Chase Center Ferry


Chase Center Logo
Chase Center Logo

San Francisco Bay Ferry is providing ferry service between Alameda/Oakland ferry terminals and Chase Center for all Golden State Warriors home games in the 2019-2020 season.

Parking

Parking for the Chase Center ferry from Alameda will be available at the Alameda ferry terminal (Main Street) and for riders of the Oakland to Chase Center ferry, parking will be available at the parking garage located at 101 Washington Street in Oakland. Overnight parking is prohibited at both terminals.

Schedule

The Chase Center Ferry schedule for the Golden State Warriors 2019-2020 season has not been released. It is expected to be released in early Fall. Once the schedule is released, we will update our guide accordingly.

Terminal

The Chase Center Ferry terminal will be located at Pier 48, 0.5 miles north of Chase Center off of Terry A. Francois Blvd. It is approximately an 11 minute walk from the terminal to Chase Center.

Chase Center Ferry Terminal Map
Chase Center Ferry Terminal Map

Tickets

Chase Center Ferry tickets for the Warriors 2019-2020 season will be available for purchase in the early Fall.

Chase Center Ferry tickets will cost the following for the 2019-2020 season:

Fare TypeOne-way Fare
Adults$9.60
Youth (5-18)
Seniors (65+)
Disabled
$7.20
Children (under 5)FREE

All Chase Center Ferry tickets will need to be purchased using the online, reservation-based system. You will not be able to purchase tickets using your Clipper Card or Hopthru mobile app.

Other Information

Currently, there are no plans to offer Chase Center ferry service from Vallejo, Richmond, South San Francisco or other San Francisco Bay Ferry terminals. This is primarily due to constraints on terminals and vessel availability. However, I’m guessing if the 2019-2020 pilot program from Alameda and Oakland to Chase Center is a success, the service will be expanded to other locations.

In the meantime, riders in Vallejo, Richmond and Harbor Bay can take a regularly scheduled evening ferry to the San Francisco Ferry Building and then walk, bike, take a taxi, Uber, Lyft or MUNI to Chase Center. You’ll just want to be sure you have alternate means to get home because there will be no ferry service back to these terminals after games.

Finally, there are currently no plans to offer a ferry service from Larkspur to Chase Center. However, there are discussion ongoing and that may very well change.

News & Updates

Public Hearing: Chase Center Ferry Service Fares

The Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) is holding a Public Hearing on proposed fares for Chase Center ferry service from Alameda and Oakland. The Public Hearing will be held at 1:30 PM on Thursday, July 11, 2019, at Port of San Francisco, Pier 1, San Francisco.