Francisco Bay shoreline stretching from Hyde Street Pier in the north to India Basin in the south. The Port's responsibilities include promoting maritime commerce, navigation, and fisheries; preserving the environment; and providing public recreation.   

The Port hosts 60-80 cruise ship calls and 200,000 passengers annually. Itineraries include round trip cruises to Alaska and Mexico, as well as many repositioning calls in the spring and fall, which either begin or end in San Francisco.   


A world-renowned destination, San Francisco offers its visitors fabulous dining and shopping, panoramic views, charming neighborhoods, and a colorful history.





Parking Information

Priority Parking, City Park and Ace Parking offer convenient locations, secure and patroled in-door facilities, and competitive rates.


Priority Parking Logo Located at several convenient locations along the waterfront.
CityPark Logo Located at 80 Francisco Street


ACE Logo Serving two locations: 55 Francisco Street & The Anchorage Center




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