Hyde Street Pier - Balclutha Virtual Tour - Crown of Fisherman's Wharf

January 30, 2006; by Igor Polk, San Francisco Click

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- Sunny winter day in San Francisco. At the end of the Hyde Street there is a place which I think is the best part of San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf: Hyde Street Pier. The Pier is a part of the Maritime National Historical Park. There are plenty of old ships around: sailing ship Balclutha, scow schooner Alma, ferry Eureka, tug boats Hercules and Eppleton Hall. It is all surrounded by beautiful views of Golden Gate Bridge, the bay, San Francisco, Alcatraz.

 

 

 

 

Click on a picture below to start the tour from that location (use small images is for slow connections):

Maritime Park at Fisherman's WharfHyde Street goes down to the pier. Cable Cars are going along to their turntable at the end. Ghirardelli Square and the Aquatic Park are nearby.
Maritime Park - small image is for slow connections.

Sailing Ship Mast Jump right to the Balclutha a sailing ship built in 1886. There is plenty of pictures inside to feel yourself in those times.

Sailing Ship HoldBalclutha's hold.

Aquatic Park Here is the entry to the several pictures panorama of Aquatic Park located nearby.
Aquatic Park

Coit Tower and Bay Bridge From the top of the hill, Lombard crooked Street, there are views of the italian quarter of the city with the Coit Tower, Bay Bridge, Alcatraz, Yerba Buena and Treasure islands.


Find these pictures inside:

Alcatraz Cable Car Golden Gate Bridge and a Steering Wheel Tug Boat

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