1. Barquito, Your Floating Oasis on San Francisco Bay
  2. Barquito, Your Floating Oasis on San Francisco Bay
  3. Barquito, Your Floating Oasis on San Francisco Bay

Barquito, Your Floating Oasis on San Francisco Bay

1 review
1 booking

Rate is for 2 people. $40 addition for a third person. Great vacation rental! CHECK IN 4 - 8 pm CHECK OUT 12 noon NOTE: This is an overnight accommodation. If you want to charter the yacht for a cruise, a captain will be provided for an additional charge. Terms and Conditions will be sent via email Barquito was originally designed by marine architect William Hand and built in 1917 by Morton Johnson boatyard of cape May New Jersey . She was bought by the Vice president of sales for Johnson and Johnson and after the Great War he and the boat, named Good Luck, was shipped by train to Portland, Oregon and sailed down the coast to San Francisco. She had a lovely life for many years until her gradual decline and change of ownership found her berthed in San Rafael and cared for by captain Willis Schroeder. He had owned her for 30 years before passing away four and a half years of restoration has yielded a beauty that is every bit as good as new and then some. The hull has been cold molded and the interior completely remodeled. She has a queen bed and a sleeping sofa, full bath, galley, and a beautiful cockpit area where you can enjoy the marina life. You will be provided with a welcome beverage and a do it yourself breakfast: Coffee, OJ, bagels, and smoked salmon, eyc... Check-in info and other details will be sent with confirmation.

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
Capacity
3 guests
Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs
Inboard Propulsion

Owner:Scott

Barquito is the result of a loving five-year restoration of a beautiful 101+ year-old yacht. I want to share her with you and let you feel for yourselves what it was like to live in an era of superb craftsmanship and wooden boats. I have been restoring and building boats for decades and feel that Barquito is my crowning achievement. On the verge of sinking, I bought this craft and in five years of work, brought her back to a better than original state. come see for yourself. Scott

Reviews

1 reviews

5.0 out of 5!

  1. Charles

    Paula and I had an absolutely fantastic time on this piece of fine history as well with Scott and friends taking us out on the water to see the sights. I would highly recommend a stay on this wonderful ship to any and all. Best wishes to Captain Scott and may he sail on for many years to come. Chas

Features & Details

Length
44ft
Year
1917
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Inboard Engine
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Gas
  • Berth
  • Head

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

50% refund up to 7 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Rental rate is for overnight accommodation and breakfast only. If you want to go cruising on the Bay, the rate for our captained charter is $150 for the first hour and $100/hour thereafter. Cruising the Alameda Oakland estuary is usually 1-2 hours, Cruising the San Francisco waterfront usually takes 2.5-5 hours. Beverage and snack service is also available if you wish at an extra charge. Breakfast is included in the price of the rental. Please, please respect your neighbors in the marina and the community. No parties or other disturbing behavior will be permitted. No paper in the toilet, only what has passed through your body is allowed in the toilet. Paper and other sanitary products go in the waste can provided.

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